This is one of my favorite songs from years ago. I thought of it today as I edited these pics to put on my blog to accompany my Sunday post that I was determined I would write. But somehow all my thoughts that I had about what I wanted to write have fled far away. So I’m sharing this song with you and praying it blesses you in some way.
Boneless Wings. You know there really is no such thing as a boneless chicken wing right? It’s just a made up name for chicken breasts cut into pieces, seasoned, and fried or baked to mimic real chicken wings – but without the bones. Thus the name Boneless Wings.
Whatever. No matter the name they are called by, they are tender nuggets of total deliciousness. And you can make them yourself in your very own kitchen.
Today I want to share just a couple of my handmade items with you. The first one is one of my most favorite pillows I’ve ever made, created using laminated fabric. The other 2 items are the most recent camera straps I’ve created.
I showed you my girl’s room last week, today it’s about keeping it real and some close up details about that stenciled Roman shade. Here is the shade hanging at the window. Now let’s look at some close-up shots of how it went together, how I painted it and some of the less-than-perfect areas.
I heard this song on the radio on Friday this week while I was out running errands. I had my 2 youngest girls with me and when this song started they wanted it turned up. I’d never heard it before but it is now one of my very favorites. The lyrics sucked me in and have the power to send tears down my cheeks.
Remember the Pouffes from last year? I just made another one and this time I added a Union Jack detail to the top. This Union Jack pouffe was created for Tricia from Little Cottage on the Pond to put in her son’s room.
Girl’s Room Reveal – finally! Can you believe I’m finally calling it finished and sharing it with you?! Remember the Roman Shade I made for my girls room? And then I painted their wall using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
Once there was a little girl who had a red wool coat and muff. She wore it till she outgrew it, and then it was handed down to some of her cousins.
In my post about my slip covered furniture you saw a glimpse of a ruffled ottoman I’ve had around for a while. A friend asked if I could share more of that ottoman, so today I’m doing just that.