so I’m just dreaming of a white winter at this point.)
And, sometimes we just need to close the Macbook screen and…do.
we were shaken with some sudden scary stuff with my little Grey.
Here are some projects that are in the hopper to share soon.
And I love them.
Chalkboard Metal Chairs…
He’s a 10-week old Seal-Lynx Point Himalayan ball of fluff.
Although you can’t tell in the photo, he has dark, gray black ears.
Ballerina Tutu Bow Holders…
I made three different ballerina bow holders for Edyn and two of my neices,
inspired by one that my sister purchased on Etsy.
I also sewed a simple slip white denim cover for an ottoman, cleaned two closets,
and painted my kitchen walls.
I didn’t finish everything on my list, but I’m satisfied with what I did accomplish.
I can just nudge the other things into 2012.
Speaking of 2012,
I’m wishing you the happiest new year!
Thank you for all of the blessings you brought my way in 2011.
and I’m looking forward to the change in 2012.
I’ll spend the next couple of days in hyper-organization mode,
making schedules and lists for everything under the sun,
(and catching up on laundry and ironing).
Do you hyper-organize before the start of a new year
so that you start with a fresh slate?
Well, that’s the scoop around here.
Here’s the scoop on a couple of favorites from the last party.
I know it’s after Christmas, but these Merry Monsters made by Rinni’s Playground
were too darn cute not to share…
I love Amy at Maison Decor’s Shabby Chic Fabric Sample Art.
Laundry, clothespins and wire are a girl’s best friend.
(As long at is uses a fabric in some way, it’s linkable.)
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3. As a common courtesy, I’d love it if you linked back with a text link or my button.