This is my baby Madison. She is going to have my first grandbaby in May!! We are all so very excited. So far, the ultrasound is telling us that it is a ??? Go ahead and guess. If you guess right, I will enter your name in a drawing for some of my cute "oh my dog" fabrics! PS...this is what my grand/___ looks like at 19 weeks.
This is "Hinckley". He is about 5 months old, a sheltie, and we adopted him a couple of weeks ago. He is definitely a puppy and that takes it toll on everything...shoes, clothes, furniture, carpet (everywhere). But we love his little face and he is about the sweetest little dog I have ever met. He won't get much bigger and loves attention. If you are thinking about getting a pet, Lost Paws is a great way to do it. Hinckley was up for the shelter next, so it will be great to have him alive and playing with us for the next ??? years. Just look at that little face!
This is my first attempt at paper clay. I loved working with it and really think it turned out sooo cute. Our "poker night" gang all got together Thursday night and we made owls and crows for Halloween. Now I just want to play and play and play with my clay!!
Have you seen the lovely Martha glitters...oh my! I just used a glue pen and drew directly onto the gourd then sprinkled the glitter on. I hope you make some to plop around the house for some easy decorating glam.
This is a fun little pocket to hold post-it's, scrap note paper, a tiny gift. To make it, you will need a 6" square of heavier paper (I used vintage wallpaper for mine). Fold as shown on the template.
Embellish with vintage text book paper, old button, mini tag, etc. It can be hung or you can hot-glue a magnet on the back and hang on your refrigerator.
To make the tiny booklet for note taking, cut out 2" x 5.5" pieces from vintage text book paper, fold in half and tie around the middle with a string. Happy Halloween Blog Party...now visit Debbie's blog and Celeste's blog for more ideas!
I made these darling Baby Bib's with my new fabrics and some chenille for the back. It's also the first time I used a snap-tool...very cool tool! Click here to download your FREE PATTERN. Look for Sleepytime fabrics designed by Lori Gardner for MODA at your favorite Quilt Store. PS...If you leave me a comment, I will enter you for a drawing of a stack of Sleepytime fat quarters.