Saturday, September 4, 2010

This and That...


One of the two articles in Holidays & Celebrations.

I am pleased to announce that I have not one but two articles in this years edition of
Somerset Holidays & Celebrations! This time my spool creations are featured with a complete tutorial, just in case you want to make a few for the holidays. Thanks again to Jennifer Jackson, Assistant Senior Managing Editor at Stampington & Co. for asking me to be a part of this great magazine.
They hit the stands on September 1st so go get your copy!!


I've been away from blogging this week because we have been remodeling the boys bedrooms.
So far the rooms have been cleaned out,
(my gosh they had a lot of stuff!)
new carpet has been installed,
and new beds are being delivered Wednesday.
I started a project painting Alex's dresser that I just love and couldn't part with.
I took lots of pictures to show you the step by step but...
I can't find my camera.
With the entire contents of two rooms spread about the rest of the house, I'm not surprised that it's MIA.
It's probably hiding.
Always one to share the bad with the good, I took pictures of my messy house too. 
So tune in tomorrow for more.

Enjoy your day!

p.s. for those of you who emailed me for better pictures of my family room rug, they are on the missing/hiding camera and I will post them as soon as I can:) 


Anonymous said...

Love the blue spooolie on the left!! Congrats on the article to you so deserve it!!! ElMA

Micki said...

*yay* does a little happy dance for you (ok so i'm not actually dancing but you know what I mean right? ;)

Congratulations on your magazine entry, it's lovely to be friends with someone famous ;)

Can't wait to see your piccies of the house.

Micki x

mystele said...

yay!!! so proud of you, lady! can't wait to see the decor!

Liz Revit said...

Congratulations! I can't wait to pick up a copy of the magazine. Your creations look wonderful.

julie king said...

you go girl! heartfelt congrats! my mom recently gave me a bunch of old OLD sewing supplies and guess what?! yep, about a dozen old wooden spools were hidden within! would love to try to create a few of your lovely style spools

Victorian Lady said...

Hi Tracey! :)
I just caught up with you and want to say 1.Congrats on the articles!
2.Sorry about the flood! 3.Thanks for sharing all your pretty little goodies! A visit to your blog- I always feel so refreshed afterwards- like a glass of lemonade! :)