Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Even though, I am not totally ready to give winter the boot, (still waiting on one great snow storm), spring seems to be starting to "set-up".
Longer, sunnier, slightly warmer days. Birdies chirping. Buds blooming.
I think it will be here soon, and unfortunately, probably without my snow storm.
So, I am "setting up" for a little bit of spring in my neck of the woods.
My Very Talented Hubby did it again.....painted another painting!
See you soon!
Posted by tarrah at 9:05 AM
Monday, February 13, 2012
We have some NEW pottery available here at Indian Trail Pottery!
For those that have seen it in person or via Facebook, it seems to be a new favorite, especially for me!
So far we have done it in Mouse and Winter Forest.
Something else we have that is New....
What do you think of the new texture?
Posted by tarrah at 8:11 AM
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The other night I came home to a very sweet surprise.
I walked in the door and found this on display.
I still stare at it.
A little while back I asked my husband if he would paint me a french tu-tu for some vintage french decor I have going on in my downstairs and also in my bedroom.
I never imagined.....
I think it will be going in my bedroom.
But for now, it is here where I can stare at it.
True Tu-Tu Love.
Posted by tarrah at 8:19 AM
Thursday, February 9, 2012
So, as I stated in my last post, I found a little time to do some creating last week. Actually, my husband has also been doing his share of creating....but that will come in the next post! ;)
As you know, I have been taking the ecourse; Creatively Made. This class has been wonderful for me! It is such an inspirational class, hosted by a wonderful, inspirational woman. I will be sad when it is over.
Our very first project was making journals. Does anyone out there still journal? Are you a jotter, a note taker, a list maker?! I am all of the above,except journaling. But, my goal is to be better with that, and I made this to help me tackle that!
It is filled with vintage papers, a watercolor painted for me by my husband in like a minute, old hymnal pages,an old cookbook page, vintage postcards, sepia toned pictures, and even old ledger papersand checks!
Love the feeling of a collection of papers and textures. It inspires the soul! :)
I love how it got and it really did help inspire me and got me excited about journaling more. And let me tell ya, Jeanne from Creatively Made certainly gave me a lot to think and journal about!
Put your words in print, and let them last forever....