Behind My Red Door

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Whatcha Working on Wednesday

Because Blogger makes it so easy to write a post ahead of time, by the time this publishes, I will be well on my way to pick up one of my sweet Webshots friends - Bonnie, also known as Prims4me. Check out her adorable prim house - you gotta love a girl who uses black, red and mustard and tan. We live about an hour apart and this will be our first on person meeting. I can't wait - and yes, my camera is ready! We are headed out to do some shopping - she is introducing me to one of her favorite places, Country Culture, and I am taking her to one of mine - Frye's Measure Mill. The weather should be perfect for shopping and I a so looking forward to meeting Bonnie!

Just so I'd be ready for Whatcha Working on Wednesday, I dragged out my sewing machine and got my fall pillows all sewn and stuffed. Here they are and I am loving them. I was warned that wool is addicting and it is. So user friendly! And I figured out how to use one of the special effects in the old Print Shop program I use for a zillion other things.

The rest of my projects this week involves more fall decorating. The WONDERFULLY chilly morning air yesterday inspired me to get my fall goodies out of the attic and I am glad I did. I forgot everything I had! I wanted to get the plastic tubs back up in the attic (a prim girl can't have purple plastic tubs just sitting around you know!) so I put most of it on my dining table and of course, snapped a few pics. Bloggers like a lot of pics, don't we?

Here's my stash just waiting for my attention.

So that's what I'll be working on the rest of the week!


I mentioned in my previous post about the RAK group I belong to that I have been sending to and now, receiving from. Well I got another RAK in the mail on Monday. Deb from GA, sent me the cutest little wax log cabin. It smells all smokey - and reminds me of going into the old houses in Old Sturbridge Village when they have the old fashioned fireplaces and the old bees wax candles burning. I love it! It has found a home in the dining room - but you know me, it might not stay there. Especially after I decorate later this week. Thanks so much Deb!!

And last but not least, you might want to head over to visit one Rondell over at Tomatoe Creek Prims to see the awesome give away she is having. She is a really sweet lady and has made some really nice prims to celebrate her 100th post! Just look at the goodies some lucky person will win: I hope you all are having a great Wednesday and I hope to have some pics of our
shopping trip to share with you on Thursday or Friday.

Until next time - hugs, Linda