Friday, January 15, 2010

Hattie the Artist & the Maid!!

I haven't been able to paint lately so Ive grabbed some picture of Hattie..She has been having alot of fun painting and drawing. She loves to draw circles then when she gets to a small space that is left she will make small circle. She loves to sweep the floor..hope she will always like to do housework..I sure sometimes don't like to do it..Hope everyone has a good weekend and I pray for the people in Haiti.
Sally


12 comments:

Rita said...

Hi Sally dear,
Thank you for your much appreciated visit and lovely comment. And how lucky of you to have such a talented and active new maid. Congrats, Hattie is such a beautiful little angel.
Hugs
rita

TinyBear said...

What a sweet little maid you have Sally. She´s just so cute.
~ Tina

Kindred Spirit Soap Co. said...

Hi Sally,

I know what you mean about thrifting right now...Limited!!
And the prices seem to be higher..grrrr
Here's to warmer weather and lots of tag sales!!!
Take care
Julie, Kindred Roses

Barbara Jean said...

Sally,
She is adorable!!

Love your rose painted on the chair in the previous post.
Did you also paint the bird and nest on your sidebar?
It looks amazing!! LOVE birds and nests, which you already know form your visit.

Glad you enjoyed the nest tutorial.
Be sure to let me know if you do up your brown shoes. I'm sure nest would look great in them.

Eggs: found at garage sales. (I know what you mean about wanting them right now, but just keep an eye out for some.) =0))
The teeniest eggs in my spoon easel nests I made myself from dough art.

Blessings on your Friday.
Hope you will visit again. =0)

Barbara jean

Karen Valentine said...

Hi Sally, It breaks my heart that my post has caused you pain. I know what it is like to lose a furry family member although I have never lost a dog that I have bonded with as much as You and Hank or me and Rocky. They say time heals all wounds and I know that to be true, but I think in some situations it takes a long time. I do hope your heart heals as fast as possible.

On a lighter note... you little Hattie is adorable! Please have a wonderful weekend.

Karen
My Desert Cottage

Rosemary said...

Adorable!! She is a doll!
Thanks for your very sweet comments.
Have a great day!
Rosemary

BellaRosa said...

Sally amor, I LOVE your maid...can I have her...she is the most adorable bebe girl! Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving me such a sweet birthday wish, you and the other ladies gave me such an amazing week :) I am glad that by visiting me and leaving me a comment, I was then able to find you and your lovely blog :) Please visit me anytime...I am going to become one of your followers and add you to my list of Places to Visit & Dream so I can keep up with your new posts :) Besos, Rose

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Hi Sally,
You little helper is a doll! I love the name Hattie, is that her name or is it because she was wearing a hat? I love that bird in a teacup on your sidebar, did you paint that? Love your blog, thanks for visiting mine. Lisa

Rita said...

Thank you Sally!
Have a great week and... can't wait to see your next painting projects. You know how much I love your super chic roses!
From my roses to yours
xoxoxo
rita

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Hi Sally....nothing sweeter than grandkids....mine are all grown and on their own now...BUT all living here in Texas...but having said that...Texas is HUGE !!
Thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment..but also JOINING ...I appreciate that.

And as a favor...back to you...
I have fixed Hattie's picture
(with the "red eyes") in my photoshop program..if you would like to send me your email addy..I will email it to you.
OR I could post it on my blog with your name on the post. Let me know.
( remind me I saved it in in my BLOG TWO folder...OK ? )

Rose
http://delightfulclutter.blogspot.com/

Michelle Palmer said...

Thank you for your sweet comment~
Sometimes you can take a simple color photograph that has a plain background... and get a good black and white photocopy. On the copier there is a "half tone" setting. Sometimes it is called "photo" setting. (screen tone, dot pattern, gray-scale value...)
I hope this might be an option for your dog project :)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Michelle

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Wouldn't it be nice if the house cleaning stayed a hobby for them into the teen years?