Friday, February 10, 2012

Bean and Bouquets

I'm prepping for two craft sales this weekend and I've been spending lots of time in my studio.  The days have been long and a little lonely so I'm always thankful when Charlene stops in for a visit.

She enjoys perching on my desk and watching me work.  

And she looks so pretty doing it.





The sale on Saturday is in Seattle, and Sunday's is in Tacoma. If you would care to learn more about them,  please visit my craft blog.  Stop by and say hello if you can!   It's always a treat to meet the IBKC community members in person!


15 comments:

  1. She looks like a Valentine card!

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  2. Charlene is indeed gorgeous! Is she a 'helper' or a watcher?

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  3. That first picture (okay, both of those pictures!) belong on the front of a Valentine's card!

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  4. These photographs are two of your best yet--and that's saying a lot. I certainly would buy them as magnets or Valentine's cards. I hope your craft fairs go well--I'd go to them if they weren't on the other side of the country.

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  5. Bean goes with EVERYTHING! amazing

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  6. Such overwhelming prettiness!!!! <3 <3 Happy early Valentine's Day to you and the Bean! :)

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  7. Laurie-You are soooo talented! These photos would look fabulous on the front of a greeting card!
    -Rosemary in Minneapolis
    P.S. We're still waiting to hear the story about Bean and Christmas glitter... :-)

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  8. What a handsome little fur woman.

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  9. Oh, how beautiful! Two of my favourite things--cute animals and flowers. Charlene and the flowers are lovely!

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  10. She's beautiful anywhere, but next to flowers... stunning!

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  11. Beautiful flower girl!

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  12. Beautiful bouquet to complement a beautiful cat!

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  13. What a beautiful Bean Bouquet! Isn't it funny how cats seem to know what "sets them off to best advantage"?!

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  14. Those flowers are almost as lovely as the Bean.

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