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Monday, May 3, 2010

Mother's Day

Well today kick's off Mother's Day week and I've put some new items on both my etsy sites
BrownGinghamCreation and Apronation. This is one of the newest......................................
This is Sunny. She was a childs nightlight from the 60's. Her skirt is created by a 1940's hankie that I hand-embroidered. You may recognize the pattern from another design I did.......................
I created an applique out of the daisy pattern for this hotplate. Her waist skirt, decalatauge on her bodice, wings , and accents on her hat and parasol were created from a 1940's hand-crocheted doily.
She is guarenteed to brighten any room! You can find her at BrownGinghamCreastion.etsy.com
At Apronation.etsy.com  I have 2 apron's created just for a new Mom.........................




And, for Grandma...............
This sweet vintage apron is a reminder of 'Grandma's Kitchen'.
Please visit any of my sites
For gifts for Mom.


4 comments:

Cinderella Moments said...

You're so busy! How do you find time to do it all!

Shirley said...

Hi my friend, How is your dad doing? I know it can be a little frustrating to be at the hospital, but I usually have a project that I am working on. I am trying to catch up on my reading tonight. I share my computer with my son and usually let him have it early in the evening after he gets home. I am going to have an interest experience Wednesday evening. I am picking up my youngest two grandsons and taking Matt home and babysitting Ethan. Matt's mommy is out of town for a few days going to school in Alabama so daddy has to get them up and around. I would love to be a mouse. You have a wonderful day and I will keep you in my prayers. Your Missouri Friend.

Feather Your Nest said...

Hi! sorry I haven't posted in awhile. As you can understand, getting a business started up can be a 24-7 job at times. I appreciate your posts and good wishes for starting A Royal Nest. My mom and I are having a blast and Saturday turned out better than we could have expected. How is your dad?
amy
A Royal Nest

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Everything is so cute! Especially that adorable bunny apron. :-)

Kimberly

Oh btw, don't be afraid of the serger. Mine is hazardous only because I have a very small work area. More than once the fabric of the item I'm working on has gotten bunched up and caught and sliced by the machine. It just makes me feel better to blame the serger. LOL