Sunday, July 15, 2012

Hat Box Swap, Kidney stone & Finds

I signed up for the Hat Box Swap, that Michele had. The one above is what I made for my partner, Kathy.


This is the hat box Kathy made for me and all the goodies inside. This was a FUN swap and had me thinking outside of the "box"..THANK YOU, Kathy for being my partner and for all the goodies.











THANK YOU for all your Prayers!! This wicked little kidney stone was passed last night before bed! Feeling like my Old Self!! God is so good!!! I am going to the Dr tomorrow and will find out what kind of stone it is and see how to prevent this from happening again! Thank you for being such good friends! WHO knew about the kindness in computer land! XO







SO...hubby and I went to the flea market this morning and these are the treasures I found. The peacock feathers are so pretty. The lady has them for pets and collects the feathers when the birds molt...pretty cool! I bought 5 and have them in the living room.






Also stopped at a 2nd day estate sale and picked up these for the shops.

Thank You to all the nice gals that visited my "studio/craft room". I appreciate all the kind comments and visits.

Guess it's going to be ANOTHER hot & humid week. I'll try not to melt!!! You keep Cool Too!

Deb :)

38 comments:

Perfectly Printed said...

So glad you're feeling better! What great finds!!! You seem to have te best luck!!

chris

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

So sorry to hear about the kidney stone episode, Deb! I'm glad it passed and you don't need surgery! That sure doesn't sound like fun! I loved seeing the photos of your studio space...so organized and creative! It inspires me to get my own space done! You sure had some fun finds this week!

Kim K. said...

My deepest sympathies for your kidney stone. My husband has passed several stones and it's just awful to watch him in such horrible pain. I hope you are feeling better. Your treasures and hatbox swap are just wonderful.

NanaDiana said...

I am so sorry about the kidney stone. They are certainly not selective as to who the choose to visit. I hope that you are feeling better by now.

The hatbox swap is wonderful! xo Diana

Bonnie Jobe said...

I do so love the hatboxes!!! What a great idea for a swap...and useful too!

Glad you are on the mend...those buggers are no fun at all!

Take care,

Bonnie

Blessed Serendipity said...

Thank goodness you passed the stone Deb. Hope you are feeling much better.

xo,
Danielle

vintage grey said...

So happy you are feeling better!! Such a blessing! Wonderful finds!! Love your hatbox, and the one you received!! xo Heather

vivian said...

OHHHHH... I bet that hurt!! so glad its over with. I hope it never happens again.
the hat box swap looks like lots of fun! Both are wonderful! Im just how much fun to make and of all the fun things you could put inside!
well its monday again.. they come sooo fast! was supposed to be off today, but decided to go in because I have so much work to do there!
have a great week
xoxo

boopnut said...

Glad you passed that stone but sorry you had to suffer through it.
Love the swap and finds!
Deb

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Yeah! So glad you the stone is out! Have a wonderful day! Twyla

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Glad you are feeling better, Deb. I have heard that can be painful. Glad you liked your box.

My Vintage Mending said...

Deb...I don't even want to guess what kind of pain that was. Just glad its gone. Great finds. How you decide what to put in the shop is beyond me. I am prone to keep it all...smiles...Rene

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

glad you're feeling better Deb! ♥

Theresa said...

Glad you passed the stone! It's a NEW day:) LOVE all of your finds and the sweet hatboxes!

Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

glad u got it out. I had to have surgery for mine in march.

Debby said...

Oh those are so painful.....glad it is gone.
A friends' son's wedding used peacock feathers as a theme for their wedding. It was beautiful. Very elegant.
Love the swaps.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Deb, Glad to read you passed that stone and feeling better. It is incredible that the size of something so small can cause so much trouble.
Love your hatbox treasures for the swap.
Blessings, Celestina Marie

Lisa said...

So many fun finds! Love the hat boxes.

Glad you are feeling better....ouch!

Michele's Treasures, Teacups, and Tumbling Rose Cottage said...

Ouch!! Those things are nasty! So glad you are feeling up to your ole self now. ; )
~Michele

Pendleton Primitives said...

I absolutely loathe kidney stones. I had one in my second trimester which put me in the hospital and it was the size of a grain of sand....yours is large! Wow, I'm so glad your ordeal is over. The hat box swap is lovely and so are those kitchen items you found! I love the old Pyrex bowl in the back!
~Christina

Linda @ A La Carte said...

So glad you are feeling better. That little stone must have hurt big time. Love your hatbox swap! You found lots of goodies also. Those feathers are so pretty. I spy a Pink Gooseberry Pyrex casserole in your stash....wonderful find! Big Hugs, Linda

Andy's Attic said...

Deb, so glad that stone passed!! Just FYI for you and anyone else, the main cause of stones is not drinking enough water and getting dehydrated. They often happen in the summer when it is hot and water is important. (Iced tea is NOT the same as water) so everyone...drink your water.
Love your swap and your finds!!

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

YIKES.... Kidney stones are no picnic... My sweet Hubby gets them OFTEN.... Glad you're feeling better......

Great garage sale finds. WoooHoooo! Love a great bargain..

xoxo
Spencer

LBP said...

I've never had a kidney stone but have heard that they are no picnic! Glad you are feeling better! You found some great treasure this weekend! And I loved seeing your post below where you create! Such a welcoming space!

Blessings

Linda

Creative Breathing said...

Deb, I am so glad you are on the mend! I had no idea a kidney stone was so small! Continued good health!

Creative Breathing said...

OOps, I hit enter before I got to type how much I enjoyed the tour of your studio. There are so many supplies! I could craft for hours. No wonder you sent me extra pipe stems last year. You are so good to me, and I truly appreciate it. Please, please, there is no deadline on the blog banner. Don't even worry about it. Be well! Elizabeth

Into Vintage said...

As odd as this sounds, congrats on passing the stone! Much better than some of the alternatives! :-)
And good to hear you're feeling well enough to hit the flea market. whew!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

oooo Deb, I was not online for a couple of days. So sorry that you had the kidney stone, but glad it passed!! Love your finds. The pink Pyrex is a winner.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Something Special said...

I am sure happy to know that you passed that darned old kidney stone. I will bet that was painful. I love seeing your hatbox for kathy, you did a beautiful job. Thanks for posting!

Dorothy Prudie Vintage said...

Deb, I do not envy you on the kidney stones one bit. The doctors say that it is as painful as childbirth. The doctors also say that the juice of lemons helps because it has citric acid or something like that. Also, they will give you a list of foods like nuts that should be eaten sparingly to avoid stones. You know they are going to hit you with the DRINK WATER statement. Ugh. So, drink up. Thanks for sharing all of your goodies.

Cheryl said...

You should make that kidney stone into a ring lol...... I love the box you made, I'm needing to start working with some of the laces I have... so far, all I've made is a pile of lace lol
big hugs,
Cheryl

Joy said...

Awe you poor thing, I didn't know you were hurting. My sis gets these and says how painful they are. Glad it finally passed. Take of yourself. Love that box you made!

KaReN EiLeeN said...

Love shopping for fleas. A lot more fun than kidney stones...never had one, but we have all heard the stories about how painful they are....glad that is all behind you now.
Nice to meet you and find you in blog land.

Warm Wishes,
Karen Eileen

Carol said...

Oh no! Kidney stones are SO painful! (not that I have ever had one, but that is what I understand)
So glad it passed!
The boxes are beautiful!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

So glad you got rid of that kidney
stone.Love the hat box you made and received.Great finds too.
Have a great day.
Hugs,
Marie

mischy said...

salon furniture

Cool finds you have here. Its a unique set of collection. Can I have those kidney stones? lol

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