We’re very excited to bring you new items just in time for Christmas! We’ve been publishing books and journals on Amazon!
So far we offer Prayer Journals, Materia Medica, blank journals, composition books, and yearly planners and wherever possible, featuring cover art by Kathy McCabe. Click here to see the list.
We’ll be adding more soon. Thanks and Happy Holidays!
Introducing the latest from Hilltop Herbals! Also known as the Hilltop Herb Woman and so on. I created this free ebook for you, with a small selection of recipes that can help during the cold and flu season. So, enjoy it! And all comments appreciated.
Why the Hilltop Herb Woman? I think I’m the only herbalist on my hilltop AND I’m enjoying my life as an herbalist so much that I’m embracing the identity. I love being able to offer items that can help people and knowledge about herbs that I never knew I wanted.
Hilltop Arts is expanding!
We are now offering handmade cut, engraved, etched and items as well as custom items. We have awesome new machines in our studio that will enable us to do much more custom work as well as the more quality gifts you’ve come to expect from us.
We will be adding new products in these categories as we develop them.
If you’re interested in custom work, please email us and let us work up an estimate for you.
I’m so excited to announce that the exhibit, “Kathy’s Vision” is on view at the Garryowen in Gettysburg, PA. Here’s a preview but please visit in person!
Also, don’t forget about the Artist Reception on November 16th at 7pm. Details are here. I hope to see you there. The exhibit runs through the end of January.
For the last couple years, I’ve been aware of another Hilltop Herbals page on Facebook. When I chose my new page I didn’t know about the other one, but over the years I’ve gotten a few comments and likes/follows that are not meant for me. I have endeavored to be sure those people are forwarded to their intended place as I hope they have done with my visitors.
It’s no one’s fault, but I just don’t want there to be any confusion between the two pages and have therefore created a new one for my Hilltop Herbals.
I had hoped to transfer my content from the old page to the new page and Facebook, in their wisdom, has decided that my two pages are not the same after all and therefore cannot be merged. I’ve downloaded the page and will keep it for history but all new content will go to the new page.
Thanks for your comments and best wishes over the years! I’m looking forward to the future with you.