Thursday, March 11, 2010

Oscars...Move over!!

I am overwhelmed...Thank you, thank you.  I want to say especially that Sharon at My Vintage Studio is da bomb!!  Forget a gold Oscar gals,  I received my goody box from her from a recent giveaway.  Holy Cow!  I wish I could be calm about getting such a box of coolness and remember to take pics BEFORE I rip all the adorable packaging details apart like a 3 year old.   But, alas you get to see all the goodies in the AFTER pics.  The beautiful tin was tied up in a ribbon that speaks to my heart..all pink and vintage.  The box was lined with an awesome linen napkin with rose cross stitch. 
  Need I say there is chocolate involved?  And gold...that beats Mr. Oscar any day.  2 beautiful silver spoons that I couldn't get a clear pic of their awesomeness.  Buttons, lace, and papers, Oh My, then throw in rhinestones and game pieces. 
This beautiful pin cushion just nearly killed me over.  It is exactly like the one my dear grandmother had many years in her bathroom hanging by the mirror.  Now, it is back in my life for reals.  Luv it.
And that's not all y'all.  More goodness with the wonderful tags she stuffed in there also.  The creativity here is beautiful.  Can you hug a tag?  Yep.  I'd love to be hugging you Sharon!  The lady holding the bouquet is actually the most adorable small book.  Be still my heart.  This was an awesome gift and has made my day.
Oh yeah, I know you are dying to know what I was wearing at this event on my own carpet.  Begin with the classic blue denim pants and topped with a deep navy t-shirt and layered with a soft and warm grey sweater of my grandmother's.  The shoes are all the rage...cross-trainers with a pink accent.  The do we describe it....Casual, brushing the shoulders with a slightly disheveled appeal.  Well, that's my story and I'm sticking to it!

1 comment:

My Vintage Studio said...

Hi Terri.

I am so glad your package arrived and you are pleased!

Enjoy all of your goodies.

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such kind comments.

Hugs, Sharon