Sunday, October 5, 2008

Eleven Things.



1. Dina Wakley's Art Journal Class at Get it Scrapped. This is really out of the box for me, and I can't wait to start this class in a couple of weeks. I've been a huge fan of Dina's for some time, and this is going to be a real treat! Click on her name to check out her adorable blog.
2. This bears repeating. Sign up for the Martha Stewart Halloween workshop. I'm so making these cookies...
3. Libby Lohnes sent me this adorable idea and wanted to share. She whipped up a bunch of decorative glass jars using the Imaginisce rub ons. Aren't they cute? Thanks for sharing Libby!
4. I'm officially hooked on the Karen Russell Narritives Easel albums. This is my 4th one, and I love them...
I created this book for a dear friend that I've known forever, and had her send me a list of several of her favorite things about her 21 month old daughter. I did a big photo shoot of Sophia when they were here in August. I can't wait to give it to her...
5. The October Zany Zinnia kit. Seriously. Listen, not only is Stacy a wonderful gal (who does a bang up business with her mom--I love that), but it is a great value. They just added two wonderful gals to their DT--and I can't wait to see what they do with the kits! Congrats Jennifer & Jamie!!
6. I'm loving the hell out of CZ's class and have forced myself to scrap these last couple of days.
7. This Etsy Shop. Aren't the necklaces cute? My daughter loves them...

8. The Zombie that adorns my morning room. We got him at Michael's, and it is activated by motion or noise. My kids love showing him off to people who stop by. We call him Mr. Schmooky. Don't ask.
9. Kids crafts. We had a bunch of moms and kids over last weekend for a kid's craft class, and it was really a lot of fun. More on this later on in the week. I ordered most of the stuff from here.
10. Apple crisp. Made with apples we picked. Topped with caramel. You know you want some.
11. Next Saturday, October 11th, is my annual Croptoberfest at the Waterbury Community Center. If you are interested in attending, please email me at Turay413@gmail.com. The cost is $25 and it includes lunch and dinner (in a pumpkin, to be exact). It runs from noon until midnight--and there are 5 seats available. Hope to see you there!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend...

9 comments:

LisaNRoxy said...

Holy Canoli - What an awesome post full of so much goodness! Trish - you always start my day with great stuff. Thanks for all the awesome websites. I was not aware of Martha's Halloween classes. I am so going to add it to my morning checklist. I do not have a little girl (pugs excluded) so I think I might need that cupcake necklace for myself!! Have a wonderful Sunday my friend.

Colleen said...

whoa
sensory overload!

going to check out martha

LuAnn said...

hey that Martha things seems cool - need to go check that out! love Mr. Schmooky!!! and the cupcake necklace!!!

Kyla said...

Holy cow girl! Where do you find the TIME to do all these wonderful things?! And YES! I'm wanting some of that apple crisp! lol Can't wait to see more of your work in the DYL class!

jamie said...

where to begin...what a fun post. first...would love to take that art journal class...maybe it will be avail again next year.
then that easel album is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l...how sweet!!!
gotta say thanks for that little zany plug...thanks!!!
and that apple crisp...oh my goodness...gimme gimme gimme...
thanks trish for sharing all your great finds!

Erin Bassett said...

Love you DYL LO! (That class is a blast!) And yes, I'd love a serving of apple crisp!!!

pickmepam said...

i still think the plain dealer saying "miss a day, miss a lot" is SO appropriate for your blog, trish!
bunch of fantastic ideas! can't wait to use some of them!

borcherding said...

Dear lord that was a wonderful post!! And your home? FREAKIN" GORGEOUS!!!!!!

bandaidqueen said...

Please post the recipe for the apple crisp!