We interupt this house tour for...


Thought I would just interupt this house tour to give a little commercial break... Dont you just love it! I think it's so much fun peeping into other peoples nest.

I have enjoyed flying over to yall's everyday...

These birds are just filling up my nest and are looking for a new one..

Im sure you dont have a place to put them...

But if you do I have plenty more in my shop. I have been busy filling up my etsy just for you to swing by and take a peek... hope to see all of you back on Monday and remember after the grand tour... The finale will be something you just may want.. smiles.. Susie H~

18 comments:

  1. Oh Susie you are teasing us....I couldn't wait to see your daughters black/white room but alas I will have to wait. We are getting ready to re-do Lexi's room in black/white (which are also her school colors) with some hot pink accents.

    I would love to buy another tassel right now...but it is not in the budget at the moment cause we will be going on vacation on Monday. I hopefully, will still have some access to a computer or I might have blog withdrawals.

    Anyway, have a happy weekend!!

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  2. Susan.....I just love the colors of your new tassels! All those neutrals and the black and white:D I received mine and have it hanging on my T.V. cabinet in the living room! Just love it:D Sorry this took me so long to thank you, but I just saw your comment on my blog:( hugs, Linda

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  3. Can't wait to see more of the tour and what must that grande finale be? Knowing you, it will be great. Have a great weekend!

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  4. I love birdies. I love how the ribbon is behind the birdie. That is so sweet. Thanks for the commercial Susan. You should be a proud sponsor for the home tour special edition.

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  5. Great post...love the little tassle. BUT, I wish I could TIVO forward to Monday and see where and how you used that lovely black damask! LOL! Can't wait!

    Have a great weekend! Hugs, Rhonda :)

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  6. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog. Your tassels are darling and your home looks lovely...I will have to come back and blog surf for a while on your back posts! Hope you stop by again soon!

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  7. AnonymousJuly 19, 2008

    Susie,

    I couldn't take it any longer when I saw the tassels on your website today. I had to order one! Loved the birds but I had to have a rooster first. Now, I wonder what I should choose for my 2nd one.

    Gretchen

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  8. I love that tassel! I wish I had some spare money hiding around here somewhere, 'cause that birdie would LOVE living at my house!

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  9. I just love your tassels. I'll have to place an order after we get moved.
    I'm sure I'll find somewhere that just begs for a beautiful tassel.

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  10. I've just started following your blog. I love your tassels and I'm on my way to check out the others in the Etsy shop!

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  11. I just ordered one of your birdie tassels! Can't wait to get it...it's beautiful!

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  12. Hope you're having a beautiful Sunday, Susie. We had some folks over for lunch after church and they just foamed over my new tassels.. I told them my 'new friend' made them! I'm advertising you every way I can!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  13. Susie...
    What a great surprise when I found your Blog this afternoon. You have a wonderful eye for details and are so generous in sharing ...such as the ceiling paint color. But your tassels are true artistic expressions of your fun attitude. Hope to continue on this journey often.
    Will stop by again,
    Denise

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