Sunday, March 24, 2013

Little Tommy :) and State Fair

 My little Tommy Buckaroo is Two months old today! Isn't he a handsome little man :)
 This is some of his bedroom decor...*notice Elizabeths sweet delivery stork :) the middle is one of my (Laura) grandpop Linds' horse toys from when he was a young boy. Grandpop Lind was a bridge horse cop in Philadelphia...he was actually working that sad day when president John F. Kennedy was assassinated!
 Isn't this the sweetest vintage baby planter ..figurine you ever did see...    Michele loved it...I  bought it for her and used it as a display piece at he shower....but I dropped it and broke the shoe...I'm planning on repairing it. Below I started my statefair pieces...just incase I get to do the swap Elizabeth mentioned..She was talking about doing a state fair swap of some I made the balloons below out of paperclay and I'm working on kids and a bunch of other cute stuff.

For those of you who haven't seen it below are two pictures of the spoolie I sent my swap partner Holly @



chris mckinley said...

Your Tommy is darling and has quite a head of hair!! Love the planter!!


Kim Covell-Campbell said...

Oh gosh! I read about the state fair swap too! I want to part take so badly. I have been drafting ideas in my head and have stuff ready to go!

Liz said...

Wow your little grandson sure is growing. Love all of the hair! Great decor in that little guys room. You are so darn creative! Always enjoy seeing what you have made!

donna said...

Tommy is so cute. Did you draw his picture? I love that wall in his room. The little boy on the wall is so cute I love the expression on his face and the little cow looks like he is up to something. lol Your paper clay is gorgeous. You are so talented. Hope you are having a great weekend.

Sandy McClay said...

Love it all! I so hope someday I get to have a grandbaby that doesn't have 4 feet and a tail! :):)
Thank you for your thoughts for Maya, she is doing better...I am a total wreck! :)

VintageBettys said...

That first picture of lil Tommy that looks like a drawing was done by a button on Micheles camera.

Abbey Crafton said...

Youre spoolie is sweet but, Tommy is sweeter !

Jill said...

That is just the sweetest little planter!

The spoolie swap was so much fun, each one I've seen has been a work of art!

Musings from Kim K. said...

Such a beautiful grandson. Love all the vintage pieces for his nursery. Your spoolie is just perfect. I'm not ready for Easter to be in a week. I love all the decorations so much.

Lady Linda said...


Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

Tommy looks like a doll! Seriously, I thought it was a picture of a doll at first! lol
Gosh he's cute!
Your talent with paperclay is outstanding! Love the balloon animals.
Thank you for sharing Tommy with us, I'm so glad we got to see a recent pic!
Erica :)

vivian said...

what a great little spoolie! your little blue bird is stinking adorable!
I do that that spoolie swap was one of my all time favorite swaps!
have a great week!

Sandy C said...

Happy birthday/milestone to your sweet Grand Son :)

Sandy xox

craftyles said...

Tommy is a doll! Your paperclay is amazing. I keep telling myself to try this. ALso love the spoolie. So creative.

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Sooo cute! It's all so adorable! Love those balloons! How fun! :) Happy new week! xo Holly

ImagiMeri said...

Everything, especially your grandson, are amazing. Your spoolies are so dang cute.....we just might have to swap goodies sometime!


Dorothy Crutchfield said...

Little Tommy is growing so fast, look at all the pretty hair!

vintage grey said...

Tommy is so adorable and sweet!! Love the vintage planter!! Have a beautiful week! xo Heather

Chenille Cottage said...

Your little Tommy is a doll...This Grammy loves little boys, too!

What a cute planter! I enjoy visiting your blog nd am never disappointed. You have so many delightful things to share!

Tresa@710southmain said...

Tommy is so, so precious. Oh what a joy he must be! Your work is just wonderful. I love seeing your new creations. Keep 'em coming!