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  1. Hello! I am looking for a DIY:Pressed Flower Frames article from your archives. Can you help me find it? Thank you for your time and consideration.

  2. Moonbeams & Fairy Tales & Wind Chimes article in 4/3/20 issue of Mud & Magnolias magazine featuring pottery of Batina Elliott who has Little Wing pottery. There was no information about the location of her business.

    Where does she live & can you provide her business contact information?

  3. I would like to suggest a place that I think would make a great story for your magazine. It is Oak Ridge Country Store in Pontotoc, County. The owner is Sadie Kenney. It is not actually a store that sells merchandise but a museum that will take you back in time. I have several photos of this place that I love! I would be glad to email them to you so that you can see how grand this place is.

  4. Do you have previous copies of a magazine to purchase? I would like to purchase an August 2018 back to school issue.
    Thank you for your help.
    Sandra Pannell

    1. Hi, Sandra! We would love to give you a few copies of our August 2018 edition. We provide our publication to the community for free, so no payment needed.

      Please email, one of our Multimedia Editors, for more information.

    1. Hey there, Jennifer. Yes, our August issue is out now! To find a copy near you, please go to the “magazine” banner, navigate to “find a copy,” and select a town near you to find a local distributer.

  5. Hi!
    I would like to make your featured 2 tone mistletoe rings, but cannot find the how-to video on your website.
    I always look forward to receiving this magazine. It is beautifully done and always has such great recipes and articles. Well done!

    Thank you,
    Joy Kilburn

    1. Hi Joy,

      We’re so glad you enjoy the magazine, and we’re thrilled that you’ll be making the wreath! Here’s a link to our YouTube video with the instructions:
      Once you’ve wrapped both embroidery hoops in the crochet thread, place the smaller hoop inside the larger one, and scoot it down so they’re touching. Use the thread to wrap and tie them together where they touch. You may want to wrap them together over about an inch or two, just so they’re really secure. Then, grab your mistletoe foliage, and cut stems off the main branch (this way, you can arrange them however you’d like). Heat up your hot glue gun, and start gluing them down over the tied portion of the two hoops. Keep going until you’re satisfied with it!
      Happy crafting!

  6. Hi!
    I would like to get a custom painting of a baby’s heartbeat for my friend who is expecting. She is having a girl and I saw that Mitchell can do custom orders. How should I proceed with this request?

    Thank you so much,

    1. Hey there!
      We published the Heartbeats & Hope story back in the beginning part of 2019, so we’re not sure what Devin Mitchell is up to these days. But the best place to start would probably be calling The Farmhouse (662)-269-2934, or reaching out to The Alley Cat Gallery (662)-601-7329, to see if they can get you in touch with her. Hope this helps!

  7. I was excited to make the Nutty Tahini Cookies for Cookies for Caregivers. Ingredients a bit pricey but they looked/sounded great. In the feature, I think a step was left out to flatten the balls before baking. Since mine did not flatten like pictured, I baked 1-2 min. longer and the bottoms burned. Not shareable for caregivers:(
    I do enjoy the magazine, but wanted to share my feedback.

    1. Hey Melinda,

      We’re so happy to hear that you tried out the recipe, but we’re so sorry they got a little too done! You’re correct, they are indeed supposed to be flattened before cooking. Thank you for reaching out, so we can amend the recipe online. We hope you give them another shot sometime, along with some of our other recipes. Thank you again!

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