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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Victorian Halloween Tussy Mussy's and a Sneak Peek

Bubba and I went to 2 Flea Markets this morning.  I found some little bits and bobs.  A few vintage millinery flowers, a bit of old lace, an old mirrored dresser tray and a couple of gorgeous frames for my crazy quilting.  I didn't take any photos because it isn't anything all that exciting but you'll see everything eventually as I use them.

When we got home, I packaged up 2 orders, washed some dishes and sat outside on the deck for a little bit.  It's a hot one today!!!!  Very humid again!

I just finished adding a couple more of Mom's Victorian Halloween Tussy Mussy's to the shop:

Mom is having some surgery the end of September to relieve a pinched nerve and wanted to get her Halloween things ready early.  I believe mom has some Thanksgiving Tussy Mussy's ready for the shop too.  I'll be seeing her tomorrow so I'll know for sure then.

And speaking of seeing Mom tomorrow, I'll take my laptop over and mom will write her next "Notes From Mom" post.  I can upload it when I get home tomorrow.

So let's see, what else is happening here?  Well, Bubba snapped a few photos of Nightmare sleeping in the rocking chair:

Scott and I learned a long time ago, never to wake up a sleeping Nightmare!  LOL!!! 

In other news,  I've decided to take a little Pink Saturday break for a few weeks.  I want to get back to writing my Creatively Coping articles and I have some new project ideas that I want to work on.  I have to remind myself that I'm only one person and can only do so much so I'll take a break from Pink Saturday for a few weeks to do some other things.

I'll leave you with a sneak peek of my Lady With Roses Crazy Quilt piece:


BSOTF said...

Your quilt looks breath takingly amazing! Your mom's Victorian Halloween Tussy Mussy's are very lovely as well!

LuLu Kellogg said...

Beautiful work Pam!


Laurie said...

Wow! The tussy mussy's and your lady are so beautiful!
Nightmare looks totally comfortable. The white hair on his (her) leg looks like it was stroked with a paint brush!

Parsley said...

What happens when you wake kitty? Might be a good video! LOL

Gaby Bee said...

This quilt looks gorgeous. Love all the little details. Really beautifully done.
Your mom's Victorian Halloween Tussy Mussy's are enchanting.
Your kitty is sooo darling! Love both pics!

Gaby xo

FredaB said...

Pam I received your Mom's Halloween tussy mussy and it is gorgeous. Please tell her I said so and I will be watching for her post.

Your lady with roses square is so beautiful. You realy know how to fill a square beautifully.



ps - thanks for all the little goodies - I will sure use them as you know.

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Viola said...

Love your artwork, Pam! So many wonderful things to see on your blog! Absolutely gorgeous!! Thank you for visiting my both blogs and leaving such kind comments. I will add you to my blogroll too! Hugs, Viola :-)

All Things Pretty... said...

I can't decide if I like the tussy mussy or the quilt best! On my way over to your Etsy shoppe to check out all the goodies! :) Mercedes

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