Thursday, November 15, 2007

Handmade Parade


Handmade Parade is the brainchild of Claire Bone of little lovelies and Missy Ballance of Mohair Circus. Check it out here for all the scoop.

12 comments:

Claire said...

wow! Thanks for letting everyone know about the gift guide!I hope you all love it!

Mary Isabella said...

Oh what a neat guide. Thanks for sharing. Mary

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

Hi Cathy
This is a wonderful undertaking! Thank YOU for sharing it
Blondie

Little ol* Me said...

What a great guide! Thanks so much for sharing it!
Justine

Lori said...

that is VERY cool!!! thanks for sharing...
LOVE your cute new banner:)

Jenn and Jacqui said...

Neat idea! And just wanted to say love your Banner, too gorgeous:) Jenn and Jacqui

Jeannene said...

"Yeah!!" I can leave you a comment! Just testing it out. Have a lovely Weekend!
xo Jeannene

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Hi! Thank you so much for visiting my blog and taking the time to read about Parker. He has become very special to me and yes, he is so brave! Such a sweet baby. God bless you for adding him to your prayers!

Hugs,
Amy

Pinkie Denise said...

Hello, Cathy
Thanks for visiting my blog. My house
is only 100 years old, wow 200 years old that must be something! When I moved to my house about 15 years ago,
I was interested in finding out the history and found out a lot at the library. When remodeling our wash room I found an old Kewpie engagement
announcement card from the owners daughter in the wall. I'd like to make a shawdow box with the card and maybe a real kewpie. Enjoyed visting your blog and love your papier mache, you are very talented. Thanks for sharing Pinkie Denise

Sandra Evertson said...

Oh my, those watercolors are Amazing!
Sandra Evertson

Hallowed Hill Primitives said...

Hi Cathy,
Thanks for visiting our blog. I've been trying to stay away from the computer and keep focused on my inventories. I got a good laugh from your "rabies" post and the coffee spill.

The watercolors are wonderful!!
Barb

Hallowed Hill Primitives said...

Thanks for the heads up. Love your blog and love your work, too.

Sarah