Monday, August 20, 2007

Monday YUMMIES for YOU!

Good Morning, my Fabulous Friends! It's Monday and, as usual, I'm inviting you to enjoy some YUMMIES with me that I've been making eyes at (or....er....indulging in!) this week. Oh you're going to love them! We're starting a bit late so I've got my little cyber-mobile running out by the curb. Let's go!

Well I just LOVE that sweet little pink number you have on, Darlin'! As you can see, I woke up late and didn't have time to put in my contacts or my bulge-restraining undergarments...oops! And gosh...I must've gotten dressed in the dark because WOW this brown outfit isn't doing a THING for me, is it? Oh well...no one will see me but you and you don't care, right? O.k. here we go. But what's this? We have a band of admirers! They must have seen my cuter-than-cute red thing around my neck and couldn't help themselves. But wait...they're yelling your name! Hang on, Sweets...and away we go, off into cyber space. Goodbye, boys...we have yummies to see!


YUMMY THING ONE: "Charlotte" by Jenny Heid and Aaron Nieradka of

Everyday is a Holiday



Let me introduce you to my new obsession: a new line of THE SWEETEST paintings by Jenny Heid and Aaron Nieradka of Everyday is a Holiday. I know you know I like pink, vintage and all things DOLL. But this is just a whole new level of yummy! My recent obsession and the subject of WAY too many hours of eBay searches is "vintage bisque dolls." The tinier the better. I love them all but I prefer those that are under 6 inches, have painted-on hair and rosy cheeks. So when I saw this painting I just about DIED. Actually I just about hit, "buy it now." But Jenny says there will be more of these lovelies and that "Charlotte" (this darling) is just the beginning. What if I love the next one MORE? So I am saving up for one or more of these. They BELONG on my new studio wall. Yes, they do.





YUMMY THING TWO:

So this is in a size 3/6 month and the only person who wears that size around here is a boy, so you don't have to worry about me snatching this outrageously beautiful set up anytime soon. But if it came any bigger...well that's another story! I can tell you without even asking Miss Sunda Rose that this incredible coat and hat is made from a vintage pink rose Wilendur fabric that I ADORE and would wrap myself and my entire house in if I could. The definition of YUMMY in the dictionary says something about this little set, I'm sure!


YUMMY THING THREE:

"Lovely" crown by Acorn Mama
So after Emily's recent birthday I've got crowns on the brain. I'm not making any but I'm sure oggling them. Look at this "lovely" one! How sweet would that be for a lovely little birthday girl??


YUMMY THING FOUR: "Dream" Garland by The Small Treasures

I found this on flickr and went hunting around to find who made it and where I could get one. I found The Small Treasures, a sweet-as-can-be little etsy shoppe by the sweetest gal who lives in Germany. Her blog is fun, too! So I convo'd her and she is making me a garland like this that will say, "DOLL" (remember that's the name of my line of clothing for girls?)! I'm so excited! This garland is sold, but I have a feeling she might make some custom signs for you if you ask REAL NICE. ;)
















YUMMY THING FIVE: A Fairy Door by Once Upon a Time Design

Besides having dolls and crowns on the brain, I have a major fixation on fairies right now. My girls LOVE all things fairies. They play fairies in the yard with the huge mulberry tree leaves as their "wings," their room theme is fairy princesses and I have a feeling that you're going to find two little fairies trick-or-treating down our new street in a couple months! But besides that, I have been doing some major creating, much of which involves fairies. That's a whole other blog, though...but I can't wait to show you what I'm making!
In the meantime, here is the cutest thing: A Fairy Door. My girls have not seen this but I can guarantee that there is going to be a Fairy Door in our new house. I just LOVE this. This particular door is sold but you can find many more in the Once Upon a Time Design shoppe on etsy!
Well that's all for today! Here we are, back at your house! And those men on bicycles seem to have disappeared.
Let's do this again...soon!

14 comments:

Sugar Bear said...

Everything certainly is quite yummy! Love the banner. I'm going to be making some similar to this for a surprise party I'm hosting this weekend. I love your beginning narrative as well!
Karla

Jennifer said...

WOW! Your Monday Yummies are quite tasty! :) Im sooo in awe of the fairy door! How creative and I just love the pale pink! Must check out her shop! Thanks for posting such fun things!
XO,
Jenn

jbw said...

sigh.

Cheryl said...

thanks, gals! jbw...hope that was a happy, satisfied, full of yummies sigh! ;)

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Lots of yummy goods!

Elaine Thomas said...

Wow! quite scrumptious!! I love the painting by Jenny.
Elaine

Heather ~ Pretty Petals said...

Wow! Everything is so beautiful!! I love Jenny's new painting..adorable! Also love the banner and DOll will be so cute!!

Gorgeous Gorgeous!!
Heather

by the way you asked about ounces for the glitter so I thought i would just explain to you here so you know! A half of a pound of glitter is 8 ounces... so the jars I am planning to sell are 2 oz. They look to be about the size of a small spice jar. You will find that if you bought 2 oz of regular glitter and 2 oz of glass glitter the glass would be less because it is heavier (maybe about the weight of sugar)..if you know what I mean?? But a little goes such a long way and unless you are planning to glitter everything a small jar truly does last awhile. As far as the mica flakes go...it is super light so 1 oz of that is alot! My bags are a 4"x6" size but only weigh 1 oz. Hope I helped you out and didn't confuse you!

Lori said...

Cheryl, Thanks for visiting! Yep, I live in So.Bend, capital of beige and brown everything!! You search for pink here believe me!! Enjoyed you blog, will visitagain! Lori

Lori said...

Oops, almost forgot!! What a beautiful little girl, love her crown! Lori

She'sSewPretty said...

Cheryl, That was a fun shopping trip! I love that fairy door. I think I need one but the males around here would probably roll their eyes. LOL

jbw said...

"Cheryl said...
thanks, gals! jbw...hope that was a happy, satisfied, full of yummies sigh! ;)

August 20, 2007 5:36 PM"

Not EXACTLY.
just a bit of "exaspiration"
It's MOSTLY good, though.

ever been here?
http://urban-fairies.com/

Cheryl said...
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Cheryl said...

Oops! O.k. try this agin!
Glad you had a good time, Sweet Friends!
jbw...I HAVE seen your site and I think it's just great. Sorry you were exasperated by our little cyber shopping trip!

Linda and Laura Lilly Cottage said...

Hi Cheryl, oh I feel so much better now that I have been able to visit and get a fix of Monday lovlies, yes I know it is Thursday but when your computer is not playing fair, I take what I can get. Thanks for sharing your lovely finds, too too sweet and your new creations are equally as scrumptious! TTFN and KN Linda Lilly Cottage.