Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Playing Around

Playing around with scrabble words and little treasures...made these last night...
My Tiny Tears on my night stand and one of my baby photos and little Miss Kailee's photo. Yes her little fingers have been chewed on...my Mom made her this dress.

Shells, door plate, plastic gems with a glittered and bling starfish in my bathroom....


I went to a Tim Holtz "grunge roses" class last Thursday evening and made this. Too bad it has a horrible order and is in the garage...hubby and I both noticed an "order" and figured out it was this project... I have "grudged" things for years. I really just wanted to learn how to make the rose.
I'm hoping to meet my friend on Friday to have our lunch date at the General Store, aka "chick place"... keep your fingers crossed :) Yum...large popovers are calling to me..with honey butter!
It's a large store with awesome gift, clothes, treasures and restaurant! If you come and visit me, I'll take you there :)
Warmly,
Deb :)

24 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Love your baby doll and your card is sooo pretty!

Joanne Kennedy said...

I LOVE that picture of you as a little one! So cute and a darling smile!

Have fun on your girl date and good luck finding some great treasures.

Hugs,
Joanne

Theresa said...

Sweet baby doll and OMG the picture of you... how precious! I loved the project with the rose. Sorry it ended up in the garage:) Enjoy the "chick place" with your friend! Have a blessed evening!

Marydon Ford said...

OMG! Tiny tears ... sniff! Memories!!

I was just re-reading your card, again. Love those little valentine's, Deb. TY again.

Hugs, Marydon

~~Carol~~ said...

Oh Deb, you were such a cute little girl, you looked like a little doll yourself!
The rose looks really pretty, and I would love to learn to make one.
Will you pass on your knowledge to all of us on how to make one?
Have fun at the chick place!
Carol

Lisa said...

Fun! It is always good to play!! I like the dogs!!
Hugs, Lisa

Shabby Kim said...

Oooooooooh.. I love the General Store and try to get there several times a year. They have the most beautiful things there and I'm anxious to see what new things they have for Spring. Hope you find some goodies for yourself if you are able to get there on Friday.

My Vintage Studio said...

Your art project from the class is so pretty. I don't care for the new products for aging and grudging. I still use my chalk.

Wishing you a wonderful Wednesday!
Hugs. Sharon

PS I had a Tiny Tear just like that one! My grandmother would make her dresses.

goldenbird said...

You were one gorgeous baby, Deb! Hope you have fun at the General Store ... I'll let you know when I'm stopping by so you can take me there :o)

Tootsie said...

I am LOVING that doll!!! your collections always amaze me. I can't believe you have so many interesting things!
Thanks for the visit friend. I have missed you!

Linda said...

I had a Tiny Tears too and just loved her. My last doll was Terri Lee...I still have her, no idea where my TT baby is.

The General Store sounds great...what time should I be there?? ~ hugs, Linda

Michele said...

Hi Sis ~ what a cutie pie you were and I love that Tiny Tear doll..I so remember those! My dolls fingers used to look just that one!

Wonder why that project had an odor? That's weird!

Wish I could come visit so we could go to the General Store...sounds devine!

Hugz,
Lil Sis

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Such a cute doll. And the picture is darling too. Enjoy your girlfriend date :-)

Jocelyn
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

This is one of my favorite posts ...dolls and pretty shells and starfish! I love everything! ♥

KatCollects said...

Hi Deb,
I wanted to stop in and say a quick Hi. I love the precious photo of you! Thank you again for all of your prayers and good wishes.
Hugs,
Kathy

Julie said...

I just love your blog!! You have the best post! I love the doll, pic and the scrabble things. Awesome job

Dogwood said...

Deb~seeing your Tiny Tears doll brought tears to my eyes. My sissy and I both had those dolls when we were young(er) and loved them. I still have mind. It is sad because her face is looking bad and her arms & leg are literally deteroriating. Maybe I will take her to a doll doctor. I have tons of clothes for her....some we bought but lots I have made.

Have a fun luck with your friend tomorrow.

Hugs, Cory

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

Only you could "bling" up a starfish and have it look so darn good!
Smiles,
Beth

Creative Breathing said...

Hi Deb, Do you think it is the glue? I have received projects from several people that do altered art, and can't keep their beautiful projects in my home at all. The smell is terrible. So happy you learned to make the roses though! Have a great weekend! Elizabeth

Queenie said...

Hey Deb!
Love the little scrabble treasures you made...there are so many neat projects to use the letters for isn't there?!

The baby doll and baby pics are so cute together....they are darling!

That General Store restaurant sounds like such fun...hope you and your friend had a great time.

Have a great weekend! fingers crossed that they'll be some yardsales around here...I think there are three in the paper but I think we are going to get rain...we'll have to wait and see. Happy treasure hunting to you...
Big Hugs,
Queenie

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

Scrabble is my ultimate favourite game....I'm off to explore your blog some more now...first visit....

i think I'll look for your follow button... ciao bella!

carmelina

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

and i forgot to mention that I also have that same 'girl' bust!!!

you can come see her, but I forget which post it might be in....long, longer ago!

ciao for now..
hope to see you soon!
carmelina

THE HOME THAT LOVE BUILT said...

I like your youthful and cheerful spirit Deb. Sweet pictures.

Blessings,
Brook

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Oh Deb! I love that baby picture of you! How neat that you still have your doll and how special that your mom made the dress. A real treasure. Love your scrabble tiles! Twyla