2015 was a very busy year! I created over 100 wreaths, had a successful craft show, sold several wreaths out of my Etsy store, and taught a wreath class (my first)!
To everyone that purchased a wreath(s) this year, thank you. My heart is overcome with such gratitude for your support of Twentycoats and helping me build a legacy for my daughter and grandsons.
Since 2014, Twentycoats wreath sales have provided a scholarship award at Salado High School in honor of Fischer, Benjamin and Hayes while also building an endowment at Methodist Children’s Home in Waco, Texas for Elizabeth.
I have sent wreaths to each coast and in every time zone. From Pennsylvania to Washington, California, Nevada, Arizona, Virginia, Indiana, Oklahoma and such continued great support from the Lone Star State!
I have had several repeat and amazing customers. A few of my customers have purchased 6 or more wreaths this year! Some paid more than the sales price to help build the scholarship funds. Some have supported this effort by sending donations directly to Methodist Children’s and the Salado education foundation. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
So what’s the plan for 2016? Retirement from my “day job” comes in 2016 which means I will have more time to create more inventory, more craft shows, more wreath inventory for my Etsy store and looking forward to teaching more wreath making classes!
To those that purchased a Twentycoats Wreath, I prayed over your wreath and asked for God’s blessing on your home. You are an integral part of my daughter and grandsons legacy and for that I am extremely thankful.
In closing, let me say I am thankful for God’s amazing grace throughout this journey and to Him all glory and honor in blessing this endeavor. He has sustained me and provided me energy to work late into the night finishing wreath orders.
Here is Twentycoats Wreath Creations 2015 in review! Music: Glorious Unfolding by Steven Curtis Chapman and All is Well by Michael W Smith. These two songs have held significant meaning in 2015. I claim his promises that there is more to this story. Isaiah 61:1-3 tells of the beauty from the ashes. My wreath creations I hope are testimony to this promise.