Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Ever wonder why I never finish those creative projects that I promise to share? Have you noticed that I'm not sharing my beautiful garden or luscious recipes? It's because I am buried in these piles of picture frames and so much more. Simple meals or fast food replace favorite recipes and my garden is only an imaginary one these days.

Truth is, at one time I was a fairly decent gardener, enjoyed creating delicious recipes, reupholstered my own furniture, heirloom quilted, made my own clothes, window treatments and bedding...am I making you ill yet? If it makes you feel better, I never learned to take photos beyond the aim, click and shoot kind. I'm slowly warming up to computers, but still don't trust them. Anything mechanical hurts my brain. And math...absolutely HATE math.

Well then, what happened? Glad you asked. Long story very short; we ended up a manufacturer of home and children's decor in 2003. Here's a snippet of our world these days.

I made an attempt to start another project this weekend. Here's the beginnings of a Flights of Fancy patchwork handbag that I started and I can only hope it won't get buried under the piles.


  1. Cute bag!
    We appreciate you sharing your talents with us! So sorry you had to give up so much to do it. Hopefully you find it just as fulfilling as all the other things you use to be able to do!

  2. Looking forward to the bag finish! I'm a bit addicted to bags myself. I have 2 in various stages of completion. Hopefully one will be done today. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  3. Such beautiful products you have. Good luck with your bag! You are off to a great start.

  4. Wow, I love your site! Your stuff is so cute. That handbag will be darling, the fabrics are great!

  5. Love your frames!!! Then again, I love everything you design. :)


  6. You are such a hard worker!!Looks at all those frames!
    Beautiful :)

    Have a wonderful Easter.

    Blessing to you and your family,

  7. What a wonderful blog!! I am so glad I found you and am enjoying reading through all of your posts!! Wonderful inspiration and I can't wait to read more!! Thanks!

  8. Wow! Your products look great! Good luck with the project!

  9. Hey. Paula,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. I feel very flattered that you took the time to comment. Let me know if there is anything I can do for you, in the meantime I will be checking back HERE for more inspiration! I will be at The Market in Pittsburgh- let me know if I can find you there.

    Nancy DeWeir Geaney

  10. I need some of those adorable frames!! I think my clients would love them. -Loree



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