A few weeks ago, my brother who is both talented and skilled in the art of wood-working, built this table by request of a friend.
The fathers in my life are all coffee-lovers so I chose this as theme for this year's Father's Day!
So I participate in a Facebook page called HGTV Fixer Upper Show Followers. It has many thousands of people who love Fixer Upper and Joanna Gaines lovely sense of style. We talk decor and re-do quite often. Farmhouse chic is the major theme.
So many people think of Scrapbooking as a huge, overwhelming task that takes forever and costs a fortune. While it can be all those things, it certainly doesn't have to be.
The Scrapbooking continues.
Ahh Stampin' Up!
IThree years ago, I fell off a cruise ship and broke my knee. In three places. I had surgery and spent 2 months on some very powerful narcotics. Somehow, during the time I was injured and subsequently retrofitted with stainless steel parts and pieces, my scrap-craftiness got lost and even though I had spent the previous 16 years as an enthusiastic lover of all things Scrapbooking, suddenly, I was no longer that girl.
I can't even remember how it started--but a while back I became infatuated with all the many uses and reuses there are for old drawers.
So it was a festive Valentine's Day here...I did a little decorating around my paper room...
In no particular order...
Labels: Life in Texas
Blogging...it's one of those tasks I have tried to do for the past 2 years but haven't managed to do because I couldn't sit in front of a laptop for an extended period of time. My laptop travels and when it's home, so is Joal, so I would rather not be staring at a screen when I can be here with him.