I mean, what kind of cheeseball grin was that?
I have made the mac n' cheese, blackberry cobbler and onion strings from her cookbook, they are very yummy!
Inspired by Ree's cowgirl cookbook, I made myself a "Cowgirl Grub" chalkboard.
I have made a lot of chalkboards for our All That Jazz space, but realized that I didn't even have one myself!
I have loved layering and stacking lately. The little green plant is from Dollar Tree, it's on a pewter candlestick that a friend gave me from her trip to the East Coast years ago.
I found this little white pedestal while junking for our shop. I put a golden pear in it and stuck it inside the dome I'd gotten at the French flea market in September.
I made the wooden cottage sign for the shop but ended up loving it and keeping it for myself. The red wreath is the first "holiday" item I've put out. It was off-center in this picture but I have since moved it to the center hooks and like it better.
Two new projects in the works~ I love these metal candelabras, they were one of my first "shabby chic" purchases over ten years ago! They were both white and I have them in my bathroom on either side of the mirror to hang jewelry on. Last year I pulled one out, spray painted it gold, and put it elsewhere in the house. Now I want it white again! So it will get a spray down the next time I get a chance. I love using a bright white paint then adding cream-colored candles.
Lastly, this winter etching is an original piece I inherited from one of the cottages my parents' owned. It's a winter scene and I love it, but I want to do my "wall of frames" here. I am just waiting for the big frames to be completed from my FarmBoy so I can decided what else I need to complete the grouping~ then to print out photos! I'm not sure I will keep the sconces there. They have white pumpkins in them now but I would like to put candles in them so the wall has a nice glow.
Lastly, the exciting, cutest part of the post (are you still with me?)
Of course he brought her home. Could you resist this face?
~Lizzy~Hard to believe she and her brother were still at the farm store that long! I guess it was meant to be. She is a 12 week old Red Heeler/Bichon Friese cross (um, obviously country dog met city dog in that pairing- oops!)
She is going to be a lot of fun!
By the way, her brother is still available......no pressure.
Whew, this has been a marathon post! I am busy working on projects for Jazz the next few days and have a packed weekend planned, too. I hope you are all having a fabulous week!!