These are just a few pictures of the fun I had recently at the Ponderosa Sisters Stampeed in McCall, ID.
The first picture is a clever idea of using a stepstool for a table.
Picture #2 is of a handful of us gathering up as we head out to go home. There were 7 of us trailers taking over the 395....from Idaho to Oregon to Washington.
Picture#3 is the SOTF Banner and #4 is a pic of my "little Twinkie".
#5 is some gals practicing their fly fish casting and in #6 some of the gals are checking out the goodies up for auction, which by the way generated $8.000.00 for the Susan G. Korman Breast Cancer Foundation. And last but not least a cleaver way to hide ones 'chamber pot'. Wish I had thought of it.lol! To get a closer look of the pics just click on each picture.
I did have one of MaryJane Lee #595 & myself, in aprons,,, she looked great but I looked like a frog so I am not posting that picture, haha!
Inspite of the king sized misquitos we had a great time.
Well, it is finally coming to fruition, my small lavender farm. My darling husband worked up the soil and got 20 plants in the ground today. I have 42 more plants waiting in pots, hopefully they will get planted by this weekend I plan to buy 40-60 more plants with in the next 3-4 weeks.
I can hardly wait to see those busy little honey bees a buzzin around my lavender...I'll keep you updated as we progress here at 'Lavender Grace Farm'.
I Love hats, be they vintage, new or eclectic. I currently own 28 wonderful hats. I would love to buy lot's of lovely hat stands but they can cost a tidy sum ,so as any creative woman would do, I made my own!
I found these wooden paper towel holders at the local Dollar store and as you can see in the photo, I painted them then I wrapped scrap fabric around some left over poly-fiber fill and with glue gun in hand I added trim, ta-dah! instant hat holder. You can cut the little peg off or leave it as I did to hang a necklace or bracelet from. (click on pic for a closer look)