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Monday, November 12, 2007

I Won!

When I got up to check my mail this morning I found I had won a Rhinestone fat quarter package from Paris Bebe Fabrics ! I am impressed! I almost never win anything and they had 85 comments! Now I can't wait to get it. It looks like gorgeous fabric.



Yesterday Marcel (DH for those who don't know us personally) had an art show opening in Portage. This is a picture of his pots and some of his paintings. The paintings on the far left are by Alison Williams of Australia.

14 comments:

dot said...

Congrats on the fabric win. It looks like nice fabric. The picture of your husbands pots and pictures is wonderful. These certainly are beautiful pots. Are they some of the ones you showed earlier that were fired outside in the big kilns?

Darcie said...

His work is absolutely divine. Congrats to him...and his loving, supportive wife! ;-)

Hurray for your fabric win!

Libby said...

The show looks great - I bet you are proud *s*

Jane Ann said...

Your husband's pots are stunning. What an amazing pair of creators you two are.

Norma said...

Congratulations on your win! I can hardly wait to see which FQ bundle you won. Your DH's pots are stunning!

Thimbleanna said...

Congratulations on winning! Hubby makes beautiful pots!

gwen said...

Congrat on your winning, I am curious to see what you will make out of the nice girly fabrics! Your DH makes wonderful pots, Shame you are so far away! Take care.

Meredith said...

Congrats on winning. The photo of teh show looks lovely. I wish you both the best with the show.

Exuberant Color said...

I love the rust (or reddish) color of the pots.

meggie said...

I love those pots. They glow so beautifully. The paintings are wonderful too.
I would love to visit the show.

Lucky you, with your fabric win!

Judy said...

What wonderful pots......and paintings! Such a talented family!!

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

ditto what everybody else said!

katelnorth said...

gorgeous pots - I particularly like the white ones with the crackle in the glaze.

Willeke said...

What a beautiful stuff. I would like to see the paintings better.
So, you're both quite creative!
That's very nice, Bye