I've been all over the place the last few weeks.
Dividing my time between kids, home, & art stuff.
You all know what a balancing act life is.
Sometimes I do well, sometimes not so good.
As much as I love doing workshops, it's a lot of work & it's put me behind in all kinds of ways.
But happily I've finished up some projects.
New bottles for dear friends.
I'm making more for my etsy shop.
Speaking of etsy.....
Thanks to everyone for ordering my Holiday Slipper tutorial & kits.
I'm working on more as we speak!
I bought a couple of tutorials myself last week.
I'll share more about them next post!
We took a little Paper Cowgirl field trip to Canton on the 6th.
It was the perfect month to go.
All the dealers had their holiday finery in full view.
So many sights to behold,
Some downright silly.
That is a fan on her cart.
Wish I was her dog!
It was Cami's first Canton trip.
She was in wonder-land for sure.
You wanna see my sweet haul?
This book was my favorite find. It is absolutely beautiful!
The pages are slightly spotted, which I love & the illustrations....amazing.
The book was published in 1853, tissue still in place!
Isn't it all pretty?
This iron cover will be perfect in a collage or assemblage & I think I'll fill the metal milk caps with resin.
That same week I got a package from Dawn.
She was my personal shopper at The Country Living Fair in Atlanta.
This little orphaned shoe will hang from my tree this year.
One of the many things I collect are old lesson books.
I wonder if one of my old notebooks is floating around somewhere.
Gosh I hope not.
Friday after I dropped the kids off at school I saw a garage sale,
so of course I stopped.
I got this sewing machine for $25. & some other goodies.
When I wasn't out shopping, I was cheering on my kids.
They ran the 'Panther Race' at school Friday.
9 laps in 30 minutes!
Not bad for a kindergartner.
I have so much more I want to share with you.
My swap with Tina, the newest Round Robin pages, & some big news!