Thursday, February 10, 2011

Happy Homemaker Tag and a Fairy Book


 Here is my Happy Homemaker Tag which Elizabeth started for us over on her Blue Bird Paper Crafts blog. Each month on the 10th we post our tag. The color on my tag is richer than this photo. Below is a Poppy book a friend brought me yesterday. It's a darling very old book. 

15 comments:

Paula Clare said...

Hi Nan!
Your tag is adorable...I love tags with words/puns/stories on them! Hey, can I have your address for the 99th time? I have a valentine waiting to be flown your way! Hugs!

Paula Clare said...

Oops! Forgot to tell you I LOVE the blog's new look...I didn't know you were a sewer??? The seamstress banner is fab and very "Rosie". Love the light blue ticking on the sides too. Very homey. Love!

Share a few pages of the book? Hmmmm?

Tamera @ the Stone Fence Cottage said...

How cute--i love the little saying!!!

Love the new blog layout!!

Stevie said...

Fabulous tag! I love the li'l diva powdering her face!!! And the colors just make you smile! Take care! xo

lizzidroege said...

I just love this tag the image is wonderful so cute
xoxo
lizzi

My Vintage Mending said...

Nan, I expected curious George on the other side! Super cute. I relate the smell of Cover Girl pressed powder to my mother. If I was really good she would powder my nose on Sunday morning before Church.

Sandy said...

Hi Nan,
Oh my....your little girl image is just to darn cute! She's all bright eyed and bushy-tailed! Her little mouth...sweetness! She makes me smile. What a charming tag for February!
thanks for sharing...

xoso Sandy O

She'sSewPretty said...

Your tag is just too cute!! I love your new book too. I hope you'll give us a peek of the inside sometime!

Creative Breathing said...

Nan, It is so fun to see the coming together of the themes each person has chosen for the year. You have got your style down wonderfully, and I can't wait to see each tag you make. Thank you so much for sharing and joining me. Elizabeth PS I sat with my son last evening and trailed through ALL of your posts. He was fascinated by the radiant heating. I couldn't get him to move along! Such fun!

Debbie Doughty said...

What a funny quote, and such a darling tag!

Linda said...

Hoe cute...I love it!

dana said...

Hi Nan. I just caught up on all of your recent posts....I just LOVE seeing all you've been up to!

Your snow fall was amazing! I have to ask a dumb question....what causes the little "mounds" of snow? Are there plants beneath them ?

What wonderful exercise the snowshoeing must be! I have never attempted that...but it looks like fun!

Love your tags! You and Nancy of My Crafty Little Page have inspired me to attempt some paper crafts. I just participated in a card swap she hosted...it was a lot of fun!!

wow! You do have a lot of expense in heating. We've been experiencing subzero mornings the last couple of days....with no significant temp climbs during the rest of the day. Hopefully, things will start warming up a bit this weekend. We just had another snowfall night before last....boosting our winter accumulation to over 30"...above what is our average of 27". I can feel every inch as I shovel our drive!! :)

So happy to see that your doggie's eye has healed...the pair of them is just wonderful!! I know they bring such joy to you guys!

Have a great Friday!!! Dana

My Crafty Little Page said...

Hi Nan - the tag is so cute. Love these images I'm seeing in the tagalong. She's just so pretty with her curly hair! xo Nancy

Tracy Suzanne said...

Your getting quite creative with those cute tags, Nan. I love all the orange your using too.

A Bee In My Bonnet - Leslie Anne said...

I just had to comment on your sweet little book, Poppy. I read the story of that sweet little fairy when I was younger...and on my Christmas list to Santa that year I wrote that I wanted a little fairy just like Poppy! I really wanted to be able to sew some clothes for her just like the little girl that Poppy stayed with did - a beautiful little pale green dress, among other things. My brother just laughed at me because, he said, there was no Santa Claus. Broke my heart. But the story is still a sweet memory though! Leslie Anne

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