Thursday, October 21, 2010


My nose and I thank you all for your sweet concern and we are both doing just rosy. It is not serious and I will heal in a few weeks time. The bruising is much more faint than I anticipated and some concealer does the trick quiet well for a trek out in public.

I have been sowing a few roses around the studio. The globes I ordered on Ebay for the new light fixture finally came in and I love them. To me they look like creamy roses blooming out of cut glass bowls...They finish off the fixture nicely. I wish they stood up a little higher out of the bowl but this is the best it gets as far as fit goes. I love their soft creamy glow. When I am working and need more light I can just pop them off so I get pretty and practical all in one, a very rosy solution.I have still been fusing with my window treatments too and decided to add a few vintage millinery roses plucked from an old tattered hat...The rest of the plucked blooms fill a decorative jar...Vintage mink roses drape gracefully from a shelf...
I picked up these great rose covered vintage hat boxes not too long ago and I am using them to hold collage papers, small left over bits in the small one and larger pieces in the other...I have begun working on decor for the sewing wall and added this old iron hat rack with a yellow rose motif just above my sewing area...I love saving flowers I have been given and drying them. I bundled a few roses my husband gave me with some cockscomb my daughter gave me and let them dry, tucking them into a little vintage silk handbag with a dainty hanky, vintage postcard, and a found birds nest nestling a pale blue speckled faux egg...As you can see, I am making very small strides of progress to get the pretty part done in the studio. I so wish I had more time to share and visit with you all here today but duty calls and I must answer. How about I leave you with a pretty thought on friendship and how beautiful I find yours to be...

But friendship is the breathing rose, with sweets in every fold.
-Oliver Wendell Holmes-

And a pretty background I designed that you can use in your artwork...(FREE BACKGROUND IMAGE)

I hope your day is a sweet one!

Many Blessings,
Miss Sandy


lailani said...

Love that chandelier! A definite feel good piece!

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Your chandy is magnificent with those globes! What inspiration you must get from them. Your studio is looking quite fab too, but I knew it would. Love the purse you have hanging stuffed with odds & ends... you make it look so easy. Thanks for the background image, love the look, I'm always attracted to things with old dress patterns involved.
Loved my visit here today... well I do everytime I'm here!!

Hugs, Sherry

sjmcdowell said...

Hi Sandi,

What a beautiful chandelier..I have never seen one this unique before!

Your sewing wall evokes the feeling of calmness and inspiration, it is so pretty.

Thank you for the free image. I love roses and it is just perfect!

By the way...I have a wonderful Giveaway going on and would love for you to's something I know You will Love!!
Come visit!!

Hugs and Smiles,


Vee said...

Your light came out beautifully... Your entire room is coming together just as one would expect from a talented decorator such as yourself. We know you're a busy one...take care now.

sonya said...

Hi Miss Sandy,
I love the's so different. It does look like bowls of flowers, very pretty. And you know I love the purse with the nest!:)
I love your picture you created with the pattern and roses.
Thank you for sharing with us, dear friend.

Anonymous said...

Sandy, I love the globes you bought for your chandelier. Romantic for sure! I've never seen that style. It suits you.
Thank you so much for the beautiful background of pattern paper with the rose. I LOVE IT!!
I'm so glad to hear your lil nose is doing better! Maybe put bumpers on all the door frames? ;-)
Hugs, sweet lady!

Tina @ TinyBear said...

Those are some very pretty sneak peeks into your new studio Miss Sandy - still would love to see it all - I´m sure it´s awesome ;D
Love the idea with the bag filled with pretty stuff.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend
xo Tina

The Feathered Nest said...

Hi sweetie!!! I'm so sorry about your nose Sandy! My goodness...I know that had to hurt too ~ and the roses sprinkled throughout your creative space all make me smile ~ I love roses as well and that light fixture is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!! I imagine it is the crowning glory in your studio! I hope you have a wonderful, creative weekend dear Sandy, hugs and love, Dawn

Peggy said...

This is my first visit to your blog, Miss Sandy. How lovely! The roses are gorgeous and the light fixture is glorious. Thanks for sharing. :-D

Barbara Jean said...

all so beautiful.
Thank you for the sweet thought, and the free image too.


barbara jean

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