Archive for the ‘Lori Rudolph’ Category

Are you checking?

October 9, 2010 - 10:57 pm No Comments

I told you a few days ago that we were busy listing lots of items, and we still are.  If you don’t check in often, you just might miss out on a wonderful deal!  Do you love Halloween?  Then show everyone by wearing  Halloween Jewelry.  Choose vintage style by John Wind, or add some fun to your wardrobe with something from Art by Amy.  These items are priced below retail, and most items are limited or “one of a kind”, so don’t wait too long!

Remember to look at Halloween Decorations too.  In addition to my Feather Trees, which you special order, you will find garlands and items from artists Johanna Parker and Lori Rudolph.  I also have two adorable Halloween Snow Childrenfrom Elaine Roesle that haven’t been listed yet.  Make your choices quickly so you will have them before Halloween!

Still working on Halloween!

October 7, 2010 - 12:49 pm No Comments

I can’t believe how much Halloween jewelry I have accumulated!  In addition  to John Wind, which we still have more to add, I have some items of my own design!  Some of my jewelry incorporates framed pieces from Art by Amy, while others are a mix of beads and other pieces I have picked up here and there.  Once everything is listed, I have no doubt that there will be “something for everyone”– from simple to BOLD, and everything in between.  Please check back often as it will take us a few days to get it all listed.  Also, since most of these items are either the last available or one of a kind, once they are gone, they’re gone!! 

If jewelry is not your thing, I have Halloween Decorations for your Halloween Feather Tree.  Most of those items are already listed and ready to go, but I do have a few more to share with you.

Halloween Goodies … as seen in Celebrate365

October 28, 2009 - 9:00 pm No Comments
24" Halloween Feather Tree

24" Halloween Feather Tree

Willow Springs Family Farm is pleased to be represented in the Halloween issue of Celebrate365. That’s our hand made German style feather tree on the page that introduces Halloween folk art. Of course, the fact that Connie Porcher, the publisher, is my sister doesn’t hurt!

You can purchase a single copy of Celebrate365′s Halloween issue by clicking here!


Being raised on a farm makes me want to support others who were raised with “country” values.  Mom & Dad, both children of the Great Depression, raised us to work hard and appreciate home-made things.  That’s one of the reasons that on the Willow Springs web site, I hope to carry things that aren’t from “big business”.  Hey, it’s tough to make a living these days!  My husband and I operate four FedEx Home Delivery routes in the Dayton, Ohio area.  We know hard work!

Folk Artist Lori Rudolph is one of those fellow “hard workers!”  She produces a fabulous line of vintage-style die cut ornaments that are perfect for my feather trees.  We proudly offer these hand-made ornaments in the Willow Springs store.




Here are some of Retro Rudolph’s Halloween ornaments that we carry.  And, remember – it’s never too late or too early to decorate for Halloween!