Although I have not appeared on this blog, I have been quite a busy lady. I traveled to Texas for a very quick convention with The Button Farm. I returned home for a day, literally just enough time to grocery shop and finish up packing for a trip to the woods. We went camping at Baxter State Park with some family. Guess what we saw?? A bear! I have no pictures to prove it but its true. We also saw two mama moose and their babies. It was a beautiful sight. I'll share a photo below.
Anyway, I have put together this shadow box that I received from The Button Farm. It is amazing. Not sure if you can tell but the photo is from Christmas and we were all in our pj's. It is still a good family photo that matched the colors of the design. Don't you love the tiny bottles at the bottom of the box. The only thing I am having trouble with are those darn stickers on the bottles. They are self-adhesive but didn't stick well. I added red line tape but that did not seem to work either. Maybe I didn't take the tape all the way to the end. I must try again. It was a gift for my husband on Father's day.
I also have some other creations up my sleeve. But first, I must tell you the great news. I have been asked to be on the design team and to be the blog editor for Farmhouse Paper Company. I am thrilled. This is very exciting for me and I hope that you will stop by and check out there product. I will follow with a link next week. When I can, I will sneak you peaks of some of the goodies that I have created for CHA in July. Until then, here are a few things that are already out there.............a class being taught by The Button Farm using Farmhouse Paper.
Yum, some pretty stuff, huh?
I also received a goody box in the mail the other day. I am sooooo excited to use these little fellas in something really soon.
I am thinking I could leave them raw or mist them. We shall see. I do have paint but must be desperate to bring them out. Sometimes it seems like too much trouble.
Thanks for stopping in. Peace out!
PS: Here is the photo of the Moose we saw. We were probably 20 feet away.
Here are some other photos of the camping trip too. Roman went down into an ice cave, fed a chipmunk, and caught some fish.