Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Girls Back Porch Shop

First I wanted to show you my grunged up picture. Look how transparent those bottles look.
I am way excited...about what, you ask. I ordered a Wacom Bamboo Pen and Tablet!!! What will I do with my new toy...you ask.lol. I don't know yet...but it will be fun!! lol
I took my things to Dawn at the Girls Back Porch. If you are in the neighborhood of Keizer,
be sure and stop in. Remember I told you it was a "primitive" shop...how cute is this place!!!
See the quilt hanging on the wall...done by Carol Curtis...she does the most beautiful work!
See the my little plates on their easels. They fit right in.
She put a few on this table too. Now I need to get busy and fill up my Etsy and Ebay!
I would like you take notice of my banner and "contact" button.
I met the most wonderful person through blogging, her name is Susie
She made these for me! Please...visit her blogs...yes, I said blogs.
I can hardly keep up with one.lol
Be sure and tell her HI for me!


The Joy of Nesting said...

Oh Little Miss I can see right now that LW is very happy that me and the checkbook are both MANY miles away from you!!!! :)

when you have a moment come by (wait till 9:30pm your time, I'm not quite finished yet) I wanted to thank you for my wonderful box of "treasures"!!

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Halo Hill said...

What a sweetheart Susie must be! Don't you meet the sweetest friends through blogging?! I sure do and I just love that!


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Well now, how "cool" is that banner and contact button!!!! Adorable! And your little coaster/plates with the snowmen on them look so cute in your friend's shop!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

Anonymous said...

Laurie, I think your art fits in anywhere. I mix fancy with prims and other styles. I think it's all in the color matching and scale that makes things work. Aren't some of the most charming and inviting places the ones where things are even sort of hodge-podged together!
To me, that speaks of a person or family that enjoys life as they make it, and isn't dictated to by trends.
I love what you did with your photo!

Jacqueline said...

Hello from Washington my dear bloggin' friend. You had asked where to find those snowflakes on my blog. Just click on the right hand side where it says to "get the snowflakes" and I think you will be able to get them from there. I did that from another persons blog and it worked!
The pictures of the shop are fun to see. Primative finds are so heart warming and cozy. Have a charming Wednesday!

Lou Cinda said...

Oh my goodness! I LOVE these!! LOVE THEM!! You are so talented! The snomen are so CUTE!!

I am so glad you left a comment on my blog because it led me to yours!

I am a follower and I will be back!!

Lou Cinda :)

Susie Jefferson said...

I'm so glad you like the header and button - the background is a perfect fit! I love that you put the snow effect on, it's just the finishing touch.

Your plates look adorable in their new home... although I don't think they'll be there for long, lol. Your lovely work is now in a lovely setting. Yaay!

Sandy said...

Hi Laurie,
I like your blog design...especially your email button with your lovely snowman silver spoon!

Teacup Lane (Sandy)

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