This bow holder was given to sweet Anniston from her Aunt Meg. I highly recommend Lindsey's blog, if you don't read it already. They have been through a lot in the last couple of years & Lindsey is an inspiration. She is so sweet & loves the Lord & it shows in her writing. Check it out!
Jessie already had this rocking chair for Olivia, but wanted to jazz it up a little. So it went from plain white to this! I love pink & green together :)
Oh, I had so much fun with this! At Cedartown, I was approached by Anna who said she wanted me to paint something for her on glass. I told her I had never done it before, but I never turn down a challenge. She gave me an idea of what she wanted & the colors of her room & this is the finished product. I love it! It's dainty & fun at the same time & the colors are so pretty together!
Here's a close-up
This is it hanging in her room. If you want more information about your own glass painting, contact me! firstname.lastname@example.org
This was a special Christmas order. This table & chair set was given to sweet David Scott from his Boo & Uncle Dusty. I've gone from "Auntie Boo" to just "Boo" because it's easier (& more fun) for him to say. I'm totally fine with that...he can call me whatever he wants! I found this set at Kool Kids last March for $15 (crazy!). It was plain wood & had lots of crayon marks & stains, but I bought it anyway knowing I would paint something on it for him. Sarah, my sister, told me what she wanted & here it is! We decided to keep it simple so that it can be used when she has other kids, too.
I think he likes it :)
And just because he is such a cutie, here's another sweet pic:
Hope you enjoyed the last Christmas post! Like I said earlier, I'm way behind so I'll be posting a lot more stuff soon. Have a great Monday!!