This is the second post today, but this has been such a big project for us I had to share the results. Once we hit the save button at 5 p.m., I was wanting to do cartwheels (in my head only, don't worry!) while Jennifer wanted to take something for a headache. I did the sewing (except for the adorable jumper from Simone of Gardenhouse); Jennifer did the photography; Tim was the stage hand and the models added that party atmosphere. Seems we are in a never-ending learning curve, but isn't that life? If this puts you in the party mood, go over to Michael Miller Fabrics to enjoy all the options for creating your own soiree. I'd love to hear what you think!
If two posts in one day and an interview isn't enough, I have yet another post for tomorrow. Please stay tuned for more news?
Gorgeous, pretty, beautiful, fun. That about covers it.ReplyDelete
I would just love to come sit at that table. Beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Wow, I just love the colors from your new fabric collection...all my favorites! And I just read your interview...what an incredible story and background you have...so inspiring and encouraging. Thanks for being so open to share that with the world. :)ReplyDelete
I'm absolutely sitting here with my jaw on the floor looking at the Soiree...oh my goodness. You are a creative genius...I'm loving it all. I have to get my hands on some soon!!! I just wanted to say HI and tell you how much I adore your designs. When I grow up...I wanna be you! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Your fabric is practically racing out of my shop! I already had to reorder it. It is obviously a hit.
OMG! I'm on my way over for the Summer Soire! Everything is beautiful, Paula! And Miss Amelia... I think the last time I saw a pic of her in that jumper, her hair was much shorter and she looked so much younger! Looks like you ladies have been having fun!ReplyDelete
Fantastic! Love the runners and those adorable little munchkins! Great photography!ReplyDelete
Wow! Turned out absolutely BEAUTIFUL:O)ReplyDelete
GORGEOUS, Paula! Wow, you did a wonderful job- you never cease to amaze me!ReplyDelete
I just love your new fabric line!ReplyDelete
I want to get some and make over my sewing studio. I love the patchwork bench you made. I would love to make that sometime. Goregous!