The Pip Berry Tree

The Pip Berry Tree


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

It may still be snowing where some of us live, but spring is right around the corner. (I hope ) :) Spring is a time of rebirth...where old is new again. Spring is daffodils and crocuses popping their pretty, delicate faces up and out of the ground. It's when trees start to bloom and give us the gifts of shade, fresh air, and beauty. When we start to see the squirrels, birds, and rabbit wake from their long winter naps. It's also a time where we as people trade our winter coats and boots for much more appealing jackets and sneakers. When we spend more time out doors because the days are longer and warmer. It's when we all seem to have a little more "spring" in our step. Spring is welcoming and wonderful time of year!

Here at the Pip Berry Tree we are shaking the snow off our boots and gearing up to get the creative juices flowing. In the next few weeks we will add two new Levijane dolls, three batches of all natural soaps, Three new whimsical birdhouses that light up, and of course a couple of new hand painted slates.

We hope you like our new items. Tell a friend! And of course please come back to visit us often.

Thing Spring!!!!
From Dawn at the Pip Berry Tree


  1. Spring will be here soon. I clean the snow off the grill and cooked outside tonight, it was great. I'm also an Army mom of two! I will keep your kids in my prayers.

  2. Hello Rose. I love your baskets, and posted your blog as one that I follow. Well. I hope your right about spring. AS of right now it's been snowing since yesterday and another foot or more is on the horizon. (sigh...)

    It's nice to hear that you are an Army mom too. I'm sure you are just as proud of your kids as I am mine. My oldest son returned from a deployment from Iraq in Sept. and then my second oldest son was deployed to Iraq (They don't sent siblings at the big of them.
    As I'm sure you know, everyday is a struggle not to get too worked up about having a child off to war, but I do my best to keep a level head. Any tips or advice sure would be greatly appreciated!