Monday, June 29, 2009

Oh Horsefeathers!

Well, it has been three weeks since I came home and am still not caught up! Small wonder with the sweet little goodies I found hither and yon. There was so much to see and too little time. One absolutely wonderful side trip I got to make was with Susie and Patty to the town of Sandwich on the Cape. It was really neat for personal reasons: my first American ancestors had began their adventure there in Sandwich circa 1650. How beautiful it is!

Joyce had recommended that we go to a shop that happened to be located there and I had seen in magazines. Oh my, it was absolute confection. A quaint and lovely beyond measure little shop called Horsefeathers. When we initially got there, the shop was closed but we got to ooh and aah at the sweet garden. You just knew from the garden that there were treasures to be had in that shop. Patty had hopped out and peeked in the window to confirm our suspicions. Needless to say, it was like sugar to a sweet tooth...we had to go back...absolutely had to go back. Luck was with us because about an hour later, it was open! It was well worth the wait. More about that in another post where I will have another picture.

So...I have been working on one of my little confections purchased there. The large mother of pearl button is from Horsefeathers. I painted some little roses and then sealed it against the test of time. You are among the first to see it and I would love to honestly know what you think!


  1. The brooch is so beautiful, a very talented pink lady. Isn't it wonderful to find treasures on a shopping outing, thank you for sharing

  2. Kim

    Everything that you create is over the top beautiful. I just love the newest piece of jewelry.


  3. Kim,
    Love the name Horsefeathers! I’m so happy for you, that you were able to do some shopping there.
    The new pieces are stunning!!!
    ;0) Helene

  4. Hi Kim,, I loved Horsefeathers too, and I am so glad I was able to go with you! I absolutely love, love, love the new pieces. Stunning. You are so talented. I sure miss you! I will sit down and send you a nice long email soon :)
    Love, gail

  5. Kim, Great name! I glad your trip was so successful. I hope to meet you at the next one.
    Hugs, Tedi

  6. Kim what a beautiful piece. I love it! What a fun name horsefeathers. Too cute!
    Have a great week.
    bunny hugs,