Our Maine Street's Aroostook Issue 5 : Summer 2010 - Page 57

create to perfect solution to whatever your floral needs are. We also have the ever popular Candy Bouquet, a tasty and creative gift idea for hard to buy for people. They come in sugar-free or regular, and can pretty much be made up to particular likes and dislikes. We have done one for a customer that was all red Tootsie Roll Pops, and we did a custom one for Valentine’s Day for a local farmer in a potato basket full of his favorite chocolate bars! Anything we can incorporate into a basket to individualize and personalize a Candy Bouquet can be done, for any occasion. We have a balloon center and offer mylar and latex balloons filled with helium. If you need one or a balloon bouquet, we can make it happen! We are also a consignment shop and accept good quality items from people who are looking to “downsize” as well. We do not accept clothing, unless it is vintage or antique. We have two parts to the consignment section of the shop. We offer vintage and antique items, and we offer locally made items. I am totally amazed at the talent and quality of items made by people right here in our area! Some of the items we offer are: handcrafted furniture by Ted Blanchard and Noah Yoder, jams and jellies by The Millers, jewelry by Phyllis Ayoob and Jennifer Warne, quilted items by Debbie Bird, primitive samplers, sachets and red twig baskets made by Hannah Gartley and her family of talented craftsmen, handmade cards by Susan Pelletier, photography by Cheryl Poitras, painted rocks and items by Bernadette Christiansen, knitted hats by Susan Engl