A Day in Poynette at Little Blessings

If you ever find yourself in the quaint little town of Poynette and are looking for a cozy little shop to sip on coffee as you browse through fun goodies, you definitely need to stop by Little Blessings, Coffee and Gift Shop.

Here's what their flyer says:

Little Blessings offers many different gifts and fresh ground assorted coffee, Latte, Espresso, Assorted Cappuccino, Assorted Ice Coffee's, Vanilla and Mocha Java and Fruit Smoothie's, fresh baked muffins, assorted flavors of Biscotti and the best candy made directly from the Amish.

We offer gift baskets per order, children's toy's, books, steamed trains, antique and collectible item's as well as many gift idea's. Bath and body products, perfumes, including Emu oils, soaps, shampoo and conditioner. A variety of environmentally safe candles that can only be purchased at our store as well as hand painted to your order and design of family trees or what you would like on glass of over 100 years of age. This glass reflects the light in a rainbow of colors.

Antiques, Packer memorabilia, county gifts, folk art, hand made quilts, hand made chest and wood work which can be made to special order as well as many of our products in the store that are crafted by local artists. We also offer a larger variety of towel's, hand loomed rugs, jewelry and much more."

A mini-thrift shop can also be found in the back of the store. I always enjoy looking for a 'treasure'. The other day I found a super cute hat! I've had a problem with hats recently (my problem being, I can't stop myself from buying them)...oops!

Part of the charm of this little shop is talking with the owner, Laura Walters. She has a wonderful personality and is always so friendly when I stop by. I now even have my own drink...Chocolate Covered Cherry Cappuccino, a.k.a. Kim Special.

Just recently Laura asked to carry some of my hand-dyed onesies in her shop. Of course, I was thrilled. You can see examples of these by looking at my etsy shop (go to the children's clothing section), http://www.kimscraftyapple.etsy.com/. She is also carrying some of the adorable ribbon bracelets that I have made this past year.

I hope you decide to make a stop one day and enjoy this little store as much as I do.

For more information give Laura a call at (608) 635-7774 or just stop by her store at 124 North main Street, Poynette, WI 53955

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