Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Please visit Our Hostess Susan at Between Naps On The Porch
to see the other participants.

**Stay tuned for my upcoming posts
Mothers Day gifts to create.**

Sorry, I couldn't delete the comment spot here.
So, feel free to leave your comments below where the actual post is.


Anonymous said...

So Happy you stopped by my Blog. Your Blog is Beautiful!!
Come back again.... I will too!

Goat Creek Grandma said...

I can't wait to see what surprises you have in store for us. I have been so lazy since we moved. I miss cooking!

Take Care,

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I'm totally coming back to read about Mother's Day gifts!

KJ said...

What a gorgeous tablescape!!!! Are these items all yours? I have taught tablescaping in retail stores and I admit that it's a wonderland when one can choose from a well stocked store's merchandise!

I'm going to check out some of your other posts.

Oh happy day!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I enjoyed seeing your Parisian Dinner for Two, just gorgeous!


Debbie said...

I always enjoy the photos on your blog.

Cherry's Jubilee said...

You have a lovely blog the vintage touches through out. cherry

The Bloom Girls said...

Hello Sara,

Thanks so much for stopping by our blog! Congrats on your award from Mary too! It is really so thrilling that we can all "connect" and "share" through blogging! Thanks for the tip about Cindy's blog, it is so funny but I had actually been to her blog before and commented on the awesome cupcake "cake" that she had made with the shells on it! It would look awesome on my tablescape this week! I just bought that cake pan and so was very interested in hers. The fondant shells she made were beautiful! I love to do cakes too and actually have one of mine on our blog where I made butterflys with the lustre dust that she used for the seashells. Have a fabulous weekend!

Blessings !

The Blonde Duck said...

Popped in from Mary Catherine's to say hi!

Blissful Melissa said...

How fun, can't wait to see what you will show us.

Your blog is wonderful! LOVE the little butterscotch nests and the potato nests...I'm thinking that will be a perfect Mom's Day Breakfast.

Subscribing to your blog,

Anonymous said...

Hey Sara. I'm about to head out the door to shoot a wedding. Will be in touch. The blog roll exchange is fine with me.

Barb said...

I can't wait for the Mother's Day tutorial.
Barbara Jean =0)

The Vintage Kitten said...

I got a shock when I saw its Mothers Day, then I remembered we have just had ours in the UK and yours it at a later date!!! Phew! Your You Tube video is hilarious. Hee Hee X

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