Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Glamping Made Fun and Pink!

 Here we go again! That's right I found another Glamper to share .... how fun IS this trend.  This one was done for the Grandchildren of my friend, Linda ... you saw her magical decorating a couple of years ago.  Well last year she teamed up with her daughter Shelley, and they redid this camper.  I love the scallops and hearts!

 Shelley has four little girls, 6 and under, how perfect is the little chandelier over the table and benches?

The knobs on the storage bins are just sweet!
... and according to Shelley, everything her mother touches is left with a bit of Disney!  These rhinestone buttons, grouped to form an abstract Micky, provide the tufting on the benches.

I love the pattern of oil cloth they chose for the table, which makes for easy cleanup after picnics of PB and Js!

... and is there anything sweeter than pennants flying over the bed of priness'

Shelley said that the Glamper was once a hunting camper, and knowing that, she just couldn't resist  this 'dear head' she found on Etsy!  Yep, it makes me smile too!  Thanks for coming along to see Shelley and her girls precious glamper!! For views of other glamper/trailer posts check here and here.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Ladies of Walden Pond Book Club Fun!

 I have belonged to this wonderful book club for some 17 years!   That means that on the fourth Thursday of each month, friends have gathered to share opinions over 200 times!!

Carol hosted our book club this month, and as you can see, she did a fabulous job.

 We had read Sarah M. Eden's 'Longing for Home', in which an old violin plays an important part.  (You can find Sarah's blog here)  Carol got out her Grandfather's violin and shared stories about her family history! 

 Carols rustic log cabin home was the perfect setting to discuss a book that was set in pioneers times in Wyoming...

... and since the main character  in the book chose to sell  homemade bread as a way to raise money, Carol made bread for our treat!  We have very creative women in this group, and we are often treated to food that was a part of the plot of the book.  What a wonderful evening was spent with old friends discussing a book that nearly everyone LOVED!   Plans were made for all to read the sequel, books were loaned hugs were given, and goodbye said .,. 

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Booth of Vintage Whites!

Just thought I'd share a few shots of my white booth at a Treasures Antiques in Springville. 

The pennant banner sign says vintage whites!

Always love old books 

Improvised cloche! 

And my new favorite display.