Aaaw, these are absolutely adorable and so needed sometimes! Especially when you're hiding in the studio crafting, don't you think? The pictures are so cute :). Are they... What shall I say... The kind you iron onto the fabric?Have a great day!Maria
Hello Maria, thank you . . . I simply love your visits. Have a great day, Connie :)
How totally cute! I also want to know...are they iron-ons?
They are all so cute. Love the sayings!
Hi Beth, and thank you . . . I do hope that you are having a great day. Connie :)
I love the NO SOLICITORS! NOW THAT'S FUNNY!! Isn't the lady toten the gun, ANNIE OAKLEY? If it is, I blogged about her on my 127 longest yard sale....stopped off and saw her grave site. She married the man she beat in a well known shooting contest in her day! LOL! From one sweetie to another~~~Roxie
Hi Roxie, Yes that is Annie herself. I guess she was quite a woman. Have a glorious day, Connie :)
These are delightfully wonderful! Well done!
I'm most impressed. I got attacked by one of my rose bushes at the weekend and I've not got a huge rip in my jeans, so I was thinking about making something with the denim, I now have the answer!
My motto is never throw away a pair of jeans. Their fabric is wonderful, I especially like the ones that have been washed a hundred or so times. One of my very favorite things is re-purposing old jeans. Have fun! Connie :)P.S. If you go to my archives and look under handmade pretties, you will find more jean ideas :)
Hello Connie,There are very different door knob hangings.. they are so inventive.Connie, do you remember I mentioned some time ago, about "Annie get your Gun".. my mother bought me the whole outfit that she used to use when she went touring..she ordered it from America.. I was about 6 at the time.. I am not sure how old Annie Oakley was at that time. Like SweetVintageofmine wrote.. I think that image is of Annie Oakley.. I like them.. They are really great.thanks for showing them Connie.have a happy weekval
Hi Val, have you ever photographed your outfit and posted it. I would love to see it. How Cool!Yes it is Annie, she is an icon of American history. Have a wonderful day, Connie :)
These are great Connie! I love the old pictures on them! Fantastic job as usual ☺
Thanks so much!
Hi Connie,What a hoot your door knob signs are. I think we could all use one of them :)Dee
Hi Dee, I'm glad you like them. Connie :)