Thursday, December 6, 2007

Introducing The Patchwork Heart, Co


Hello lovely blogging friends. Todays post is a special one as I want to introduce to you a special friend of mine from America. Dear Heather has a lovely website called The Patchwork Heart and you can read her very eloquent and thoughtful blog here too. I first met Heather when she approached me to design her website. We got along famously and have kept in touch over the past year to check how the other was doing. So Heather had a great idea that we do a mutual blog entry on each others blogs to introduce the other to our blogging circles. What a great idea that was. So here it is.

Heather is a wonderful mother of 4 amazing children ages 18, 12, 9 and 6 & creates and designs gorgeous kits to make with the Mother and Daughter in mind. She focuses a lot on daughters and building Godly character and the relationship built between mother and daughter through pursuing worth while goals together. Heather home schools her 3 youngest children and has so for the past 6 years so that is also something that we have in common. As I step into that area next year with my little ones it is so great to know that I will have a friend to talk to and get much needed advice I am sure. Heather is not new to business either and in fact has had her little business for the past 11 years. How she balances her business and her family is another thing I hope to learn from my dear friend. Heather has been happily married to David for 13 years and David also has an online business which he has operated for 7 years now.

Here is a sneak peek at a new product she has created called Soul Seeds. In Heather's delightful words ‘Tucked inside this special seed packet are words of encouragement to affirm your daughter as she walks down the garden path of life. These special cards can be tucked in a letter, left on a pillow, or slid inside a book, to be found later. Plant lovingly in the garden of your daughter’s heart to remind her of your love for her and the quality of her character. Character doesn’t just happen, we need to be seed sowers.’
Heather writes with eloquence and wisdom and I find such pleasure in reading her blog as she muses about life and love. Her faith is strong and her message is clear. I encourage you to visit Heathers delightful website today for a treat. Let her know you stopped by and enjoy your visit with her. Here are some other lovely products Heather offers through her site http://www.thepatchworkheart.com/

Lavender Lovliness


Gingerbread Apron


Prayer Pocket

4 comments:

Mandii said...

Hi Ali, what a lovely person heather is. I shall pop by and say hi!! keep beautiful!! Mandii

Musing of a Patched Heart said...

Oh Ali, the interview is wonderful! Thank you so much! I hope my interview does you well too my dear. I want to encourage you in your talent, the Lord has wonderful plans for you darlin' keep looking heavenward for all things, Your friend, Heather

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Thank you for introducing me to Heather. She seems lovely.

Gail McCormack said...

What a lovely introduction to Heather, thanks Ali, will go and visit her blog and website soon