Our Home & Farm

A: Our home is located in the French Creek watershed, and our land is bordered on one side by one of the many tributary creeks that run into the Snohomish River, and ultimately, the Puget Sound.

A: Our home is in rural Snohomish, Washington–a small community about an hour north of Seattle.

A: Our farm is our home, and therefore, not open to the public. You can see more “behind the scenes” of what goes on here by watching our YouTube channel.

A: Our farm is our home, and therefore not open to the public.

A: For information about wrapped bouquets and DIY buckets, click here.

A: For information about dahlia tuber sales, click here.

A: We use only organic growing practices on our farm, however we are not certified organic by the WSDA.

A: We’ve been blogging about our home and farm since 2018, and we have a growing YouTube channel, which means we’ve been blessed to grow our beloved “farm family” with friends all across the globe. We’re so grateful for the kindness, love, and spiritual support you’ve shown us along our farmsteading journey.

If you’re interested in finding out how you can help us grow the farm, click to learn more about Community Supported Agriculture.

Website Content & Emails

A: If you’re searching for a specific piece of content on our site, the fastest option is using the search bar. For desktop users, this is located at the top right-hand corner of the page (it looks like a magnifying glass). For mobile devices, you’ll find the same search bar located within the navigation drop-down menu (click on the three horizontal white lines at the top of any page to open the menu, then look for the magnifying glass).

Simply type the keyword into the search bar. Adjust your search term to be more or less specific to see different results. For example, if you search for “pattern”, the results returned will include every instance where the word is found. You could refine the results by searching for “bunny pattern” instead.

A: All of our work is protected by our copyright, therefore you may not reproduce or distribute our content without our written permission. The patterns, templates, and resources that I create are from the heart, and provided to you for your personal use only–not to be used for items you wish to sell. Please respect our copyright and intellectual property.

A: Most of the time, technology makes life easier, but sometimes it can be a real headache! If you’re expecting an email from us and not seeing it, this will answer 99.99% of all questions!

Normally, emails are sent from our server immediately. They’ll typically show up in your inbox within 2 minutes (depending on your mail provider’s processing time).

If you’ve refreshed your inbox, but still don’t see our emails within several minutes, be sure to check 1) Spam, 2) Junk, and 3) Promotions folders. Those filters are notoriously finicky and get confused often!

We strongly recommend that you add us to your contact list, as that usually helps ensure that our emails make it to your inbox most reliably.

A: Each printable you request will be delivered in its own separate email. If you are a brand new friend, you will receive two emails: the first welcomes you to our little farm family, and the second will be the delivery of your printable. These will be sent within seconds of each other, however emails containing download links for printable files are often caught up in spam filters. Please check your spam, junk, and promotions folders.

Finally, make sure you aren’t trying to request a printable that you’ve already received in the past. You will only receive each printable one time to any given email address.

Please note, due to how our mail service provider addresses US spam laws, if you have previously unsubscribed from our emails in the past, you will be unable to re-subscribe using the same address.

A: It depends. All content related to our site is protected by copyright law. You may not reproduce or distribute our content without our written permission. However, we absolutely encourage you to pin articles and images on Pinterest so that you can find these ideas again later!

If you are a blogger and would like to provide a link to one of our articles, you may do so by appropriately crediting “French Creek Farmhouse” and providing a link back to our original post. You may also use one photo from the article you are referencing, in its original, unedited, uncropped form (which includes our watermark), however you must still provide a source credit to “French Creek Farmhouse” and a link back to our original post when using that photo.

You may not copy any article, in whole or in part, or any content on our site without our written permission. If you have more questions, please refer to our Terms of Service, or contact us.

A: This is a personal blog, therefore, we do not accept guest posts. If you’re interested in other types of collaborations, you can find more information here.

Work With Us

A: At this time, running our farm while also renovating our own home keeps my plate very full. I hope you will find inspiration within this blog to design a space you’ll love! You can view my Design Board Library with links to sources to re-create looks in your home.

A: Running our own farm keeps us very busy and means our time is a premium resource. If you’re interested in hiring us for consulting services, please click here to email us about what you have in mind. Please provide enough information in your email about what you’re hoping to learn for us to consider whether we can meet your needs.

You will also find a great deal of information about how we grow on our farm via blog posts as well as our YouTube channel.

A: From working with large brands to supporting small shops, I am passionate about sharing the things I love with others, and I would be delighted to hear from you. For more information on collaborations, please click here.

A: This is a personal blog, therefore, we do not accept guest posts. If you’re interested in other types of collaborations, you can find more information here.

A: I wholeheartedly encourage you to post questions within each blog post’s comments section–if there’s something you’re wondering about, someone else might have the same question! You can also connect with me via social media using any of the links below, or email me. To subscribe to my email list and stay posted about everything going on here at the farm, click here.