September 19, 2010

Young Talent In Blogland...

Today, I'd like to introduce you to a new blog friend. Taylor is the daughter of Lori Ellis of Rasberries and Rose Petals...and I think you'll agree, Lori has raised a delightful young woman. Her new blog is Lady Lemondrop's Sunroom. Taylor has agreed to write her own introduction for me, so without further delay...

Hi! My name is Taylor. I have been a crafter since about 3 years of age, thanks to my mom. She always had little crafts for me and my sister to work on at home. I am a big fan of animals and nature, I love to draw and paint, and I have recently taken an interest in knitting. I am also a big movie fanatic. I will watch any movie except horror movies. My favorite actress of all time is Audrey Hepburn. I have most of her movies and books because I am just an "Audrey freak" like that. I decided to make a blog because I wanted to interact with people on the internet in a different way than Facebook.
My biggest interest is knitting. I didn't exactly grow up around people who knit or anything. I started knitting because I wanted to make hats and scarves for the Warm The Children program that a couple ladies at my church were a part of. And now, I have become completely addicted. I absolutely love knitting! Hats are my favorite, mostly because they are quick and usually pretty easy and self-explanatory. I am trying to broaden my knitting horizons, trying to knit more advanced things like shawls or gloves. Sometimes it is very difficult, but I actually find it almost therapeutic. If I am ever stressed out about something, I can sit down and knit and I feel better after a while. I have probably about 5 or 6 projects in-the-make right now. I like having a lot going at once because if one makes me mad, I can just put it down and grab another!
I also really like art, though not necessarily all parts of it. My favorite area of art is painting. I have taken art classes all through my school years and even had a private art class outside of school. I also like drawing, but painting is definitely my thing. There is just something about being able to do all sorts of different things on a picture, whether it's using a thicker brush or using a TON of paint. I like to experiment with it. I have recently taken interest in silhouette pictures. I was never really good at drawing people's faces, so I decided to try their profiles only. I was so happy with how it turned out that I made it into a silhouette (because I don't like drawing eyes and noses and mouths). I really only use acrylic paints, but I am going to try to use oil paints or watercolor. That should be fun.

I am all into Shabby Chic. I love all things shabby, white, and pink. Most of the crafts I do are a kind of amateur shabby-ness. I am not quite a pro, but I guess I can only go up from here. Quite honestly, I think I also get my love of all things shabby from my mom. I like to keep my crafts very colorful. My favorite color is PINK and I use it quite often in most of my projects. Pink and Green! I am really only just starting now with making crafts as decorations. I used to do a lot of scrap booking, but now I can't find any pictures to use for it. Maybe someday I will get back to it!

So that's pretty much me right now. There are a few things yet to come, though! Beginning in October, I will be taking a cake decorating class. I am super excited because I have always been thrilled with all the different kinds of cakes and such. It will be quite an adventure for me. I also hope to find a lot of inspiration from blogging to help me expand my creative side! I love to try new things! I hope that being in the blogging realm can help me (and I'm pretty sure it will!). So, there it is! Hope you learned a little about me from these few paragraphs. I would love to hear from you, too!

See you around!
Taylor

Thank you, Taylor, for writing to tell us a little bit about yourself. I'm proud to be a follower of such a beautiful, grounded and talented young lady. Girlfriends, you can link over to Lady Lemondrop's Sunroom by clicking here. I hope you'll all visit her blog, introduce yourself and welcome Taylor to Blogland. I'm sure you'll love to follow her as she shares her creations with us.

16 friends clicked here to leave a note for me:

Createology said...

How very sweet to introduce us to Taylor. However, the link did not work for me. I will try again.
Happy week...

The Farmer's Attic said...

Thoroughly enjoyed Taylor's blog. Thanks for introducing her.

The French Bear said...

So nice to meet you Taylor, it is so wonderful to see and hear about someone just learning new crafts and skills, way to go!!! Love the painting!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Beedeebabee said...

Hi Donna! What a beautiful, lovely and very talented young lady you've introduced us to. I'll pop over to say hello. Have a fun day, Sweetie! xo Paulette :)

Claudia said...

What an amazing young woman! I will go right on over and visit Taylor's blog.

xo
Claudia

Scrapping With Sherry said...

Wow, What an amazing young lady. You dont find young woman like that as often anymore. I will be happy to go over and welcome her.
I came to see if you had the Sept. ATC posted yet, but I will come back.

My partner was Debbie and I posted her ATC on Saturday. I also posted my entry for the ATC Holder Challenge last night if you would like to take a peek at them you can at http://scrappingwithsherry.blogspot.com/

Hope to see you there! Sherry

PS. Dont forget to vote for Blissfull's ATC Holder Challenge...

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

WOW! Thank you for introducing me to Taylor! What a talent - I would love to see more young ladies developing talents instead of texting... thanks for your driving comment too!
I SEE MOTORCYCLES!

Michelle May said...

What a sweet gal she is!
xx, shell

Raspberries and Rose Petals said...

Hi Donna! Thanks so much for introducing Taylor to your readers! It meant a lot to her! She is a sweetheart, if I do say so myself! ;)

I did not know you are from our neck of the woods...it truely is a small world!

Big Hugs!
Lori

Honey Lamb and I said...

She's adorable! I will have to go and check her out! I have been out of blog world for awhile so I will have to go and catch up on your blog and what you have been up to! :)

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

What a darling girl!
She looks so much her mama did at her age, too.

Thank you for introducing us to this talented young blogger!

Hugs
Anne

Tracy Suzanne said...

Thanks for introducing us to Taylor. What a pretty and talented young girl. I'm going to head over and visit her now.

ooxx's...Tracy :)

marie said...

Such a talented young lady! Thanks for sharing her with us. I'm excited to visit her blog!

MosaicMagpie said...

Thank you for bringing Taylor to our attention. There is nothing better than encouraging each other and especially those younger.
Debbie

MosaicMagpie said...

Thank you for bringing Taylor to our attention. There is nothing better than encouraging each other and especially those younger.
Debbie

Taylor Kay said...

Hey Donna!
Thanks again SO MUCH for introducing me to all these wonderful new people! :) It really means a lot to me

Taylor Kay

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