June 21, 2010

Spending The Day With Alice...

If you've dropped by today to tour my studio,
please click here.

Yesterday, I spent the day in my studio working on a couple of
special orders. The first project was an Alice In Wonderland cushion.
I'll be shipping it out to its new home today.
I also had an order for an Alice Needle Keep, but the recipient
doesn't care for The Mad Hatter, so she requested a different fabric.
I was happy to oblige, and this is the fabric I chose for her piece.
Alice is on the front and the Queen of Hearts is featured on the back.
I'll ship this out today, as well.
I also want to share the sweetest ATC I received in the mail on Monday.
Sandy of Vintage Sandy hand stitched this sweet fabric art piece for me.
Hers is in the mail today and winging its way to Ohio. I hope she likes it!

Today, I'll be completing my "Rush" project to debut on Friday
for the Bloggerette's Sorority. This event is hosted by
Karen at Some Days Are Diamonds. There's still time to sign up, but
you'd better hurry. I'm pretty excited to show you my creation, but I
have to wait until the rest of my Sorority sisters join in the fun.

I hope you have a creative day...I'm off to the studio!
Marie at Lost Bird Studio is celebrating her 100th post
with a generous giveaway. Click on the photo to enter.
Deadline is June 27th!
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17 friends clicked here to leave a note for me:

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Sweet needle keep, but oh my that first pillow is adorable! How often do I say that about your creations?!?! All the time, I know, but I mean it! Hope you'll join us for the WEDDING BLOG PARTY Friday, too!

Big TX Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Jan said...

Love what you and Alice created in the studio today! The pillow is especially gorgeous!

Michelle May said...

Looks like a beautiful day spent with Alice! I love the pillow.
The stitched ATC is so adorable. I know you will treasure it.
Have a fun day my friend!

Jane said...

Beautiful projects! The cushion was stunning. I love the neutral color palette.
Gorgeous, as always Miss Donna!!!
Jane

Deb said...

Both are wonderful projects. The pillow is gorgeous and I just love the needle keep, especially that fabric!

Meri Wiley said...

Hi Donna,

May I ask what brand of printer fabric you use or suggest? Your craftmanship is amazing, and your style is so romantic and clean. Thank you for sharing your work with us.

Hugs,
Meri

Rebecca said...

Lovin that Alice Pillow! Can't wait to see what you are doing for the Sorority! :)

xoRebecca

Beedeebabee said...

Hi Donna! I did have it in the back of my mind to come see your studio! I'm on my way there next but first, your Alice themed pieces are wonderful! I love that cushion! Sandy's ATC is just charming...how cute is her teacup dress!...okay now off to the studio! xo Paulette

MosaicMagpie said...

Thanks for the reminder on the Sorority project, can't wait to see yours. Love the needle keep and the pillow is another beauty.
Debbie

Claudia said...

Hi Donna,

I love, love your Alice in Wonderland pillow!

xo
Claudia

One Cheap B*tch said...

Can't wait to get my pillow - yay!

Jeanine

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

You make the most beautiful things! Now I'm off to check out your studio.
Brenda

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Donna, that pillow is Wonderful! I love it! We are all in Alice mode right now getting ready for the Mad Tea Party Saturday. Have a great week! Twyla

Shirley said...

Busy busy all the time. It helps the time go by. I love your studio I would hate to be a judge if you had a competition because I wouldn't be able to chose just one. Hehehe. Have a wonderful day. Your Missouri Friend.

Michele Seraphim said...

I love the Alice pillow and needle keep sake! So beautiful!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

So love the Alice pieces - they are truly beautiful! :) I just adore that sweet ATC you received. How completely cute! :) Theresa

purplepaint said...

Donna, I forgot to tell you, I drove across town to several different quilt shops and when I finally found some teaparty material I went a little overboard and bought 4 yards! But I'll have such fun dreaming up things to use it for! :) Marva

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