Friday, June 18, 2010

EASTLAKE DIY {part two}

Just to keep you all in the loop...two paint choices, one light, one dark will be used from these little samples for the Eastlake bed project Mr. La Bella Vie is working on...just thought you might need this information to get through your day :~)

If your computor view is anything like my laptop,
 it will be difficult to really see the true colors but fun nonetheless...


  1. My favorite is 1123. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and becomming a follower. Love your pink swatches. It would take me forever to pick.

  2. Hope you are ready for the weekend, friend!! So what are your plans???? Any painting with these colors???? All these colors look wonderful with the fabric!! How fun and can't wait to see how it turns out!

  3. I can't wait to see which one you pick! I love the fabric too!

  4. I know its difficult to see but these colors are deep burgundy and creamy cream and I think I've narrowed it down to two...stay tuned:)

  5. So is the penny old or new? If it's old I want it. Anyway I'm scrolling down the "Vintage Thingie Thursday" and a pair of familiar pillows pop up, hummm must be my DIL and sure enough it was you. Never know where I'll find you. Love MIL

  6. Hi,
    Thanks for your nice words about my blog. Actually, we live in Illinois. I just refer to my house and the "Cape house." I love the east coast, tho, too. We used to take trips there, as my uncle lived outside of Boston. Thanks for becoming a follower, as I will follow you, too. :)

  7. Thanks for your oh so kind comment on my blog. Also, thanks for becoming a follower. I am now following you too! :)

    ~Lori@live,laugh,love,create :)

  8. I'm still learning my way around and couldn't see an e-mail for you so I will use this for now. Thanks for stopping by my oh so new blog 'atMuldoon'. And...I had a maiden aunt to took a homestead train to eastern Oregon in the early 1900s so you never know. I will post her portrait sometime on my blog complete with her 'Gibson Girl' hair arrangement.

  9. Hmmm! You've got my curiosity piqued! Can't wait to see that Eastlake project completed. Sounds like that post would be a perfect match to link to my Time Travel or Tips and Tricks linky parties.

    Come on by and check them out @

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

  10. Hi Terry; Well we just got back from our vacation to Mn had a great time with family and friends.
    I love your paint chips and I got an idea from them I'm going to use paint chips to help me pick out my fabric colors for my next quilt project. Also your rose pictures are beautiful that is one flower that grows beautiful here in AZ I guess I'll have to plant some!
    Keep up the good Blog. Aunt Marie


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