OneBlessedAcre

Handcrafted From the Farm Creations

Ferndale, California | 2110 Sales

OneBlessedAcre

Handcrafted From the Farm Creations

Ferndale, California 2110 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Welcome to the home of One Blessed Acre, our farm in Northern California. My name is Michelle. I have seven children, 6 beautiful daughters and one amazing son. Two of my favorite loves are crafting and tending animals. Here you will find table runners, tree skirts and valances made from burlap. We also specialize in goat milk soap and lotion, made with the milk from the goats on our farm and the most natural oils. We never use GMO vegetable oils, like canola, corn or soybean. Thank you so much for supporting us! You can follow my blog www.oneblessedacre.com or follow @oneblessedacrefarm on Instagram.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 7, 2018

Use code SHOPNOW25 for 25 % off your entire order for the month of December.

Welcome to the home of One Blessed Acre, our farm in Northern California. My name is Michelle. I have seven children, 6 beautiful daughters and one amazing son. Two of my favorite loves are crafting and tending animals. Here you will find table runners, tree skirts and valances made from burlap. We also specialize in goat milk soap and lotion, made with the milk from the goats on our farm and the most natural oils. We never use GMO vegetable oils, like canola, corn or soybean. Thank you so much for supporting us! You can follow my blog www.oneblessedacre.com or follow @oneblessedacrefarm on Instagram.

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Try a Soothing Goat Milk Tub Tea Soak this holiday season for yourself or someone special.
Hello October! Orange Clove Goat Milk soap is a great start to the month. See our shop for the matching lotion. Made with goat milk from our hand milked Nigerian goat.
Even dogs need great soap! We have tested this soap on our Great Pyrenees dog and Kevin gives his approval.
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About

Blessings Come From All Things

One Blessed Acre began when my family returned to my home town in Northern California after my husband retired from the Air Force so that we could be closer to my parents.

I love all things country. One day my father sent home some burlap that he had obtained at a local flea market with my husband. He gave him specific instructions for me to create something with it. My rather large farm table needed something rustic to dress it up, so out of some slightly dusty burlap came the first ruffled burlap table runner.

Now, taking my creation one step further, I enjoy searching for new ways to turn "slightly dusty" burlap into beautiful country décor.

Three years ago, we added two Nubian goats to our farm with the intent of drinking the milk, wanting to be more self-sufficient with our homesteading lifestyle. Out of that milking came lots of excess milk for soaps and lotions. Once I began looking at the labels on beauty products I quickly realized the need to have more natural products for my family to use. I love being able to create different scented soaps and lotions and have found recently that I have an addiction to fragrance oils.

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  • Michelle Bibby

    Owner

    Welcome to One Blessed Acre! I am momma to six beautiful girls and one amazing little man. I have a passion for sewing and love designing and creating things for the home.

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Last updated on Aug 10, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details

To determine what size table runner to buy, the rule of thumb is to add 12 inches onto the measurement of your table length.

Wholesale availability

Yes! I have wholesale options! Message me for a wholesale price list.

Custom and personalized orders

Yes! Those are available! Please message me for more information.

Does burlap have a smell?

Yes! Burlap has a very distinctive smell. I do not pre wash my burlap before sewing my creations. Over time the smell will dissipate and it shouldn't be too noticeable.