Monthly archives: November, 2016

Tips for a Successful Holiday Bazaar

If you noticed my absence recently, it was because I was knee-deep in preparing for our 22nd annual family bazaar.  Our mom started making items to sell when we were children. As my sisters and I grew, we also started making things to sell at local bazaars. Eventually we made too many things to sell at Read More Here…


Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving with a Few Vintage Pieces

Today I want to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving. May your meal with loved ones and friends be blessed. May we remember all the things we have to be thankful for as we are giving thanks this year. Remind us to be the ones that are seeing life as a glass half full and Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #18

Welcome back to another edition of Vintage Junk Treasures. Once again I have to give most of the credit for these finds to Mr. Deanie. It’s time I make a confession, now if you know me, it will not be a surprise, but I am not a morning person. Nope, never! I am a night owl Read More Here…


Easy Tutorial for Scrap Quilt Pincushions

Today I want to share a tutorial to make pincushions using scrap or cutter quilts. I will show you two methods to make these scrap quilt pincushions. The first method uses an aluminum jello heart mold and the second method is using an aluminum measuring cup. These are easy to make and can be made for Read More Here…