Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Anyone have this magazine?

I am looking for this August 2010 issue of Romantic Homes. If you have one I could have or buy, will you please contact me?

Now as to my blog. I know I am a bad blogger!! I tend to read more than I post. Life has got in the way lately and I have not had time to work on my house. I just look at it and feel sad :-( I am almost done with some other commitments , then hopefully I can work on it soon :-)


  1. It is a pleasure to return to enter in your blog.
    After a period of time, away from the minis, again with renewed hopes.
    A greeting, Carmen kisses

  2. I've seen this Romantic Home! Sorry I don't have it. I just had to look on the internet for what I needed on the Magnolia Pearl trailer. Have you tried going on the Romantic Home website? Sometimes they have a section to order old issues.
    You are so lucky to live over there in Florida! I'm moving there as soon as I can! I've been Pensacola before. Also Tampa. I want to try Naples next. Have you been there??

  3. I will keep my eye out for this one. And about that paperwhite question...you only need to keep the bottom of the bulb moist. That's it! Easy as pie. Susie~

  4. Hi, you asked about my French writing fabric....I got it at a small discount store with remnants where everything sells for $4 per yard!!! However, I have seen it at Hobby Lobby for $25 a yard, less 30%. Hope that helps. Linda

  5. greetings from http://the-mouse-mansion.blogspot.com

  6. Hi Jonna, to answer your question...you have to use fine sand...you mix it only if you want to make a concrete structure...I only used a couple of layers gesso for the walls on my house. Hope This is been helpfull?


  7. I hope you can find the magazine.

    I'm seem to blog more than I read lately.


  8. I love your little shabby pitchers in your most recent post. I couldn't leave a comment there. This is such a sweet blog! I'm so glad I found your blog today! :-)

  9. Hi Jonna! I couldn't comment on the pitchers either. They are so cute! I've yet to learn how to make those. They look so romantic though. Great work!
    The wallpaper is by Pip Studio called Feeling Paper Good. Do an image search and you'll find a bunch of their gorgeous paper.