Sunday, August 23, 2009

Textures and Colors of my home

Greetings prim friends.......I joined in on the -textures and colors of my home from another blog. What a fun challenge.....These other ladies have some awesome things I just love looking at their blogs-

GO CHECK THEM OUT...






http://basketsnprims.blogspot.com/2009/08/textures-and-colors-of-my-home.html


HOPE YOU ENJOY MINE....


got this at St Vinneys a few years ago and had it in storage till we just remolded-
it was like $5.00


LOVE MY PINEAPPLES!!!



This crock was a house warming gift from a DR I use to work for- I use to have dried flowers- in it- any ideas what I could do with it? We have blankets in it now= would like to make a top for it to use as table? Give me some ideas!!



My mom makes her girls and DIL s-thing every year at Christmas- our very favorite cant
wait to get gift- and in it was a homemade garland of dried oranges-nuts-etc- maybe I will post it later-it smells awesome!!!!!!!!




I bought these scones at Schmidts Antique Cabin here in Jasper-I have 2 - love them


These samplers were done by my MIL--- cross stich is her passion and when she asked what I would like I said A sampler....Well I got like 10 of them in these black frames- so I put them all in a hodge podge cluster in my living room...

Grunge Candle


This middle jar Jason found for me working one day= he dug it up and brought it home=not sure if it is anything but I like it




This is the Cinnamon Soap I just made...got it off another blog!

love these things---I only have 1 but plan on making some- after seeing how to on other blogs


This is my dough bowl with my collection of cutting boards..I fill this at Christmas with holly-pine and pomegrants {sp?}


my collection of wooden spoons
Thats all for now- thanks for looking HOPE you Enjoyed.....















6 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hey, hi Amy,
You do have some great prims and I can't get over the clock...great find! The texture post was fun wasn't it?
Thanks for stopping by,
Rondell♥

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Hi Amy, Thanks for stopping by. I love all your prims!! How wonderful that your MIL and mom make prims for you!! What treasures!!

Kath ~★The Olde Weeping Cedar ★~ said...

Love your "textures" Amy!
It was a fun post to do, huh?!
I see some pineapples :)
Ima LOVER of pineapples...thanks for sharing your textures.

have a great day.

-Kath

Anni said...

Hey Stranger:)
Loved the pineapple:) See them and always think of my sweet friend Amy!

Love ya!

Notes from the Homestead said...

Hi there,
Thanks for visiting my blog! Hey, could I get the recipe for that cinnamon soap? I have always wanted to make some! Do you have a Westie too? Lily is just a super dog.Love all your prim goodies!! Well, nice to meet you, I will follow your blog too!!!
~Kim

Notes from the Homestead said...

Hi Amy,
Thanks for the soap recipe. I will let you know how it turns out! I was just at a local farmer's market and they had cinnamon goats milk soap. It was yummy smelling, but they wanted $6.00 a bar! Keep in touch. I tried adding your blog to my blog roll, but I can't add anyone lately! Blogger is a pain sometimes. But, I am now a follower! Have a great night and thank's again!
Hugs,
Kim