Sunday, November 15, 2015

We're Back!!!!!

Hi everyone!
It's been sooo long since we've updated anything here on this 'ole blog of ours....I don't know where time has gone:)  We've had some ups and downs over the last six months...and now here I sit thinking about how close we are to Thanksgiving!  I am hosting my in-laws this year...and am a little hesitant how my meal will turn out!  I've never hosted Thanksgiving in my eleven years of marriage!  This will be a first.  We are, however, officially in our new home so we have so much more room to work with....including ample room to cook and seat people.  I'm looking forward to that for sure!!!

Just a quick project to share with you that I completed awhile back...even though I didn't blog, I made sure to document my projects!  Here is a cute little key hook that I found at a flea market.

So with a little minty green paint and some added gold highlights in the nooks and crannies....this little key holder came back to life!!

I put the key holder in our Shabby Gals booth and saw someone walking out with it the other day!  It's so rewarding to see people enjoy your hard work and appreciate your vision!!
Until next time....
I look forward to updating you more on what has life has brought to my family the last few months!  Enjoy the last few hours of your weekend!  Annnnd of course if you're reading this....We Thank You!

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