Monday, March 29, 2010

Dream Girls 2010

The Queens of Dreams
Tiffany Kirchner Dixon of Shabby Scraps and Terri Brush of TerriBrush Designs

I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a weekend with some of the most talented,inspiring and funny women ever! Let me start with the Queen of Dreams herself Miss Tiffany. She really is The Fancy FarmGirl! Her house was so beautiful, her attention to detail to make sure everyone felt at home was beyond, and her art studio to DIE for! Cookie the newest member to the family is only 4months old. I almost threw her in the backseat of my truck and ass napped her, she's soo darn cute!
So onto the Dream Girls Workshop
Saturday was the soldering day so we had to get down to business, because we had some great projects to make thanks to Miss Terri Brush the super talented soldering queen! And not to be left out lil' Miss Donna her right hand girl so helpful and sweet.
More treats,
Tiffany gave us all a set of her beautiful rose photo stationary

How pretty cool are these? was it Lisa that said spooning leads to forking? I know, I know ,what happenes in enumclaw stays in enumclaw:)Lisa brought us all super cute fork and flower card holders and Majai gave us beautiful hand made flower corsages on Saturday.Super sweet Auntie Joy made all of us these adorable folders with special little aprons inside! Can you believe that? Thank you Joy!
Jeanne of a Bushel and a Peck was one of the sweetest funniest girls I met. She even gave me the cutest sweater to wear after I had a run in with a chocolate Martini! Thanks jeanne:) and I kept forgetting to tell you I have a Benjamin too!
We celebrated Tammy and Isabels Birthday Friday night and ended up at the Yella Beak Saloon. Again what happens in Enumclaw must stay In Enumclaw.
I forgot my camera Friday night and didn't get very many good pictures with my $99 cannon sureshot so I would suggest you go to the pros for some better pics Kimberely (mimi charmante) Robin (Birdtweets), Isabel (Mason Douce) And I know many of the other dream girls will be posting what photos they can. Love this photo I took of Lisa and Robin!So this is the end result.
I wanted to use the 1/2 symbol, because Tiffany gave it to me. At the time I didn't know what it meant , but just as I'm posting this pic I realize the significance. I am one who try's to look at the glass "half" full and I know Tiffany does too. This sweet little charm will always remind me now of the girl I met a few years back. The one with the infectious laugh and the giving heart, the one who kept on kris and I to make a blog, we didn't, until she was kind enough to finally do it for us, and well now the rest is history... So for that Tiffany I am indebted to you!This is my soldered paper mache egg that I didn't quite get finished, but it pretty much sums things up!
Holy crap I think this is the longest post I have ever done!


Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Appears like you had a wonderful nice to be with those that love the same things and have the same values that we do.

Glad you had a good time.

The Little Red Shop said...

Oh, what fun!

: )

Julie M.

Florence said...

Looks like you all had so much fun. Florence

A Cottage Muse said...

Glad you had fun! Everything looks so creative and beautiful!

Rochelle said...

Oh what a fun day this looks like! All of you must have had a really good time together - and made lots of goodies to boot!
Have a great day!

AuroraSuzette said...

Sounds like everyone had fantastic times, and creativity runneth over. I get the whole Enumclaw thing..that is where the company I rep for is based!

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Oh Amy ~ What a fantastic time you all must have had. Super talented bunch of gals, armed with cameras, glitter and chocolate martinis ~ it don't get much better than that.

mimi charmante said...

ass- napped? did you just say ass-napped??? seriously, I am still laughing from this weekend. I can't wait to see Robin's photos, from, "the beak"...
love you!

Creative Style said...

Looks like you girls had a blast!!
Just found your blog, glad I did I've really enjoyed looking around.
Love your style, and your blog is beautiful.


Maija said...

I loved meeting you darling Amy!!!

Anonymous said...

I would say a great time was had by all! I so want to get your way and see your shop. Have a blessed Easter weekend.


krys kirkpatrick said...

This looks like a blast. I would bet there was much laughter. Hanging out with friends and making stuff is the best.

Anne Marie said...

looks like you all had a blast!! it's very nice to meet you via someone's blog's sidebar (lol)

Patty said...

Oh gosh that 1/2 symbol is so cute, I want one too ;)

Anonymous said...

Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm...................................................

KatCollects said...

Your artwork came out BEAUTIFUL!

Jenn said...

Hi Amy~
just visiting from Bushel and a Peck ~ Looks like y'all had such a fun girly weekend! You are all so talented! So wonderful to see such sweet friendships formed from blogging! Are you the gal with the shop in Sumner? I live in Olympia Wa!! ;) Perhaps on a sister junk shopping day .. I can swindle them in to driving to your shop! it won't be hard! Both my sisters love The Old Cannery. Nice to meet you!

sadienstella said...

It looks like you had a blast. Sharing and laughing with gal pals is like a great big dose of sunshine. I enjoy your site!

Jen said...

the paper mache egg is adorable!

Insolvency advice said...

Cookie is so cute. Congratulations to the arrival of another cute family member. Have a pleasant day.