Decorating with Fresh Holiday Garland

November 04, 2020  •  3 min read

It’s the time of year to deck your halls with beautiful holiday greenery! Fresh evergreen garland is elegant, versatile, and easy to use. It is an easy way to transform your space and create serious holiday magic! With garland, there are endless ways to incorporate it into holiday decor, both indoors and out.

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History of the Lynch Creek Farm Name

October 20, 2020  •  3 min read

There is usually a story behind every business name, and ours is no different. The history behind the Lynch Creek Farm name is certainly special to me and my family. My name is Andy Hunter, owner of Lynch Creek Farm along with my wife Tracey Hunter. It all started when my folks bought 10 acres of land in 1974 on Lynch Road the year I was born! They built a house right away and soon after started growing vegetables on the land, initially to feed the family but soon it seemed we were feeding a small village. 

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It’s Time to Decorate for Fall!

October 16, 2020  •  2 min read

Fall is here in all its glowing glory! As we welcome the cooler weather, it’s time to exchange the bright colors of summer for warmer, cozier tones. It’s been a long summer for many, and we could all use a touch of beauty to brighten our homes and warm our hearts.

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Collaborating with Heather Olinde of Beauty for Ashes Blog

June 11, 2020  •  2 min read

Heather Olinde calls herself a small town girl from South Louisiana, but she has big ideas when it comes to home decorating, DIY projects, and refurbishing old furniture! Heather loves being a wife and a mom to her three active boys, her faith in Jesus, coffee, and finding fun items for her online shop, The Vintage Hive.

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Lynch Creek Farm’s Fundraising Program Highlights Mary Bridge Brigade: Champions for Children’s Health

June 18, 2020  •  3 min read

As a community-focused business, giving back through our Fundraising Program is deeply important to us. One of the Fundraising groups near and dear to our hearts is Mary Bridge Brigade. This non-profit organization consists of volunteers whose sole purpose is to support Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. Located just south of Seattle in Tacoma, Washington, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital provides critical care for children throughout Western Washington and across the Pacific Northwest. 

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Decorating with Mary McCachern of Home is Where the Boat Is Blog

June 11, 2020  •  2 min read

After spending twenty years in retail, Mary McCachern is now soaking up the blissfully slower pace of North Carolina lake life with her husband and two sweet dogs, Chloe and Gracie. When she’s not reading or cruising the lake with her pups, Mary enjoys all things flowers and gardening, DIY projects, baking, and transforming her domestic spaces and kitchen creations into something truly breathtaking.

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Collaborating with Claire Berard of Rustic Pig Designs

June 11, 2020  •  2 min read

Claire Berard is an unabashed antique shopper from Texas who posts gorgeous and creative DIY projects on her beautiful Instagram page Rustic Pig Designs. With a propensity for buying, painting, and selling furniture, she has been transforming her sweet yellow farmhouse “one DIY project at a time”. Her Instagram page reveals a flair for elegant but down-to-earth Southern living and her self-proclaimed “fixer-upper style”.

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Creating Magic with Jessica Matos of I Dream of Homemaking

June 03, 2020  •  2 min read  •  8 comments

Jessica Matos is a wife and mama of seven with a passion for DIY decorating and modern farmhouse style. Her home is a dreamy mix of festive but peaceful, and elegant yet welcoming. Her magazine-worthy photos reveal her creative, celebratory flare centered around family, holidays, and beauty. Jessica shares this gorgeous style on her Instagram page I Dream of Homemaking

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Farm Newsletter - Spring 2020

June 04, 2020  •  3 min read  •  78 comments

It’s been a beautiful spring with so much to do here at Lynch Creek Farm. Since it’s been awhile since I’ve written a newsletter, I thought it would be nice to share what we’ve been up to. First, however, I want to let you all know that I’ve been thinking a great deal about our customers and everyone touched by COVID-19. This has been such a challenging time and my heart goes out to everyone who has been impacted by the pandemic.

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Holiday Decorating with Cait Pappas of Nest Out West

May 31, 2020  •  2 min read

When Cait Pappas and her husband Jason bought their first house, they knew it needed a lot of TLC to make it feel lived in, loved, and like their own. They began remodeling and redecorating, and that process led to the creation of their interior styling and photography company, Nest Out West. They now help others “turn their blank white boxes of homes into family dwellings that are not only functional, but also stylish, warm, and full of character.” 

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Get Inspired with Deborah Bitton of Hip & Humble Style

May 21, 2020  •  2 min read

Deborah’s vibrant blog Hip & Humble Style is loaded with interior design projects, seasonal crafts, fun finds, and inspired decorating ideas accompanied by step-by-step instructions and beautiful photos. She also offers E-Design, a virtual design option that gives clients the opportunity to create a custom space that meets their individual style, space, and budget. We love Deborah’s style and were thrilled that she chose our fresh Blended Bay evergreen wreath last season to use in her holiday and Christmas decor! 

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Collaborating with Blogger Catherina Gailey of Sage Hill Cottage

December 12, 2019  •  2 min read

Catherina’s Gailey spent her childhood in a small picturesque Danish town “surrounded by castles, great mansion houses, and old farms”. She now lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of the United States but loves to integrate that old world Demark charm into her cottage farmhouse style. Catherina (aka Cat) is an interior designer and shares her love of design and decorating in her charming blog “Sage Hill Cottage”. 

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Collaborating with Pam Richardson of Everyday Living Blog

December 09, 2019  •  2 min read

Pam Richardson is a creative, semi-retired interior decorator from the Appalachian Foothills of NE Alabama who enjoys home projects and preparing Southern cuisine with “a little foodie flair!” She loves entertaining guests and setting welcoming tables that invite conversation and community. Pam also spends her time traveling with her husband Butch, gardening, antiquing, reading, playing music at church, and especially being a grandma to their sweet granddaughter. Pam shares her passion for life, food, faith, and decorating on her blog Everyday Living.

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How We Make Our Fresh Evergreen Wreaths

November 07, 2019  •  4 min read

Do you ever wonder what happens behind the scenes before your fresh evergreen wreath arrives magically at your door? It is pretty magical, but it also requires a tremendous amount of planning, creativity, and hard work to produce our beautiful products. This process also includes a lot of fun and laughter, and a little sweat in the height of the season when we’re working hard to bring the magic to you!

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Collaborating with Shelby Goodman of Honeysuckle Blog

November 19, 2019  •  2 min read  •  1 comment

Shelby Goodman's blog "Honeysuckle" showcases varied and beautiful pieces that together represent a full and joy-filled life. She creates and captures special moments that take place throughout the year with her talented eye for design and decorating. Shelby’s home and lifestyle blog is a feast for the eyes and the imagination with a clean and fresh, modern style.

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How our Fresh Centerpieces are Made

November 14, 2019  •  2 min read  •  1 comment

While centerpieces are enjoyed year-round, they are most often displayed and shared during the holiday season. Here at Lynch Creek Farm, we specialize in designing gorgeous fresh evergreen centerpieces that are perfect for fall and winter gatherings, celebrations, and especially Christmas! Our elegant centerpieces are made from live evergreens grown right here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, from the foothills of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.

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Collaborating with Blogger Adele Brown

November 08, 2019  •  2 min read

Adele Brown is a creative home decorator, thrifter, and blogger who chronicles her ideas on her beautiful blog “Home Chronicles”. In her blogs Adele shares how she finds and utilizes decor to transform her surroundings into spaces she loves and then shows her followers how doable it is to “curate beautiful homes on a budget.” Last season, Adele featured our very own fresh evergreen Blended Bay wreath in her holiday decor, and we were thrilled with how stunning it turned out!

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Lynch Creek Farm’s Fundraising Program Gives Back

October 22, 2019  •  3 min read

What began as a local, wholesale Christmas wreath fundraising program back in the day has blossomed into nationwide community support! In 2012, we introduced our online fundraising program in its current easy-to-use online form. With Lynch Creek Farm’s Fundraising Program, it’s easy to sign up, easy to share, and easy to earn! To date, we have helped more than 1,000 groups nationwide raise over $1 million using our online fundraising platform to sell fresh, beautiful evergreen decorations to supporters near and far. 

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CREATIVE IDEAS FOR DECORATING WITH EVERGREENS

October 07, 2019  •  6 min read

Here at Lynch Creek Farm, we love decorating with fresh evergreens. So much so that we think about and design holiday and Christmas products all year round! We use fresh noble fir, cedar, pine, juniper as well as fresh magnolia and bay leaves to create a wide variety of decorative wreaths, centerpieces, garland, and mini tabletop trees. With such a variety of products, our hope is to make gift-giving and home decorating as easy as possible. 

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Lynch Creek Farm - Our Story

September 24, 2019  •  7 min read  •  3 comments

The garage that had been used for years was now surrounded by two huge circus tents in the winter. It worked for a time, but changes were coming. Mostly because Henry the potbelly pig, who had been displaced by the wreath operation, wanted his garage back, and he wasn’t taking “no” for an answer!

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