Donna’s Comments

Good morning everyone. Sorry for the Long post.

Ron and I woud like to thank everyone for their custom orders. You might not be aware but placing these orders has help keep me sane.
REALLY
During these crazy Covid months and during the months of February thru April we had to cancel 16 parties. This was so hard…On top of that we are usually booking fall parties at this time and with the unknown Covid crisis ahead this is going to be a slow process.
There are times I think going back to work in a medical or dental office would provide a regular income, but really I think to me it would provide some kind of normacilly some kind of routine. With 2 girls at home, a 8 year old and Theresa whom is 38. Me going back into the 9 to 5 job would be crazy. Ron travels and I know this is almost impossible.
So I’m blessed that we have all we need and Ron provides for us..
So THANK you to all who keep me painting.
It is my sanity, my light sometimes when I need some kind of creativity in my veins.
Please stay safe. Keep me in mind for your wood decor or needs, your wedding and shower gifts.
God Bless
Donna
Painted Grace

Saturday Pop-Up Sale

We have been a little busy. Painted Grace will be at the New Tater Shack location (Old Dickson Feed Store) Saturday the 30th from 9am to 4pm.
We will have these with door hangers and much more.
You can also place an order with a 7 to 10 day turn around. Text us or come by and say Hi.
Large 5.5 feet is 38.00 and up.
Small 3.5 feet is 25.00 and up
We can also personalize with your name or whatever you want to say on it

COVID-19 Update

Dear value customer:

Due to the current COVID-19 crises and the concern for our customers and family, Painted Grace has decided to cancel all paint parties effective immediately thru the end of April 2020.

We will continue to take and fill custom orders and are looking into a “do it yourself packet” that you can do while you are at home with your family.

We thank you for your business and continued support and we all will get through this crisis.

Sincerely,

Donna and Ron Irlinger