Friday 28 February 2014

One More Week

Although we can't divulge details as to our 
contribution and partnership towards 'Project Bloom', 
we know the guests, speakers and committee members
are going to love the details 
that '...and then again' is bringing.

 - Image credit: Adrian MacNair at the South Delta Leader

There are still tickets available until Monday for 
It is being held on March 7th, 2014 at 
Harris Barn in Ladner, BC.
100% of ticket proceeds go to the Delta Hospital Foundation.
Open to all women!
You don't want to miss this!!

-Amanda & Liz


Sunday 23 February 2014

Project Bloom 2014

We are so looking forward to Project Bloom 2014.
This will be our first time attending as well as 
being a partner of this great event. 
We have been working hard creating 
a beautiful item in support, and are looking forward to meeting other local business women.
If you live in the South Delta area of BC, 
be sure to get a ticket as you do not want to miss this one! Details below!

In support of International Women's Day, Project Bloom is back for its 6th Annual event on 
Friday, March 7, 2014 from 11am-3pm. 
Project Bloom focuses on the dedication and 
talent of women in our communities 
and inspires them to be remarkable and successful.

This year’s event will be held at the Harris Barn 
and features Keri Adams, award winning journalist from CTV and speakers Monique Prudhomme, an Oscar nominated costume designer, 
and Ali Milner, a distinguished singer/songwriter. 

As usual Kathie Madden and Chrissie Bowker will 
host the women only event, 
embracing the exchange of women's strength's 
and 100% of the ticket sales will go 
directly to the Delta Hospital Foundation Women’s Fund.

To purchase tickets to this year's event, follow the link below. Tickets are $125pp or $875 per table of 8.

Hope to see you there! 
- Amanda & Liz

Thursday 13 February 2014

Vintage Love

Re-envisioning the graceful vintage objects 
that we find doesn't always mean 
that we alter their appearance.

We often use items in different ways
than originally designed. 
They are still purposeful, 
but visible regularly for all to enjoy.

The removable handle from the lid 
of a vintage silver chafing dish 
makes a stunning paperweight.

An antique cut crystal and sterling silver salt cellar, 
with tiny spoon, become a pretty way 
to keep beads and crystals sorted and contained.

This antique coaster of cut glass and 
sterling silver makes a beautiful catch-all.

At "...and then again" we have a passion 
for giving captivating vintage pieces a new vitality, 
while honouring their legacy. 
And we love connecting these delightful items 
with people who share this appreciation.

-Amanda and Liz