Monday, November 17, 2008

11/17/08 WIP Princess of Quite a Lot


18 comments:

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I have never tried lavender in a container, I will give it a try next year.
Your stitchwork is very pretty, you should post more photos.

Lynne Laura said...

Oh, I just love Princess of Quite a Lot! I use to have a mug but it broke. Haven't seen a lot of ME stuff lately, don't know what is going on there. I do know her magazine is done though. You've done lovely work here.

Lynne Laura

Tami said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering my giveaway, your name is added!

Have a blessed CHRISTmas!

nikkicrumpet said...

LOL...that is the cutest thing! I love it...My daughter so needs something with that saying on it!!

Kimberly said...

Thanks for stopping by hub's Tuesdays with Dorie post! I posted this reply to your comment:

"Why, Susancnw, why?? What were you thinking??!? As if they didn't dream up enough of this crazy stuff on their own...without you jumping in there and stirring the pot! :D"

heehee...have a great day!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Susan, thank you for stopping by & for leaving a comment. So nice to meet you & I hope you'll come back often. I'm always up to something!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Very cute! I love Mary Engelbreight.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Susan, if it's glass, I really think you can just spray paint over it without sanding. I have a glass lamp base that I sprayed & it's never chipped at all. It should stick just fine. Thank you for stopping by!

Leigh said...

I can't wait to hear what you decided to do with your cabinets! Be sure and post pictures!

And I love this crossstitch piece. I love Mary Englebright!

Meari said...

Hi Susan -- Thanks for visiting my blog. Just get some painter's tape. I use the blue stuff. Tape the trim around the door down by the floor. That should substantially reduce the amt of stain on trim.... although, I imagine you'd be using a LOT of tape if you do door trim and baseboard.

jennifer said...

Love all things ME - her magazine is one of my favorites. You are probably right, here in the South pearls probably would go with my Alabama tshirt!

Have a lovely day!



ACK! My word verification is "aging". How true, how true...

kymber said...

Hi Susan,
Thanks for stopping by to say hi and leaving some helpful suggestions for me to try out on my bathroom dilemma. I LOVE the idea of your blog and hope that you continue it. It is such great motivation for all of us to share craft items we are working on. I love your sampler and ADORED Mary Englebreit. There is so much encouragement here in blogland. I will check back to see how you are doing so keep posting!
Blessings to you,
Kymber

jen said...

Hey!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your cross stitch is adorable. I'll be back to visit. Hope you continue to post.

Jen

Dixie's Whimsey said...

hi susan... the shops in League City are grouped together and look like a bunch of little houses. Coming into the old part of town they're just passed that weird intersection on the right.have fun! Dixie

Mama said...

Hi Susan you are funny, change out the seasons lol, I like your princess stitchin stuff :)

kari and kijsa said...

Love this!! Just catching up- have a fabulous weekend!
blessings,
kari & kijsa

Chiloe said...

Thanks for stopping by !!! Have you made any new progress on this piece? I'd love to see a picture ;-) ( I have the kit ;-) )

Chiloe said...

I got the Hello kitty kit from www.sewandso.co.uk but I just learnt from a fellow blogger that we can get free shipping worldwide with www.stitchability.co.uk and www.artsanddesigns.com Always good to know, right ;-) The name is floral kitty heart by DMC. Hope it helped !!!