My order did arrive and look…how sweet of her to wrap my hearts up so pretty. In my state of frenzy to open and see, I suddenly realized that this should be documented.
I mean shouldn’t all of her time and thoughtfulness be shouted from my rooftop. Too many times I just silently note something to be awesome, but don’t take the time to share it with others.
Her presentation is something to brag about!
I am completely ga.ga over my tin hearts.
Betty said that I would love the heart cut out of the ceiling tin…see the one with the scrolls?
Oh! she does know me well.
It is divine!
This is how I used my last order of tin hearts. My best selling design during the Christmas season.
I might go back to this again at a later date. But something tells me that spring is near. Even though we have ice on the ground again and the wind chills were -4 last night. 😦 burrr!
Stay tuned for some springtime rustic works…I’m thinking chippy paint, crusty rusty tin, some rough and textured beads…
oh! speaking of beads!
NATALIE @ NKP BEADS
In November Natalie posted a story about some beads she had worked on and of course I left a comment about how much I loved them. You can see her post here, honestly I think her beads are one of the reasons I continue to make crosses. I need a reason to buy them. But…guess what she did?
Yep you got it. They’re mine. And I never want to use them because they are so wonderful.
I think that qualifies as hoarding. I’m pretty sure that is wrong.
No worries…I can hear my conscience talking to me already.
I really have learned to dislike that voice.
You can drool over Natalie’s over at her Etsy shop; NKP BEADS
just don’t take any of the ones I want! 🙂 *wink*
MY VERY FIRST GIVE.A.WAY ENDS TOMORROW
and then I get to draw for the winner!
How exciting is that?
If you didn’t get a chance to enter for the Musical Flower Bouquet you still have time!