Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Will work for Cloche!

Look at this baby!
I'm always on the hunt for cloches.

My friend Denise said if I help her set up her blog she would give me a cloche.
Well we met and Panera's.
The problem was her computer wouldn't go on line.
She still gave it to me!
We are meeting up again.
Not that I can do that much.
She's very smart(math teacher) so I'm sure she could figure it out herself.
But I'm not telling her that.


Anyway, I wanted to post for White Wednesday and Wow Us Wednesday.
But didn't have anything, so I went around the house looking for white.
I guess I'm on a white candle kick.

I'm sorry these are so dark.
My house is dark anyway and I read in blog land not to use flash.
Photography is one of my next adventures.
I have a great camera just don't know how to use it.

I also found this lady at the thrift store.
She works but her top is real wobbly.  Another thing I want to learn is how to fix lamps.  Easy, I know I just haven't done it.
Enjoy your day blogging friends!
xoxo
Thanks Kathleen!

Thanks Kim

6 comments:

Suzann said...

Hello Karen Sue,
I visited your shop on Saturday and even purchased some things from your place. Sorry I didn't get to meet you while I was there maybe next time
Enjoy your day!!
Suzann ~xoxo~

Sylvia said...

Hey Sue, love your new cloche display...I too am a sucker for them!

Sylvia

outjunking said...

The lamp is quite unusual. That would have come home with me as well. Thanks for following, I have joined you also.
Lisa

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Hey I will show you how to use your camera and wire a lamp if your will give me a cloche!!

Carol

Faye said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog today...I would love to get a chance to go to The Farm Chick Show! Love that cloche...I'm always on the hunt for those too!
I'm your newest follower...
Faye
(wildrosevintage)

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

My camera has a setting for sunset and that's the one I use. Lamps are easy, you can even use an extension cord if you need an extra long cord.
Just cut off the (non plug in ) end, strip back about 1/2" of the wire cover, match up to the screws on the socket. Guess I will do a bit on it on my blog for pink Saturday if you want to come check it out. (())