Please ignore the empty, muddy lot next door! Gracie and I made our butterfly wreath from scrap paper, ribbon, glitter and a wire hanger!
I cannot wait for the trees and flowers to grow!
Enjoy some random photos of the sunroom, although it is not yet completed!
Closeup of bowl, handmade by a friend...
Time for Frosty's hat to go to the armoire until next year!
Ivy is the only plant I can successfully grow indoors...
Sunroom table gets a new pair of shoes!
I have more plans for this table involving antique iron fence finials...about 50 of them! Also, a new white marble top and black paint! Stay tuned...
happy spring to you also Divine Theatre! before you know it, that lot will be filled with a loving neighbor helpful with a cup o' sugar, and the neighborhood filled-in with tall trees!ReplyDelete
Your table was awesome!!ReplyDelete
Mr. Goodwill Hunting
I love making decorations and crafts with my daughter too.ReplyDelete
Thanks very much for your comment at my place today and for the complement - blurring the photo a bit improved my appearance :-))).
We had a really fun day and I am glad I didn't send Lilla to school.
I have Spring fever!!!ReplyDelete
I love your sunroom! You have so many beautiful pieces in there.ReplyDelete
I used to enjoy making crafts with my son before he started school. I love this wreath the two of you created!
You and Gracie did a wonderful job on your butterfly wreath! Your garden/sunroom looks like a fancy antique shop, maybe a side line for you? I can't wait to see what magic you create on your table!ReplyDelete
Very nice sunroom! Can't wait to see the finish... gorgeous furniture.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Wow, you have such awesome things! And such a knack for putting them together. I loved this glimpse into your home. Have a great weekend. I am now off to plant some indoor ivy! xxReplyDelete
You..live..here? Where are the velvet ropes? Me thinks you have royalty in your heritage, I mean r*e*a*l*l*y..! Happy Spring..XOReplyDelete
Your sun room is gorgeous! I love everything in it. You have great taste, my friend!ReplyDelete
I was so glad to see your comment about liking Steve Bell, I have never heard him, but my kids thought we would enjoy his music. I am very excited about going to the concert, I love symphony orchestra music a lot, it's my favorite. My next favorite is Gospel music, that's why my kids picked that one. Did you know that Steve Bell is from Winnipeg? That's what my kids say anyways, my son saw him in Starbucks one day, in fact, in the neighborhood where Steve lives.
Have a very wonderful day, my friend,
I'm loving that Shoe Storage idea, may have to steal... um, I mean borrow... that one! *LOL* We've always got stray shoes scattered all over the house and Princess T is always missing her right shoes... don't know why the left ones never get lost??? One of those mysteries... at times its tempting to just put her in two left shoes when we're in a hurry! *Does that constitute being a bad Gramma I wonder??? Winks* Dawn... The BohemianReplyDelete
Oh, I am so envious of your sunroom! It is gorgeous. All the stunning things in there. Love your Spring wreath! I know you are as anxious as I am to get the warmer temps and go and play in the dirt!ReplyDelete
Next Friday is my first linky party "Thrifty Things Friday". I hope you can join whenever you can. You rock when it comes to Craigslist finds!! Have a great weekend!
Andie, I sent my address... let me know when you receive the e-mail so I know it went through properly?! Thanks for your patience!ReplyDelete
Dawn... The Bohemian
Ms. Divine.I just love the birdcages in your sun room.Promise me them if you ever get tired of them. Love, Love, Love, them!!Keep up the good work.RC and SReplyDelete
Pretty wreath - Gracie and you did a great job! :DReplyDelete
I do like the sunroom, and see lots of pretty things in there. :)
I started one comment and it disappeared, so if it shows up - sorry.
Thanks for stopping by and sweet comment about granddaughter.
Beautiful sunroom, Andrea, and the ivy looks just perfect so don't worry if you can't grow anything else in there!ReplyDelete
A happy Spring to you too!
Hello! I found you via Mary Ellen's blog and had to comment on your lovely kitties (and doggie:) and home that you creatively filled with frugal luxuries! What a kind soul you are to rescue all of those blessed little creatures...wish there were more like you in the world. Thank you for giving us a peek into your life.ReplyDelete