Thursday, September 9, 2010

Well I guess it's time to say Goodbye

Well looks like it's time to say goodbye to Summer!
The nights are starting to cool off here,
perfect weather to start working
on some Christmas Creations
I've committed myself to a Show in the
 first week of December
So I figured I better get busy.....

I'm gathering all my Christmas goodies
that I've collected through
the Summer months Estate Sales
And embellishing my Custom
Favor Baskets
Each will be embellished and filled
with authentic Vintage Christmas

It seems kinda funny to start working on Christmas
but I have a whole lot of things to keep
me busy in October ....

I sure hope you enjoyed seeing what I am creating
And I sure do love sharing with you all!


Paula Clare said...

Hi Diane!
Congrats on your kid's move back home! It will be wonderful to have access to those two sweet babies! And congrats to Rockstar on his induction into the band...Panic at the Disco has been a fave band of mine for a few years now! So much good news!

Can't wait to see your Christmas creations...always ADORABLE!

jen said...

Those are so CUTE! Congrats on the little ones and the rockstar headed home I am so glad for you, family is such a blessing.

luvs and glitter

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Awwww! Such sweet news about your daughter and family. That'll be so nice for all of you.

These vintage decorations are so imaginative too!

Never too early to work on Christmas!!

Have a great weekend,

Valarie said...

First off, congratulations to your sweet daughter, and her oh so talented hubby!! Panic is my oldest sons favorite band, so he knew what you were talking about! I am supposed to be on a strict Christmas more buying Christmas goodies, but now you went and ruined it. I must own one of those sweet treat cups. Let me know when you list them.
xxoo Valarie


So HAPPY for you that your daughter and family are "coming home"!!! It will be a wonderful Christmas.
That is so cool that you are doing a craft show! I hope you sell everyone one of your awesome treasures!
It's totally feeling like Fall here! Leaves are turning and the air is cool.
Have a lovely weekend!
deb :)


First, so excited for you that your daughter and rock star hubs are coming back to Cali! Babes and grandbabes, closeby!!! Your Christmas creations are so fun. You must be excited to have a sale to create for. Happy crafting! ~ Angela

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

These are just gorgeous!
You are so creative!
Love it! Love it!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Barbara at Oodles and Oodles said...

Those little favor baskets are just adorable. Bought some plastic ones today and thought of you! I tried to leave a comment on your post last week (or the week before?) about that fabulous sale you went to - good for you!!!

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

When I saw your title, "It's time to say goodbye" my heart skipped a beat. For a split second, I thought you meant GOODBYE and were giving up blogging. But, Yay!, you mean summer. I'm ready for summer to be over, but here in South Texas, we still have a little way to go.
I love your little pixie baskets! So sweet and cute. You're amazing being able to think that far ahead.
I'm still getting ready for Labor Day...
Patricia :o)

Scrappy Jessi said...

hey sweets,
these are darling!!!
hope all is well

A Vintage Chic said...

LOVE your Christmas creations, Diane! And Panic at the Disco is one of our favorites! How cool! Can't wait to hear more...been waiting for a new CD from them!

Hope your weekend is wonderful!


Lisa said...

I too am excited about the Holiday season starting! love your sweet baskets!
Hugs, Lisa

Anonymous said...

Oh yes; never too early to think about Christmas (!!!) I already started planning this and that!
Lovely things you have collected, so cheerfull!

Elyse said...


congrats to mr. breezy!

your cups could not be sweeter. so adorable!!!

don't let the chill fool you. there will be plenty of hot days to come through october (that's my hunch). at least here in RI.


Loose Sparrow Arts N Crafts said...

We do have a lot in common! My son is a "rockstar," too. His up-and-coming band Gaza just got back from a six week tour of Europe. It's a lot harder and more work than I would have ever imagined to get CD"S out there and to spend so much time touring away from home...but an opportunity of a lifetime! Tell him congrats!