Saturday, November 28, 2009

A Peek at Progress

Hello Friends,
I hope your Thanksgiving was full of good food and time spent with family and friends. I know mine was. The turkey wasn't dry and I didn't forget to put anything on the table so I was pleased. It amazes me what preparation goes into one meal. Three days of cleaning and buying. Two days of cooking, cleaning and getting ready. 30 minutes to eat and another two days to clean up and put all of the china and silverware back into storage. Most of the family that came to dinner this year will be visiting the other side of the family next year so we may try something new, like visit Washington DC and have dinner in a fancy restaurant. We'll see.

Friday is Red Friday and my shop will be full of new goodies all with Free Shipping! Don't forget to click on the Red Friday badge to the left to see all of the other Etsy shops that will be offering Free Shipping as well.
Here are a few peeks at what I will be offering...

I hope to see you there!


sUz said...

wOw tRaCy, you have been a very busy girl! I ADORE those spool houses - they are too much fun!

See you on red friday!

sUz :)

in the light of the moon said...

Such wonderful new pieces!!!Just lovely!!Warmest regards,Cat

CourtneyP said...

Those spools are so cute! Love em!
I am glad your dinner went well. I have escaped the task of cooking for all of my years .... thank god!

Micki said...

Oh your goodies are fantastic, those spool houses are sure to go quickly!

Micki x

Cris said...

Oh I love them all! Especially the sparkly angels!

Heidi said...

Angels, ornaments and little houses, oh my! I need to be getting ready for an open house this coming Friday but would rather be sitting at the computer to watch all your cool stuff hit your shop! Thanksgiving can be a lot of work but at our celebration we divided the resposibilities into thirds. It didn't seem so hard on any one person. Good luck on your red Friday!

Anonymous said...

I love my sparkly angel I leave her up all year! te he he! But now I am eyeballing up those adorable spool houses!