IMPORTANT: Address Change

My blog will still be operating, however the new purchasing of cards and prints will be under construction for some time. Hope you understand and bear with me.

The address of this blog has been permanently changed. "Donnadidit" no longer exists and will not show up on any search engine. It is important that you ...
1. Grab my button which will automatically bring you here ... or...
2. Change the name (dorothydonnaparker) and the URL on your reading and/or receive list. (Blogroll) ... or ...
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If you have any questions, please contact me by email. Don't want to loose you. Love you too much. :o) Donna, Doni, Lady D xoxo

Friday, September 17, 2010

* A little bit more completed

The bedspread I ordered arrived.  Since I had added blue to the room, I had pretty much decided I would send it back and get a blue one.  I was surprised when I put it on the bed and liked it.  It works because the blue and the green are the same intensity.  So ... I'm keeping it.  One less hassle.  My little place is coming together.

Habibi says "Do I look good sitting on green, Mummy?"


2 comments:

Carolyn said...

I like your new bedspread. It reflects a separation from the rest of the living area by being in a different color. Love the white "bear rug" too.

Peaches...I canned about 19 quarts and 7 pints of jam. That should do us for the winter months.

Today at stamp club we used ice resin to make pendants. Mine aren't finished and will wait until company leaves then I'll add them to my blog.

Thanks for your kind comments on daughter's art.

ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND.

Hugs,
c

C

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

Thanks Carolyn. I thought the same thing - it gives the room a little separation. I can remember doing all that canning. It always felt good to have the shelves full for the winter. You will enjoy the 'fruits of your labour' ... literally.

I'm so far behind in 'what's new out there' as far as art materials go. Ice resin is new to me. Can't wait to see your final product.

Thanks for stopping by, Carolyn.