Sunday, August 29, 2010

A Lazy Sunday

I don't know about you but I am enjoying a lazy Sunday of sorts. It is nice and cool here today, almost feels like Fall after a week with over 100* temps! I have lounged around, did a bit of organizing, the usual laundry and now am listing a few new goodies.

I thought I would share something I finished up the other day. It is my first attempt at a paper cone wreath. It was going to be for Christmas but sort of ended up Halloween instead. I am rather pleased with how it turned out and am anxious to try a few smaller versions.

I also found this great shaker caddy . . perfect for glitter! Back to work for me. . ahh the weekends just go by too fast.
I hope you dream up something special this week!

7 comments:

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Carrie ~
Those are wonderful things that you created ~
Girl you are so talented !
I am glad that your weather has gotten cooler ~
LOL, every time I listen to your blog music I have the song in my mind all day :)

xoxo
Lori

gail said...

Hi Carrie,,,I love the Halloween wreath, its toooo cute! What a cute holder for your glitter bottles. I saw the paper roses a few posts down. They are sooo pretty!
I am glad you enjoyed your Sunday. I just puttered around too. I ended up getting quite a bit done, but at a great relaxing pace. :)
Have a great week, (()) gail

Nancy said...

Hi Carrie!
I Love the Wreaths! I would even like a couple of them too!! We are back in MI and it is so much cooler here than GA!
Huggs, Nancy
www.coeurdalenegifts.com

Home and Heart said...

Just fabulous!! I need to try a cone wreath!

Roxie said...

That paper cone wreath instantly put me in the mood for Halloween, I have not felt these feelings in over 10 months. Love it Carrie!!

xoxo
Roxie
www.jorabeels.blogspot.com
www.cutebycomparison.blogspot.com

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I love it ~ it turned out great! I'm hoping for a cooler weekend this weekend since we dodged Earl, but did have some rain.

Autumn said...

Fantastic! I love this and will have to make one! Thanks for sharing,
Autumn Clark