If you look on her bedside table you will notice the plaque with a B that I made. This is one that I copied awhile back from Joy. If you visit her I promise you will get almost an idea a day!!!! Instead of using scrapbook paper on the back, I used a piece of the fabric from the curtains and used Mod Podge. I think it turned out great. Look at this next picture.
Kristen did this for Breanna when my son and his wife first adopted her. She has done a wall hanging for almost all of my grandchildren and they are all unique to each child's liking (ballerina, baseball, etc.). She has started selling these so if you are interested check her site and leave her a comment. These are wonderful!
Carolyn at Cranberry Crossings has given me this award. I am quite honored. I love reading Carolyn's blog every day. I am supposed to name 6 bloggers to pass this award to. This is very hard because I noticed that some have already received the award and I want to try not to give it to someone who has just gotten it. I really think all of you should receive it but these are the ones I have chosen:
- Darlene from Darlene's Days. I love reading about her family and she has helped me so much.
- Angie from The Happy Homebody. This is a talented girl! She loves red, roosters, and can take anything and make something beautiful.
- Kristen from The Family Fields. Kristen is the one who made the Breanna wall hanging....VERY talented. She writes about her life as a mom and I love her honesty.
- Shannon from Bless Our Nest. I love reading her blogs and seeing how organized she is. When someone decorates their laundry room you know they have it all together!!
- Amy from A Beautiful Disaster. Amy is my daughter and although she says she doesn't get to blog as much as she would like (because she's a mom to three & teacher), is so talented and writes from her heart.
- Sharon from A Second Helping. Sharon is a brand new blogger. Although she has only posted a few times, I have already listed her as one of my favorite places to visit. You'll see why!
THANK YOU AGAIN, Carolyn.