By Kevin Williams
This is one of our occasional perusals through the aisles of Etsy (the world's largest online craft marketplace) to discover and comment on anything and everything Amish. Some interesting stuff this week:
MINIATURE BUGGY: An Ohio craftsman makes miniature buggies using materials like metal, fabric, and wood. And not only does he make miniature buggies, he customizes them by community. For instance,you can collect a "yellow buggy" which are found only in the "Big Valley" of Pennsylvania. (That's on my "bucket list", riding someday in yellow buggy, which some refer to as a "banana buggy."). Anyway, someday when I have $35 to spend, I might have to get one of these. Click to see.
PEANUT BUTTER CREAM PIE: This pie looks amazing and I'm just intrigued by her concept of having people purchase a single recipe for $1.59. Does anyone actually do that? Maybe. Click here for instructions on how to download, and have your $1.59 ready
BUGGY SIGNS: Okay, it would be kind of cool to have an orange slow-moving buggy emblem on my office wall. Not sure what the appeal of the "bullet holes" in these are, but the seller seems to think it is a selling point. Click here to see.
AMISH BROWNIES: I had a recipe posted yesterday for Amish brownies, but if you don't want to make any yourself, you can purchase some for $18.50. I have to admit, these do look good......Click here to see.
HUTTERITE HISTORY BOOK: Wow for $5 this is probably worth snagging for anyone interested in a historical view of the Hutterites....take a look at this gem.