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In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

azteclady [Visitor]

It looks great–oh man, so cool to see how much you’ve done already.

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 16:30

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

April [Visitor]

*BOING* because I’d have to in order to see the top HAAA! It’’s striking :D This is such a fab house, I love the tweaks you’ve planned to make it your own!

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 14:27

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Lyssa [Visitor]

Oh my! Even in it’s nowhere-near-finished state, it is SOOOO striking!!!! Bravo!

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 13:07

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Susan Korman [Visitor]

I love how it’s all coming together!

Susan

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 11:22

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Mad for Mod [Visitor]

Gorgeous!

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 06:52

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

elizabeth s [Visitor]

This is really taking shape and Looking Good! Love it!!!

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 02:56

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

12Create [Visitor]

Oh, fabulous. It is really coming along now. Love it.

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 23:18

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Barbara [Visitor]

‘Wow!’ was my reaction too.
This is just amazing!

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 22:51

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Marion [Visitor]

It’s an absolute beauty. Grandiose ! Wow !

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 22:49

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Blondie [Visitor]

I’m speechless. It’s sooo beautiful!!

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 22:24

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 6

Debora [Visitor]

Wow! Applause! Beautiful! :D

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 22:11

In response to: Vintage plans and Sue Cook fireplace on eBay

Susan Korman [Visitor]

Love the plans for the Victorian store!

Susan

 Permalink 04/17/14 @ 16:10

In response to: The Brownstone - front wall progress

Lucille [Visitor]

So much work, Brae! You’ll be glad to see the end of this phase I’m sure!

 Permalink 04/16/14 @ 18:20

In response to: The Brownstone - front wall progress

Blondie [Visitor]

Beautiful work!!

 Permalink 04/16/14 @ 11:09

In response to: The Brownstone - front wall progress

Debora [Visitor]

Wow! So much work accomplished! I like how you are showing all the steps that are usually “behind the scenes.”

 Permalink 04/16/14 @ 10:05

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

Susan Korman [Visitor]

Hi,

I’ve been following all you postings relating to the ongoing Brownstone and the postings for all your goodies, just didn’t have time to post. I love everything and I always love when people share what they’ve bought or classes they took at shows. So cool. Thanks Brae!

Susan

 Permalink 04/15/14 @ 11:56

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

Lucille [Visitor]

My favourite are the geode, the rabbit and the dishes! Very pretty! It must be fun to attend such an event. I’ve never had the occasion.

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 19:38

In response to: Scratch built sofa

Brigitte [Visitor]

I am having fun making a couch for my granddaughter

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 18:52

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

OOOH, what wonderful kits! I love to see what people buy… and hope that I will get to see all those goodies in use! It looks like you had a Great time at both shows. Thanks for all the links to the treasures too…. temptation ….! :)

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 16:52

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

Blondie [Visitor]

Fantastic!! The pottery is my favorite!

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 10:16

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

emjay [Visitor]

What beautiful things you bought. I love everything you showed both yesterday and today.
emjay

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 08:57

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Evelyne [Visitor]

Brae, you have such a good eye to find great items!

I once made a macrame plant hanger that looks very much like the one you got. It took me forever to finish it. The progress is so slow… Kind of petitpointing a rug. Kudos to the seller/maker, her works is wonderful!

http://minhasminis-myminis.blogspot.com.br/2013/04/enquanto-isso-macrame-meanwhile-macrame.html

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 08:22

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

April [Visitor]

:D Thanks for bringing me back over (both times), there was certainly too much to cover in only an hour at TBM!

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 07:56

In response to: The remaining days at the Bishop and 3 Blind Mice shows - April 2014

Barbara [Visitor]

I like the Easter bunny! :)
I am intrigued by your choices and look forward to seeing how everything is used, especially the desk (kit).

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 07:13

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

12Create [Visitor]

Wow what a fabulous selection of miniatures. The fox door knockers and the lights really stand out for me and the paper quilts look beautiful.

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 04:12

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

pepper [Visitor]

Wow, that’s quite a haul you got there.
Are those quilts really printed on paper towel? O-o

 Permalink 04/14/14 @ 01:10

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Lucille [Visitor]

Wow! A fantastic shopping trip!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 19:06

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 4

Mad for Mod [Visitor]

I love the black window frames!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 18:58

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

elizabeth s [Visitor]

Hi Brae
I love the tiny pine cones, the light fixtures and Those Quilts! What an ingenious idea! All of your lovely things will be put to very good use, but thank you for allowing us to enjoy them too!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 17:23

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Barbara [Visitor]

Really great finds.
I look forward to seeing the finished little boxes (kits).
The quilts are awesome - what a clever idea!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 14:39

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Keli [Visitor]

Nice!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 12:00

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Mad for Mod [Visitor]

Nice knockers….Man, I wish I had seen those door handles and salt & pepper shakers when I was there yesterday. Nice finds!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 11:39

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Blondie [Visitor]

I’m soooo happy to see all of these goodies!! Wow! Thank you for sharing!!

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 10:00

In response to: Bishop, day one -- 3 Blind Mice, day two - April 2014

Debora [Visitor]

Must wipe drool from chin…
Great finds Brae! :D

 Permalink 04/13/14 @ 09:49

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

heidi [Visitor]

love the macrame hanger. I too picked up a couple of fun things…an artist’s desk with modeling clay sculpture. And a couple of things from Flowers by Kathie- a rug and basket.

 Permalink 04/11/14 @ 22:27

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

You have such a disciplined eye, Brae!!! You find the most original pieces…. that sink is remarkable…! … and you only go for the pieces you know you are going to use!!! And it all looks so Fantastic! Have fun with the rest of your weekend!!!

 Permalink 04/11/14 @ 18:50

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Keli [Visitor]

Awesome finds :)

I had to cancel my plans to come…we had to, unexpectedly, buy a new boiler (furnace) and water heater.

 Permalink 04/11/14 @ 04:32

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Barbara [Visitor]

I really, really like the black chairs with their beautiful patina.
(Those little snowmen are pretty darned cute, though.)

 Permalink 04/10/14 @ 23:45

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

12Create [Visitor]

It is all fabulous but I really love that macrame hanger. I used to do macrame decades ago. I wonder if I can remember how to do it.

 Permalink 04/10/14 @ 23:27

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Debora [Visitor]

Great finds! :D

 Permalink 04/10/14 @ 23:14

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Lene [Visitor]

I love the sliding door and that sink is just fabulous! I cannot wait to see what you plan for the rest of that bathroom.

 Permalink 04/10/14 @ 22:04

In response to: 3 Blind Mice - April 2014

Blondie [Visitor]

I loooove seeing what you get at the shows. I have a big ole smile plastered on my face. :)

 Permalink 04/10/14 @ 21:31

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

Daphne K. [Visitor]

Looking amazing Brae! Can’t wait!

 Permalink 04/09/14 @ 14:42

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

Keli [Visitor]

Wow…sooooo much work with this kit.

 Permalink 04/09/14 @ 03:17

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

pepper [Visitor]

It’s great to watch the Brownstone coming together. I just love the chocolate brown around the frame. It’s making me crave Oreo cookies =0)

 Permalink 04/09/14 @ 01:09

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

April [Visitor]

ohhh I wanna pull up a seat and stare out the window

 Permalink 04/08/14 @ 19:45

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

Blondie [Visitor]

Looks fantastic!!!

 Permalink 04/08/14 @ 19:45

In response to: The Brownstone - bay window section, part 5

Debora [Visitor]

That noise you hear is applause! Love it!

 Permalink 04/08/14 @ 19:25

In response to: One settee, two settee, and always an animal on it...

Betsy rogers [Visitor]

Hi Brae! I Love your settees! They are Seductive! I think it is because they fit easily into the small proportions of most dollhouse rooms. A real scale sofa would consume a lot of room!
Besides… I am one of those little people who fit better on settees than huge sofas which swallow me up… so I am partial to them myself!
As usual… your versions are very lovely!

 Permalink 04/08/14 @ 18:59

In response to: One settee, two settee, and always an animal on it...

Blondie [Visitor]

My sister has an antique settee in her guest bedroom that she inherited from our grandmother. I was just there this weekend and looked at it and thought, “That thing is SO uncomfortable!” So I agree that Real Life ones aren’t that exciting, but the mini versions RULE.

 Permalink 04/07/14 @ 23:46