Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A little of this and a little of that

Hi there, it’s been awhile since I posted. I didn’t really feel I had anything to share with all of you and then as I was sorting through photos on my phone tonight I realized I actually have done some creating in the last few months. I apologize this is a mis-mosh of things.
Two precious babes joined our family recently, TWINS we are very, very blessed. They were a bit early, spent time in the hospital and poor mom and dad spent the time traveling back and forth but I am happy to report the two little bugs are home, catching up on loving from their big brother and mom and dad are no doubt catching up on some rest. (from driving that is)
2 months lily and elliot
Miss Lilly and Sir Elliot,  just beautiful!
While we were awaiting their arrival I used some of my neat tie-dyed look flannel for some booties.
On a different note, I tore down the arbor at the pool gate which was in sad, sad shape.
Most of it was rotted and for the past two years I’ve crossed my fingers that it didn’t collapse.  I drew plans from the old pieces, picked up lumber and hubs did the rest!!
Next I made an apron from an old pair of jeans

Surprised Bob and up-cycled her desk chair to match her room
Made a anthro-knock-off necklace
and a word book for a sweet young lady.
I have a few more projects that I’m slowly working on between studying.
What have you been up to????


  1. So glad you posted a few pics of projects you've done lately. They look great~especially's Bob's chair!

    What have I been up to lately? Lots of photo editing...

  2. Thanks, it was fun working like a road-runner to finish before she found it. Looks so much better than the black in her soft green and white room.
    Love to see some of your photos.

  3. Although i got to see all of your projects in person i still love to see them on your blog!! Looks great keep up the creativity mama.

  4. And even though I see you in person, I love that you are a follower here. Keep those comments coming!


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