Around the corner....

What do you get when you add boxwood garland...
and the sweetest birds and nests stamps?
A touch of spring!
I started making a few tags then had an idea!
What if I had a Spring Sale!
I could offer some of my favorite pieces and share these sweet tags.
Here in the south we have a word for it.
In  Cajun French it means
"a little something extra"
So join me
March 1st. for my first annual
Lagniappe Sale~
You wont want to miss it!
xoxo Susie


  1. Sounds wonderful Susie.

    I'm having a giveaway, on my dish closet post, for my 3rd blogiversary. Also adding lagniappe to the gift.:-)

    I have to go to the dentist (cleaning only), first thing in the morning. Perhaps I can shop your sale, before. Might make my time in "the chair" more pleasant!

  2. Love your blog and those new tags are simply beautiful! But I have 2 questions, if you don't mind! 1) where ever did you fid that boxwood garland? Girl- will that inspire us to create or what! and 2) how do you pronounce the word "lagniappe"? My 3 years of French in HS 35 years ago has failed me! I know I am butchering that probably beautiful word!

  3. I am gettin' caught up on your blog....girl that mirror is just fabulous!!! You shure have an eye for making things even better than imagined!!! Talent!!!
    Love those sweet puppies.. I want a few of them....there is just nothing sweeter than furry babies!!
    Oh and a sale...can't wait!!!! I need to set an alarm or something to remind myslef!!!
    Have a Blessed Sunday!

  4. You make me enjoy the seasons even more. I adore your refreshing...truly made with a hint AND hope for spring.


  5. I love this idea! You so rock, girlfriend!!

  6. I'm so excited to see what you've done. The stamps are delish - and living over in southeast Texas, I know enough Cajuns to "get" lagniappe! Looking forward to tomorrow!

  7. I'll be back to see what you have on March 1st! Enjoy your Sunday.♥

  8. I'm not sure how to pronounce that but I like the idea of it!

  9. Oh shoot! I will be a week too late.

  10. What a great idea you creative lady! I love it and will be joining you!! So cute!


  11. Those tags are so adorable! I love the garland! You're so creative:)
    I also wanted to let you know that I'm having a giveaway if you'd like to check it out:)
    Hope you're having a great weekend!

  12. I came over to let you know that my blog has moved and I would be ever so grateful if you would come to the new site and RE-sign up to follow me there.

  13. In Destin, Florida I love a restaurant there called Louisiana I know what that means!
    Thanks for sharing Susie....tags are way toooo cute.

  14. The tags are beauties and I can't wait for March 1.

  15. Susie,
    As always, you never cease to amaze me! I don't always comment, but I do visit regularly - love, love, love the Fancy Mirror! But then,I love everything you do!

    Wish God would spread some of that creativity around! With my daughter expecting her first miracle baby, we're going to be gearing up for nursery decorating! You do inspire me to get out of my little box and try some of your ideas! Thanx!

    I have Louisiana connections, so I know all about that Cajun business! ;-)

    Be checking out that sale tomorrow!


  16. this sounds very exciting!!! i can not wait

  17. Susie, Those stamps are so sweet and I just love the tags you made with them. Very classy. I also love the art and tassels you are selling. I wish I could buy something. Anyway, I wanted to know where you bought those stamps... Thanks!

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