I am so excited to be a part of
this very special Blogging Party.
Karen at My Desert Cottage has been having
this party once a year for sometime now,
this party once a year for sometime now,
and I always visit and look through
everyone's wonderful spaces.
everyone's wonderful spaces.
I almost can't believe that I'm actually here
taking part in the fun.
taking part in the fun.
I hope you like your visit.
This is the outside,
but that's not what you're here for . . .
come on in!
Sit down if your like . . .
or move around and check things out.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words,
so I’m dispensing with too many words
I never thought of myself as a hoarder,
but I'm afraid when it comes to my studio,I am.
If you have any idea for a project using
these old BINGO balls,
please share your idea with me.
I have had them for over ten years:)
Never apologize for your studio being messy . . .
Mine is always messy when I am being creative.
It’s supposed to be that space
where I can get messy without guilt.
Mine is always messy when I am being creative.
It’s supposed to be that space
where I can get messy without guilt.
This my scrap bin, I couldn't live without it.
I have dug through it so many times,
to find the perfect little piece of fabric
to complete a project:)
See my shelf of sewing thread.
That is one of those picture display shelves.
I found it at a yard sale for $3
and it works wonderfully.
This is my dream come true space . . .
it is a collection of junk, stashes of this and that,
and supplies waiting to be turned into art.
It's my home away from home and I love it!
I hope you enjoy you visit.
Come back on July 20th . . .
I'll be having a "Give-A-Way" that week:)
Come back on July 20th . . .
I'll be having a "Give-A-Way" that week:)
Please stop by Karen's blog
The Desert Cottage
and take some more studio tours.
"Where Blogger Create 2015"
Your blogging sister,
What a great space. I love your blue cabinet, that wonderful little bar stool and the chair you just completed is fabulous. Oh and the 'come again' door hanger at the end was just perfect. Have a lovely weekend... :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Dee . . . you have certainly started my morning off with a big smile. You are a sweetie pie.Delete
I'm delighted you came to visit, if you lived closer we could play in my Art Barn and dream up something unique and whimsy to make:)
I love it!! What a great space, a dream really!ReplyDelete
Hi Laura Lynn, thanks you so much for stopping my to visit. My space is a dream come true for me and I consider it a blessing in deed. I do hope that you will return next week and get in on my Give-A-Way :) Thanks again for the visit.Delete
I too am in love with that blue cabinet! so handy and cute! And the handpainted chair -- wow! I have an idea for your bingo balls. What if you used them as heads for dolls?ReplyDelete
Hi Leanne, do you make dolls? I have made a couple of cloth dolls for my granddaughters, but that is the extent of my doll making. I know that you have an image in your head for this idea . . . I wish I could pick your brain and get an idea of how I would do this. I'm delighted that you like my blue cabinet.Delete
I purchased it at a yard sale for $10 . . . brought it home and painted it blue. I like it too :) Thanks for stopping by and taking my studio tour. This is my first time to join a blogging party like this:)
Dear Connie, you never cease to amaze me! Your crafty home is such a delight, so pretty and soooooooo organised! You have inspired me to get in and get sorted out. ( but don't hold your breath!) PS. I think you have the same flooring as we have in our kitchen...once again...it's a small world xxReplyDelete
Hi Jane, The floor in our bathroom was in terrible shape when we bought this house . . . Steve was out of town at a meeting and I got the idea to redo the floor myself. I went to our home improvement store and told them what I was going to do. They helped by giving me instructions and helping be find all the materials for the job. When Steve got home I had the job done. That was a turning point for me . . .I felt so powerful, like I could take on any project I tried. That was the day my true DIY nature was born, LOL. There has been no stopping be since then :) After doing the bathroom with all of it's angles, the barn was easy and I used the same flooring. I really like it because it doesn't show spills and dirty places. You don't know it's dirty until you mop and see your water, LOL. My kind of floor.Delete
What a fun, cheerful place to create! I especially love the little stool, with it's painted seat ~ Thanks for giving us a look-round!ReplyDelete
It was my pleasure having you visit. I love this yearly event that Karen does. This is my first time to join in, but I truly enjoy visiting all the creative spaces and have been doing the touring part of this for the last couple of years:) I'm very happy you stopped by.Delete
Your 'dream come true' is a happy, colorful place to create.ReplyDelete
I truly feel blessed and still have to pinch myself to know that it is real and that I'm not just dreaming :)Delete
Thank you so much for stopping my to visit. I love company and blogging friends are the best.
Such a beautiful space, and so many lovely creations all around and fun items to work with!!ReplyDelete
It's a great place to sneak off to and spend sometime creating and having fun. The best thing about it, is that it isn't connected to the house, so when I leave a messy . . . it's out of sight and out of mind :)Delete
Well your space screams happy!ReplyDelete
Looking at the pictures I can feel your energy, and I like what you said. And your right, one should not feel apologetic about a messy creative space.
Thanks for the tour!
Hi Mari, I just visited your blog and I am amazed at your talent. Thank you so much for visiting. I love making new blogging friends.Delete
Hi Connie! Love your art barn and how well you have organized it! Thanks for sharing. Will look at the others some other time. Enjoy! NancyReplyDelete
Hi Nancy, I just came in from watering my flowers in the front yard. Our weather has been so hot that I have stopped watering the lawn except for twice a week instead of everyday. I got afraid that I could run the well dry. Anyway while I was watering I was thinking of you and wondering how you and your husband were doing. Then I came in and here you are:) You are on my mine and in my heart and prayers. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and visit, it is always a pleasure hearing from you:)Delete
What an awesome creative space you have. How wonderful to have your own little studio. Looks great inside and out. Thanks for sharing and thank you so much for stopping by for a visit and for your very sweet comment. Happy Weekend.
Hi Ana, it is great to see your smiling face here in my comments. I really enjoyed seeing your creative space and the charming way you decorated it and your amazing use of a small space. Oh, and the slipcover you made for your chair, that is clever and pretty. I'm so glad you came to visit, I love company and my welcome mat is always out:)Delete
What a great space Connie! I enjoyed visiting and seeing your wonderful room! Many happy creative days to you, CindyReplyDelete
Hi Cindy, I love my art barn, but I could sure learn some organizing tips from you. Your space is so nice and pretty. Thanks for stopping by, it has been fun looking into everyone space and seeing where they work. I hope the everyone is enjoying this party as much as I am:)Delete
Ah Connie, I can remember whenb you first started decorating your Art BArn.Wow..look at it now!You've done wonders.Lovely to see you again.I had lost your blog, and couldn't remember the blog address. Thanks foir the visit, and leaving lovely comments.Yes I do feel like I have 2 very distinct sides to my personality! Hadn't thought about Gypsy though!ReplyDelete
Hi Judy, once around twenty-five or so year ago, I watched a special on TV that was a tour of Barbara Streisand's home . . . only it was three or four homes (I can't remember) bu,t they were all on one block all together. Each home was a totally different style and each one was designed and decorated by her. Their backyards all came together. She would move about from one to another accordingly to her mood. That's what you can do if you have more money than you know what to do with. But, I think it also shows that we do have many sides to your likes and dislikes, especially when it comes to style:)Delete
Hi Connie.. wow.. I'm so impressed with your creative space! I called home today and my DIL is working on my big disaster of a studio. I can't wait to see what she is doing to it! Kinda scared! LOL! I'm in Las Vegas and we're having a good time.. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Teresa, it is great that you are still following along with your blogging sisters as you travel. I am delighted to hear that you are having a good time. From the things that I have seen that your DIL has done, I would say that you are in good hands, and you can tweak it to your needs when you get home. Thanks so much for the visit and for your very kind words:)Delete
Everything is just beautiful! I would love to spend the day in there with you. And I see your art journal....how talented you are! Enjoy your day sweet friend. Hugs, DianeReplyDelete
I would love to have you visit in person. We would have a great time blending our creative styles and coming up with some great new projects. I know that I could learn a lot from you :)Delete
Hi Connie! I love your little craft Barn. It's very nice and displays all of your fun crafting supplies so well. One day I'll have my own little craft area, although it probably won't be a barn.ReplyDelete
I left you a little stool and the cute saying you put on it. With my knees, and yes I'm talking about my new one, I probably wouldn't be able to stoop that low!!! Tee her.
Dear Kay, I will be so happy for you when the pain is gone and all is healed properly . . . and I know that day will come . . . hang on, and thanks so much for stopping by to visit.Delete
How awesome to have a whole out building to use for you space. I love it! Yous artist chair so pretty and I love the thread shelf behind your sewing machine. That is so convenient. Thanks for sharing such a great space!ReplyDelete
Hi Theresa, thanks for visiting. I had a saving account that I had been putting money into for years, so when we bought our new place and there was no room for my art and sewing supplies, I broke out my saving account and bought this barn. Then we had to insulate it and put up walls . . . I didn't know what I was saving for until that day. I love my space, it's great to have a place where you can just shut the door in the middle of a project and not worry about the mess:)Delete
What an awesome space you have! I love how happy and colorful it is. I adore the chair you just painted, as well as your stool with the cute saying. Can I come over and play?
You have an open invitation . . . my welcome mat is always out.Delete
Thank you for your very sweet words of encouragement . . .you're a sweetie pie:)
Connie, I laugh when I saw your stool because I love it! I might have to make one for my studio. What a great creative place you have, thanks for sharing it,ReplyDelete
Hi KayC, I love it when someone wants to copy one of my ideas . . . that is the best compliment ever . . .thank you:)Delete
Connie, your work space is wonderful! I knew you sewed because I won a set of adorable mug rugs from you and just love them on the table beside our living room chairs for morning coffee.ReplyDelete
I didn't realize you made cards too and really like your set up for wooden stamps which I saw on a couple other blogs. Hmm, has me thinking... :-)
You are one talented lady and for me, you coined the phrase 'blogging sister' which I now constantly use.
Hi Judith, it makes me so happy to hear that you are also saying, "blogging sisters" . . .we are a sisterhood of fun loving creative women. As for the shelves that my stamps are on. They were a surprise gift from my niece's husband about fifteen years ago. He had made her some and when he was done, he decide to build some for me, too. I'm also happy that you like your rug mugs and that you use them for your morning coffee . . .how cool. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking my tour. This is my first time to join a link party:)Delete
Do not ever invite me to your space. If you did, those glass jars full of wooden balls would be missing when I left!ReplyDelete
Hi Carol, they are pretty cool aren't they.Delete
I want to come over and play! What a wonderful studio! I. am. jealous! And, I just LOVE that hand painted chair. I'd be too afraid to sit in it though. Love all the little touches--so much to see. I'll have to stop by another time and really take a close look at your pics to get some ideas for my room. Oh, and thank you for your wonderful comment on my basement studio over at A Scrapmom's Musings.ReplyDelete
Hi Lori, I am delighted that you came to visit . . . I have been having a ball looking into all of these wonderful creative spaces. There are so many ideas out there. They make me want to change things up, too, LOLDelete
You are so lucky to have so much space...coveting those bingo balls...ReplyDelete
Hi, Thanks for stopping by and for your sweet comment. My BINGO balls are pretty popular, LOL.Delete
That is the most fun place. I need a big space like that...I could just spend hours there. Enjoy all your moments there. Its awesome.ReplyDelete
Hi Tete, Thank you so much . . . I love my space. I never dreamed that I would have such a nice space, so I feel very blessed:)Delete
Hi Connie, love your creative space and all the room you have. It's huge!! Love the darling stool right at the beginning. So cute and a special touch. All your supplies are so organized and ready to create with. You are very talented and your art about the room is so inspiring. Thank you for the tour. I so enjoyed seeing where you create your treasures.ReplyDelete
Happy Creating! cm
Hi Marie, your comments are always so encouraging . . .you always manage to put a smile on my face. Thank you for visiting and for taking my little tour. This is my first time to ever do a link party . . . I wasn't even sure if I would be able to figure out how to do it. You know the old saying, "It's hard to teach an old dog new tricks", LOLDelete
Connie... I love your creative space!! Love your thread shelf...what a great way to display your thread and very handy to have it out where you can see it.ReplyDelete
Hi Cindy, I was pretty happy when I found that shelf for $3, I like having my thread handy. About once a month I can talk my hubby into doing garage sales with me . . . it's a lot of fun driving around in search of a treasure or two. We always end up somewhere buying ice cream cones, too:)Delete
Oh I love your space. I want to come and sit awhile. Cool chair. Thanks for inviting us in. Loved the tour.ReplyDelete
Hello, it is always so nice meeting other bloggers . . . I am delighted that you came to visit and happy that you like my painted chair. It was a very enjoyable project.Delete
Fabulous studio, its huge! Fabulous Artwork and love the Bingo Balls. Thanks for sharing. Karen.xReplyDelete
Hi Karen, I had no idea that my BINGO balls would be so popular. I've had them for a long time and the only thing that I can think of to do with them is using them for feet on small wooden boxes. Do you have any ideas?Delete
What a DELIGHTFUL space Connie!!!! Loved every nook and cranny. It is always nice to be able to have a place just for us artists. So happy that you have created that space for yourself ;0) I'm now following your blog....hugs-SReplyDelete
Good Morning Sandra, well you have made my morning . . . having you as a follower is an honor. Thank you! I love your artwork and could get lost looking through your journal pages, they are amazing. I know that we will be great blogging friends.Delete
First of all, thank you for visiting Gaia and I on our blogs, and for your kind words (And yes, I do stick nails wherever I want on the wood walls, and constantly move things around ;-)!
Next, I Love, Love, Love your Art Barn. what an absolutely cool place. You have gotten it so organized and things so well placed. Beautiful! I want to come over and hang out in your painted chair.
Thanks so much for the tour,
Gwen Simmons (A glitch in Time)
It would be wonderful having you visit and play with me out in the barn. When people suggested that I sheet rock my barn . . . I said absolutely no . . . I put up plywood interior walls for the same reason. I want to be able to put a nail anywhere and hang things all over the place, LOL. I'm delighted that you like my painted chair. Last week I saw a loveseat for $40 that would be perfect fabric to paint . . .sadly I don't have room for it, or it would have been my next painting project:)Delete
Wow, your space is amazing, Connie! I love that adorable "Daydreaming" chair. If my craft room wasn't actually in my house, my poor hubby would probably starve, because I would never want to leave my space! As for those bingo balls, I would create a vignette somewhere in my house with some of those balls as the main feature. They are really cool! Thanks for sharing your creative space, Connie.ReplyDelete
Hi Carol, Thank you for stopping in to visit and I am delighted that you like my daydreaming chair, it was fun to paint:) Maybe I will bring some of those balls into the house . . . I do like them as they are, but I just think that there is an amazing craft that I could use them in . . . maybe I need to sit in my chair and daydream about them, LOL.Delete
Hi Connie! I'm trying to catch up on reading and replying to comments today as I was away all weekend! Your art barn is one of my favorite creative spaces in all of blogland! I would love to have so much space. The cozy chair just makes me want to come hang out with you and watch you create, but of course, I would want to join in so I would have to move my tush to the cute little stool and play along with you! I just love it ALL!!! You are one talented and creative lady. Hope you have a wonderful week my friend! Hugs, VickyReplyDelete
Hi Vicky, Nothing would please me more than to have you come over to play . . .to bad we live so far away from each other. Thanks you for your sweet words and for being such a sweet blogging sister:)Delete
The art barn is adorable! Something every crafter wishes she had! The inside looks like the perfect spot to get creative. Love all of your ideas. The bingo balls I can't help you with, but I laughed at seeing them. I just bought an old bingo game (you know, the cage thing that you turn) complete with bingo balls, and I think my husband thinks I'm a little silly!ReplyDelete
Oh, I think it would be wonderful to have the balls and a cage. I'm sure you will find a great spot for displaying it:) I'm happy that you like my space, I like it, too. I never dreamed that I would have a space this size . . .well, that's not true, I dreamed it, but I never thought my dream would come true:)Delete
I am over the moon in love with your art barn! I want to make art in that barn...we have a barn but it looks nothing like that, just old and creepy. Wow where do I begin? Your painting is amazing, love the chair and your birds in your art journal, the vintage aprons, all the delicious supplies, love it all! Thank you for sharing, I will be back around to snoop some more.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness Sandy, you have filled me up with so many compliments that my cup is running over :) I am delighted that you like my space and my artist talent . . . not trained, but gifts from my Lord. I was always the shy children that entertain herself with pencils, crayons and paper dolls. Being part of a sisterhood of creative and talented women has lifted this part of my life. I have been blogging for thee years and it is wonderful. So many friendships, so much sharing of ideas and so much encouragement. Thank you for your sweet words, I truly appreciate your kindness.Delete
Connie your "art barn" is fabulous and I am sooo glad you joined the party this year!! That painted chair you did so adorable I cant even tell you... wait, I just did!! Yes. It's awesome. Thanks for sharing it with us!!!ReplyDelete
Dear Sweet Karen, I do not know if you truly understand what a wonderful thing you have started with this yearly blogging party. It not only opens up creative spaces for all of us to enter and snoop around gathering ideas for organizing and decorating, but it gives us a chance to open up and invite new friends to be a part of the things that bring us joy. I think each person's space says so much about their personality . . . some in how they live and who they are, and some in how they want to live and who they are deep inside . . . the inner child that loves having fun. I am not even a third of the way through with the tours . . . but I am loving every door I enter. Thank you . . .you're doing something very special :)Delete
What an exciting place, just bursting with creativity. I could spend years in there!ReplyDelete
Hi Rosemary, I certainly plan on spending years there . . . just having fun doing the things I love. Thank you so much for visiting . . . you're a great blogging friend . . . I always enjoy your visits here and my visits to your lovely blog :)Delete
I wish I had such a creative barn with all the supplies!ReplyDelete
And your collection of stamps - incredible, wish I had such an impressive collection:-)
Absolutely love it:-)
Hello Nitka, I wish that you did, too. I started saving years and years ago, so when the time came I purchased this ready built barn shell and had it delivered. Then processed to insulate, panel and wire . . .dollars turn into tens and tens turn into twenties, it really is amazing how after you start saving for something, all you want to do is save and not spend. Believe me this didn't happen over night for me. Lots of cutting my hair myself (not always too pretty) and things like that. I'm delighted that you like it, I feels truly blessed :)Delete
I'm a little late! Oh my goodness! How cute! I see so many things I could use. :) Don't you just love having a space that is all yours. I dreamed about having a small building for years. Finally gave up and settled for my little sewing room. I enjoyed seeing all your pretty things.ReplyDelete
I do enjoy my space. I have had a saving account for years, usually only dipping into it when my daughter needed help (that's what mommas do, right). Then we bought our cottage and it was smaller than our other house, where I used a bedroom. So, I decided to buy this barn and turn it into my space. I do love it and I'm grateful that I started that saving account years ago :)Delete
What a cute barn! It looks so colorful and cheerful. I like that chair... if the girl's eyes were dark brown instead of blue she would basically be me. :0ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by O Deer and leaving a comment! :D
I am so happy that you stopping in to visit and tour my space. I'm also delighted that you like my barn and chair:)Delete
What a cute creative barn. It is so bright and fun! Love your chair you have been creating. Thanks for visiting my studio and leaving a sweet comment. Wishing you many blessings.ReplyDelete
Hi Sheila, thanks for visiting me, too :) It has been fun touring everyone's creative space. I'm getting so much inspiration.Delete
Hi Connie, Thanks so much for visiting my blog a few days ago. Love the hexagon quilt, something I've planned on making for years but haven't. Also love you Art Barn! I'm your newest follower!ReplyDelete
Good Morning Faye, I am so happy to have you as a follower. I have made so many wonderful friends through blogging. I see that you live in Montana . . . that is one gorgeous state. I'm delighted that you like my barn and my quilting. I am fairly new to the world of quilting, but once that old quilting bug bite you . . . you're hooked. Please remember to visit next week and get in on my Give-A-Way:)Delete
I realize I'm late visiting, but I couldn't miss this opportunity to see your beautiful and creative studio. I love everything about this place, including your stamps, the way you store your ink pads, the way you store your sewing thread, and your sewing area in general. I also love the new chair and laughed at the sentiment on it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your lovely craft space with us. I'm still swooning!
I am delighted that you came to visit and that you like everything so much. My barn is a dream come true for me and a wonderful space to spread out and get creative. Have a lovely week and be sure to revisit next week and get in on my Give-A-Way :)Delete
O MY!!! Where do I start????? First of all , it amazes me that you have this magnificent free standing place in which to create!!! I am green with envy!! I love everything about it. I am at work now but will be back so I can take a better look!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such a nice comment!!
Good Morning Deb, I have to pinch myself every now and than, to believe my barn is real. When we purchased this old place last year my husband was so excited about the shop, but there wasn't much room for my stuff. I thought about putting it in the well house and making a studio there, but it does have a dampest that would not have been the best. So, I broke into my personal savings account (many years of a dollar here and there) and purchased this barn. They delivered it and leveled it and then we started insulating and making it my space. I love it and feel very blessed. I never knew what I was saving for . . . but I do now, LOL. Thanks so much for visiting and come back next week and get in on my Give-A-Way:)Delete
You've created a Crafty Wonderland! What a fun "Art Barn"...lucky you!ReplyDelete
Hi Maggie, thank you, I am delighted that you like it.Delete
What an amazing art barn! This is one of those reasons I love this blog hop--seeing such a creative space!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing!
Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping in to visit. I have been enjoy these studio tours, too. Just yesterday I went to a garage sale and purchased two amazing shelves for extra storage. I already have them painted and in the barn:)Delete
What a great barn full of your creative flair. I am sure people love to create in there with you. I once had a space all of my own in an old shed that I fitted out as my design room to seeing yours makes me realise what I once had. I hope you continue to enjoy your special place of creativity.ReplyDelete
Hi Heather, I love my space and never dreamed that I would actually have something this nice. I feel very blessed and will most certainly be enjoying it as long as I possibly can.Delete
Hi Connie, what an awesome space filled with all your treasures! Love your chair project, beautifully done!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Hi Diana, thank you for the visit. I'm happy you like my space:)Delete
Oh my gosh! I love your cute "Art Barn." What a great place to create. I also really like your blue storage cupboard. Thanks for the tour and for visiting me at Scraps of My Life.ReplyDelete
Hi Donna, thanks for popping in to see my space. I am enjoying peeking into all of these wonderful creatively studios. There is so much to see and to glean from :)Delete
This is simply wonderful, Connie. I love your Art Barn and the way you have everything organized. It's so pretty and fun. I love your latest project. That chair is filled with whimsy. It makes me smile. Your tour has given me so many ideas for my own space. Thanks for sharing, Connie. I'm inspired! xo ~ NancyReplyDelete
Hi Nancy, it won't be long now until your cottage is finished, then you will have time to play around with your own creative space. I love everything that you are doing to the cottage. You're adding so many lovely unique features. I'm sure that all the research that you have done on small spaces for your blog has come in very handy for getting ideas. It's going to be so wonderful. Every time I think of you I picture you as I saw you last in your big summer hat, with garden trowel in hand. You looked so pretty . . . when I'm working in my yard, I'm a sight for sore eyes, LOL. Well, I better cut this short or Steve is going to be calling me to get in the car for church. I just had a few minutes to check my blog. Have a happy day!Delete
Oh Connie, I just ADORE your art barn! Thank you for the comprehensive guided tour! I smiled all the way round it. It is such a fabulous space, and everywhere I can see your own special and individual imprint. I love the stool as you come in! Great invitation! You have made your country cottage so much your own in every respect, and even from way across the ocean I can feel the very special atmosphere there. I wish I could hop over and see it all in person, give you a huge hug, and share a cup of tea with you!!!!!ReplyDelete
Bingo balls? Dolls' heads!
Thank you for your visit and your lovely comment. Glad you like my cousin's card. Our Post Office doesn't charge more for square cards, but it does charge more for larger ones (and that includes thicker, too) - it's a stupid system and we're always getting caught out with it. Last year I sent a friend a card with quite a thick bee on it, and she had to go to her local post office and pay extra in order to receive it! Outrageous. We already have a 2-tier system (1st and 2nd class - 1st is supposed to be guaranteed next day delivery which is a joke) and they recently introduced this size variation too. In the old days it was a flat rate system and you just paid extra for weight (parcels etc) and everything arrived the next day. They even had a 2nd post delivered in the afternoons. Now we pay far more, and get a miserable service in exchange!! (End of Shoshi's rant.)
I'm busy making cards for a friend who shares her birthday with her hubby, and she's going to be in hospital recovering from a huge bowel surgery so she needs cheering up. I can't post about them till they've received them but I've made the get well card and now have the 2 birthday ones to make! Lots of bright colours and fun to make her smile!
Hi Shoshi, it is always wonderful hearing from you. . . I get to know you better with each correspondence. I'm happy that you like my art barn and it would be lovely if you lived close enough to drop in to play and have tea. Our postal service is the same . . . if you have anything that you might question at all, you better take it to the post office and have it weighed and measured. It just adds another chore to your daily list. The good side is that I have met some nice people standing in line and sometimes see an old friend that I haven't seen in years:)Delete
Your art barn is Wonderful!!! I really enjoyed looking around and admiring your art. I'm really smitten with the birds you've painted in your journal,they are so cute! I think my fave piece is your stool. I would gladly love to sit my tushie down and create something with you!♥ Thanks for sharing your space with us I'm so glad you could take part this year!ReplyDelete
Joining this link party has been so much fun. It is my first time doing this. I have enjoyed seeing all the marvelous studios and have visited with new blogging sisters and made new friends. I am delighted that you like my space, it's a wonderful retreat and place to spread my messes out and leave them until finished. It's my dream come true :) I wish you could come over and visit and sit your tushie down and play with me, too :)Delete
What a wonderful journey through your special space, Connie. How I'd love to nose around in there in person! You are an amazingly talented lady. Thanks for the invite!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much. It would be my pleasure to let you snoop around in person . . . have lunch together and maybe even make something :)Delete
Thank you for sharing your beautiful space with us. It is gorgeous! What an amazing place to create. I just love the way you have decorated it and organized it. I am your new follower. :) xxx MariaReplyDelete
Great crafting space! I love your stool and chair.ReplyDelete