Thursday, May 19, 2011
The Sunday before I ask all the men or children to bring a pic of MOM. But this was the week of the tornado's. I only got a few.
We decided to have the Brunch as scheduled because many of us still did not have power. And a hot, or warm, home cooked meal would be appreciated. As it turned out the power came back on at 9 p.m on Saturday.
I sat up 6 card tables, 4- 8 footers and put candle light on each. Because we thought we were going to eat with no electricity. Thank you Mr Power man, we had hot coffee.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Decorating for a party is what I love to do. I found this theme from Studio 5. And I knew right away, it was going to be created one way or the other.
Color theme- Brown, gold, black, spring green.
I just so happen had a few old patterns to make tissue balls.
They were not easy because of the different sizes in the patterns.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Sunday, May 15, 2011
A photo from Anthropology and a fellow craft er trying to duplicate the look.
Maybe instead of food coloring I would use that scrapbooking ink.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Monday, May 09, 2011
Two Funky Junky Chicks
Is a monthly girls night out social,
jerri wood and Tonya hadder.
Bring your favorite non alcoholic beverage and create along with Jerri and Tonya as they show you step by step project’s.
Each 4th Tuesday we will meet at Dry Creek Antiques
Cost is $10.00
Our next craft night is Tuesday, May, 23
To complete this months craft you will need:
¼ yard satin fabric ( Hobby Lobby has it for $2.99 yd)
Scissors ( fabric cutting scissors)
Something round like button, checker, old earring, watch face, pearls ect.
Match or lighter
We will bring you a feather to complete the project
Next month only
Bring a friend that has never joined us and you only pay $8.00
Friday, May 06, 2011
First- If you know me, you know I love porch beds. Had to post the new one...So inviting.
Second- Computer still not fixed. I still can't find my photos and favorites. Boo Hoo!
Third- The Alabama tornado's have been devastating. Pictures bring tears and I am trying to help as much as I can. All is welcomed. I pray and pray some more. But friend, family, neighbors and all Alabamians will be okay. We will pull together, and help each other. This is what we do. The South takes care of it's own. But prayer is needed. And if you sent a buck or two to help, if you sent a blanket or can good to a relief effort, if you bought a T-shirt printed to help. I THANK YOU! from the bottom of my heart.