What’s New Wednesday 6/11/14 (My Dad, Grandmother’s Stash and Pretty Chic Boutique)

Is today really Wednesday?  I guess so!! I have been so involved with my beading, kids and the beautiful weather that the last couple of days have ‘flown’ by!!  Do you ever get like that?  Days DRAG on and then move in SUPER SPEED?? Well, that is my week so far!! 🙂  
Last night I was thinking about my Dad a lot and here is a photo from my childhood that is my very favorite!!  He ran the the science camp program for our school at Point Reyes. It was a week long camp that I was able to attend as a ‘helper’ when I was young and my mom was the cook, as a ‘camper’ when it was my turn and then as a counselor (this photo) when I was a teenager. In this photo is my Dad and I at the Morgan Horse ranch at Point Reyes. That was fun!!! I miss the ‘easy days’!!
This is one of those that I created from my Grandmother’s Stash!!  I am so proud of EVERYONE of them!!! And this one…..very BLUE! 
This bracelet is coming along wonderfully!!  SHE is just so cute!!  Come over to my Fan Page or Google+ page, I post ‘working photos’ throughout the day! 
 Yesterday I introduced you to Ms. Kayla Reed from Emmas Extras LLC and also the brick and mortar boutique Pretty Chic Boutique.  Today I would like to tell you a little bit more about how she got started making all these wonderful creations.

When she started it was all about recycling clothing and making wraps for her young daughter and herself.  She did it out of necessity because buying them at the stores were just getting to expensive.  So, she bought herself a sewing machine and taught herself!!  After a little bit of trial and error she found out that not only could she make them, but they looked wonderful when they were done!

Here are a couple more of her creations – and some CUTE little one’s modeling some of them.  Come back tomorrow and find out more about her creations, but for now, check out all her sites!!
Today I would like to leave you with this thought;

Remember that when your mom says, “You’ll regret it,” you probably will!
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