100% Wool Winter Structured Cloche Bucket Floppy Church Big Ribbon Hat Black Gry

100% Wool Winter Structured Cloche Bucket Floppy Church Big Ribbon Hat Black Gry

  • 1. New 100% Soft Wool Winter Classic Structured Cloche Bucket Short Floppy Stitch Big Large Ribbon Bow with Stitch Hatband Cap Hat. Elegant silhouette. Great quality.
  • 2. Great for chilly weather or a glamorous affair. Great for vacations, outdoor activities or just everyday wear. Great sun hat, to keep your face away from the harmful rays. The brim is the perfect size that is not too overwhelming but can keep a little mystery.
  • 3. The cloche hat is a fitted, bell-shaped hat that was popular during the 1920s. (Cloche is the French word for bell) Cloche hats are an essential adornment to compliment any woman’s outfit from the simplest to the sleekest.
  • 4. It doesn’t matter where you’re headed; a cloche hat is an item that must be in every woman’s closet – spring, summer, winter or fall.

Fabrication: 100% Wool
STYLE # bucket_bbu073grybk
SIZE: ONE SIZE: Medium (57cm, 22 3/8, 7 – 1/8)
Height: 4-5/8″ from headband
Brim: 3-3/8″
Color: Black with Gray (as shown)

List Price: $ 47.19

Price: $ 47.19

Legacy of Faith Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, Winter Church, 20-Count (HBX2124)

Legacy of Faith Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, Winter Church, 20-Count (HBX2124)

  • Legacy of Faith Winter Church Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, 5 x 7 inches, 20 cards with matching envelopes
  • Beautifully printed in full color inside and out on high quality card stock; features the vibrant artwork of Bonnie Heppe Fisher
  • Matching envelopes are fully designed and printed in full color; cards are presented in an attractive, colorful gift-quality box
  • Scripture reads: The Virgin will be with child, and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel … Matthew 1:23 NIV
  • Legacy and Legacy of Faith invite you to explore their fresh collections of coordinating calendars, to-do-lists, notebooks, address books, note cards, boxed Christmas cards, recipe boxes and more, available on Amazon

Is it the beautiful artwork, the high quality card stock, the full color matching envelopes, or the fact that they come in a gorgeous box that makes these cards so special? Nobody knows for sure, but Legacy has combined all the ingredients and come up with the perfect recipe for sending warm and thoughtful Christmas wishes to friends and family. Legacy holiday cards are beautifully printed inside and out featuring the inspired artwork of some of America’s most beloved artists; the colorful matching envelopes feature artwork that coordinates with the card’s main image. Each box contains 20 cards and 20 envelopes and, with themes that range from traditional and folk art and whimsical to nature and rural landscapes and Scripture, you’re sure to discover the perfect cards to express your unique holiday wishes. Legacy and Legacy of Faith are pleased to present their fresh collections of coordinating calendars, to-do-lists, notebooks, address books, recipe boxes, prayer journals and more, available on Amazon. ABOUT THE ARTIST: “Watercolor has been my favorite medium since high school, when I used to drive out to farms and paint in the car on weekends. I try to express my appreciation for God’s creations and love for the world in my work. Bonnie has been a freelance illustrator and watercolor artist for over twenty-five years. She graduated from the Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, majoring in Illustration and minoring in Fine Art. While studying to earn her B.F.A., she learned traditional watercolor techniques from Ranulph Bye, which she still uses today. Bonnie has exhibited in a number of galleries, has had several art shows, and won prizes for her watercolors. She finds great happiness in her home, and is able to do some of her most creative painting while also indulging in her favorite hobbies of bird watching, gardening and caring for her many pets. She attributes her unique insight to an awareness of the beauty of the world God has created around us.

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 15.20

Luke Parkin releases the Winter Journal Album On Pacific Music

(PRWEB) December 22, 2005

Winter Journal, released on the Pacific Music Record Label, is the 68th opus number in the pianist’s large recording catalog.

The album’s 14 tracks uses references to Gregorian Chant and church modes as well as winter vistas and programs as inspiration. Comprised of 14 tracks and an hour of music, this latest addition is a distinctly different offering from the composer’s previous works which highlight, Contemporary Classical and electronic music.

The album can be bought at the artist’s website and on the official website of Pacific Music.

Luke Parkin is a prolific composer and recording artist who is based in Victoria, British Columbia Canada. He studied classical music from childhood where he excelled in keyboard music of the piano and also the organ. His tremendous aptitude for improvisation of classical forms and composition later manifested itself in electronic and production music for television and film. His collection of albums includes some 68 opus numbers that are inclusive of genres ranging from electronica to contemporary classical music. Luke lives a musical double life. His professional activities are divided between classical, contemporary, church and the commercial worlds of music. He is also the Senior Organ Scholar at Christ Church Cathedral, Anglican, Victoria, B.C., under Director of Music Michael Gormley, formerly a conductor of the Vienna Choir Boys.

Luke Parkin’s catalog contains some 18 hours of audio that can be previewed in streaming formats on his URL. Domestic and International licensing deals are currently underway with licensing agents in Canada and the U.S. Parkin hopes to launch a tour to support the Winter Journal and other albums in late 2006. Luke Parkin is also associated with MOH productions Canada

The artist and his manager Christopher Armstrong, of Vancouver recently teamed up with Pacific Music with the intention of issuing parts of the recording catalog separately on CD.

Pacific Music is a wholesaler supplying Bookstores, Drugstores, Toy Stores, Record Stores and Specialty Markets with a wide spectrum of music, videos and DVDs.

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Willamette Writers Winter 2005 Meetings Feature Authors Jennie Shortridge, Irene Radford, Mike Moscow, Mary Rosenblum, and Marc Acito

(PRWEB) December 17, 2004

Willamette Writers winter 2005 speaker series begins with Jennie Shortridge (Riding With the Queen) speaking about building a publishing career on Tuesday, January 4th at The Old Church, SW 11th and Clay, Portland, Oregon. Doors open at 6:30 PM. The meeting lasts from 7-8 pm.

Shortridge quit freelancing to focus on writing fiction and now has book number two under contract with Penguin to be released in September 2005 (Eating Heaven), and a TV/film option on Riding With the Queen. Book number three, about a freelance food writer with major food issues, is under way.

In addition to her writing, Shortridge has been a working musician on and off since she was sixteen. In the mid-1980’s, while working day jobs, her band, The Untouchables, played nearly every week. Shortridge used her experiences of a hard life on the road to create the character of Tallie in Riding With The Queen.

For more information about Jennie’s writing and schedule of events, visit www.jennieshortridge.com

On February 1st, Willamette Writers speaker series continues with a panel of Irene Radford, Mike Moscoe and Mary Rosenblum speaking about science fiction and fantasy. On March 1st, Marc Acito speaks about writing humor.

Willamette Writers chapter in Eugene holds meetings the first Thursday of the month. Cai Emmons speaks about Honoring Obsession on January 6th. Dan Gomez speaks about The Realities of Crafting and Selling a Marketable Script on Saturday, January 8th in Medford. Details about these meetings are available on the WW web site.

Willamette Writers’ goal is to provide and encourage a creative environment and support system for current and aspiring writers. Since its beginning in 1965, Willamette Writers has provided meeting places for the exchange of ideas and information and has initiated programs designed to help writers increase skills related to the craft of writing. Both published and aspiring writers are invited to join. Dues are a year.