Another idea....

Im working on a cute idea for my girls rooms. Wooden chandelier's??? Sounds cute doesnt it. Hope to share more about it real soon. It's gonna be too too cute! Manys hugs your way, Susie


  1. Susie, I have been trying to leave you a comment for several days and my computer would boot me off every time I went to the comment section. My husband finally figured out that my son had downloaded something weird so anyway... here I am. I love what you did with your daughters room the tassels are adorable. I can't wait to see this chandelier you speak off I am redoing my daughters room in the next couple of weeks in black and white damask and hot pink with chandeliers (target bedding) so I am on pins and needles to see what you have going on. Hugs Paula

  2. Hey I loved the headboard......I need to "try" to do one for my bedroom. One day maybe when I have like FIVE minutes to spare. HA!
    Sorry I missed you Sunday. That was so funny how that worked out!! I loved "divine appointments" least you got to meet Miss Priss and my husband. That is sooo funnny!
    We will see each other face to face one day! :~)
    Be blessssed,

  3. Hi Susie! Thanks for your comments yesterday! Your blog is so cute! I love what you've done in your daughter's room. I did an upholstered headboard in my oldest daughter's room. I'll have to post about it sometime. And your tassels are darling! I'm so impressed!

    The ottoman that we made was not hard at all. You should give it a try! We didn't follow the exact instructions from the magazine that I posted, but I think I explained how we made ours.

  4. Hi!! Found your blog through the comment you left at Harrington House. I can't wait to look and read through all you posts. I am so impressed by your tassel. If you would, please tell me how you did it. Hope you can visit me at my site; I am still pretty new at blogging. I also love to craft/sew/bake/just be creative. We are in the process of packing to move in June, so I don't have much time to do those creative things, but look forward to getting back to them after moving and posting about them.

  5. I can't wait to see your new are so creative. You have more creativity in your little finger than I do in my whole body!! The headboard is so cute. Miss you.

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