We have been working for months and months (maybe 8 or 9!) to find a manufacturer of sola wood flowers that produces high quality, gorgeous flowers in a lot of varieties. It was quite the search, but after receiving samples from multiple sources we finally found a company that delivered just what we were looking
Continue reading ➞ Drumroll Please……. Introducing Sola Wood Flowers!!
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If you have lost your tumbleweed it showed up at our warehouse door today. We opened the garage to get some air on this beautiful afternoon and a few minutes later this big guy came right in looking for a home. So if you recognize this tumbleweed or know where is home is then let
Continue reading ➞ Lost Tumbleweed Found – No reward needed
Ten years ago today the domain name www.CuriousCountryCreations.com was purchased. The website was born with only four products– Baby, Large, Giant and Gigantic Tumbleweeds. It’s amazing to look back now and see how far we’ve come. It’s been a lot of hard work, dedication, creativity, and bravery to take this company from a small start-up
Continue reading ➞ 10 Years!
Selling tumbleweeds to the public has become a full time job for me. We ship them all over the world. They have been in movies, plays, theater productions, and plenty of high end parties. They are great and nothing says cowboys and the west better than a tumbleweed rolling across the stage at the moment
Continue reading ➞ Buy Tumbleweeds Online
Tonight the founder of CuriousCountryCreations.com was featured in a news article on KSL 5 in Utah. The story was all about Tumbleweeds, and how they are an icon of the Old West (even though they weren’t introduced until the late 1800’s), and how they are a nuisance to some and good business for others….. well
Continue reading ➞ Tumbleweeds on the News!
The guy in the video sounded like this: It was pandemonium! The tumbleweeds were flying everywhere. I thought the world was going to end. I couldn’t even push my front door open. I had almost given up and was about to take my last breath so I called 911 and told them to send in
Continue reading ➞ Massive Tumbleweeds Caused Pandemonium in New Mexico
Several months ago we were contacted by the South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade committee and asked if we could provide cotton for their Parade float. We have carried Dried Cotton Stalks and Cotton Bolls for a long time, but not bulk cotton. However, we contacted our cotton supplier and were able to make this
Continue reading ➞ Rose Parade
Hollywood is redoing the RoboCop series from the 80s again. Say you have a Robotic Cop that needs to have a battle in a rice patty field. Where are you going to find some real life like rice in Canada at the wrong time of the growing year? This kind of problem with movies we
Continue reading ➞ New RoboCop Movie in 2014
I love all the fun things you can do with tumbleweeds and this is no exception. We just overnighted a tumbleweed to Indiana for the 2013 Indianapolis 500 indy car race. They are going to roll it across the track at some point, hopefully when the cars are going and we can see what happens
Continue reading ➞ Indianapolis 500 Gets a Tumbleweed
Several months ago CuriousCountryCreations.com was contacted by one of the set designers working on the movie “The Host” based on the book of the same name by Stephenie Meyers (Author of the best selling Twilight Series.) The movie stars actors Saoirse Ronan, Diane Kruger, Max Irons, Jake Abel, William Hurt, Frances Fisher, Chandler Canterbury and
Continue reading ➞ The Host Movie – Wheat Field
Better Homes and Gardens featured our Blond Wheat Wreath in their November 2012 Magazine. Check it out on page 27 or see our scans of the magazine below. They used our blond wheat wreath and painted it with metallic gold spray paint. Here are their description and instructions below: “GATHER ‘ROUND Between informal soup suppers
Continue reading ➞ Better Homes and Gardens featured one of our Wreaths