I think I need to learn how to use my camera a little better...the photos aren't so hot...but here is a clip of a project we finished recently:
You should make an appointment to see it in person...like I said, the photos aren't so great but the property is!
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
And thanks to my friend Tom at Spectrum Printing, we had the prettiest booth of all the exhibitors:
(Seriously, if you need great quality printing with exceptional service, call and ask for Tom...isn't my banner just beautiful?! He created some beautiful pens & nametags for me too.)
ANYWAY, back to the famous part, right? My colleague, Dana (she is fabulous and is coming soon to the "About" page on my website) and I were just working away, visiting with all of the lovely women at the event and didn't even know we were being filmed by a local news crew. But obviously our beautiful booth just attracted the attention of the camera....
So check out the first few seconds of this clip: FOX NEWS.
My mom is so proud!
Friday, July 16, 2010
We had just put the zebra rug on top of the newly purchased sisal rug, and were standing back to admire our handy work when Dexter lumbered in and decided he liked it too.
Some things you just know are right in your home sweet home....
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Looking for a fun, unique piece to add to your new or existing design??
Veer off the beaten path and try a thrift store! You’ll be amazed at the incredible treasures you can find and not to mention, CHEAP! Check out this fun, Classic Radio Flyer Tricycle I found for $12 at Goodwill, which retails at $67.99.
Can’t wait to use it in my next project!
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
If your house is on the market and your appliances are still plugged in (and working) - make sure you stock the refrigerator with plenty bottled water. Don't forget to let your potential home buyers know that it's available. This can easily be done by posting a note with a fun simple magnet on the face of the fridge :-)
Your potential home buyers will definitely appreciate this simple yet SO thoughtful detail!