Thursday, July 30, 2015

Feathered Nest Friday

Welcome to Feathered Nest Friday!

I have been covered in paint and dust over here this week
and we have had a bit of hot hot hot going on with 100 degree heat.
Must be summer! ;)

Here's what I shared this week:





Another installment in the photography tips series- and keeping it simple.






Here are the highlights

Old Things New shared a grain sack dog bed

Rosemary & Thyme shared a tea in the garden
Farmhouse Blues shared a beautiful makeover


Everyday Living shared new colorful bedding


Chateau Chic shared her dining room hutch


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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Photography- Keep it simple.

There was a time  a couple years ago when I was contacted by a
magazine publisher in Europe who was interested in using one of my photos 
in one of their magazines.


First-  I almost fell over- because I couldn't believe it.
But Once I took a few moments to chill - I found the photo and sent it and
waited with my fingers crossed that they liked it.
Then...
there was the uh-oh
that changed the whole course of what happened next.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Inspired by~ blush & cream

Where do you look for color inspiration for a project?


Sometimes it is something simple that inspires you.
Like the way the sunshine dances across a dark stained hardwood floor
and reveals so many shades and tones in the wood.
Or the subtle veining on a deep green leaf on a tree
or the softest shade of pink in a flower petal.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Saturday Five

How is it Saturday already again?
Sometimes I feel like the week just zips by
and I can hardly believe that it is time for the weekend re-cap again.


Friday, July 24, 2015

Friday Crush~ Vintage garden table


Do you remember when I shared that vintage garden table and chairs
that I fell in love with the moment I saw them?


The one that has that delightful chippy green paint and 
loads and loads of swirly details and character.
Not to mention that it came with those charming chairs with 
gorgeous iron flowers on them.