Tuesday, February 14, 2012

A little surprise from the Patriot Girl Sugar Refinery


One of my very dear friends, Rosalyn-Sue Smith of The Patriot Girl Files, and her son Coe, sent me a sweet valentine surprise.

I know I gasped out loud.

Rosalyn-Sue is one of the most compassionate and thoughtful women I know.
And, her son Coe follows in her footsteps - he is such a sweet boy whose clever commentary always cracks me up!


This is a lolly from the Patriot Girl Sugar Refinery.
(some incredibly delicious things come from that refinery!)


Look at all of the delicious paper and sweet treats!!
It is like having Christmas in February!


Darling buttons - {sigh}


Pretty paper tags with yummy tulle and ribbon


Neopolitan bits - eep!


Sugar rations - seriously, a girl needs these in a pinch!


My heart is filled with gratitude for such a sweet surprise.


Thank you dear friend!
I love you to the moon and back!!
xo's ~ Heidi

Valentine Tussie Mussies!

Happy Valentine's Day friends!

Cheryl was hosting a valentine tussie mussie swap and I couldn't resist participating!

When I received Molly's cone, I was blown away with vintage sweetness!!
I love the music sheet paper and her gorgeous ribbon work.


She even tucked a sweet glittered valentine card inside.
The brooch and beaded velvet leaves make little heart go pitter pat.



But wait, there is more!!
Look how she spoiled me - gaaah!!
Everything was so thoughtful and treasured.
Thank you Molly for the gorgeous cone and sweet gifts!!


One of my very favorite things she sent was this toast stamp.
This has been on my wish list of frivolous things a girl would love to have.
I can't wait to make "french" toast - j'adore!!


Cheryl was so kind and sweet to give us a love letter mail bag.
Isn't it gorgeous?!!
I love the idea of having a pretty bag to tuck sweet love letters in.


Here is the cone I made that was given to Kelly Gibbs Lamb.



A peek at the millinery blooms and tulle


Vintage flocked wallpaper yumminess!


Sweet treasures for Kelly!



Dyed crinkled crepe paper


Has anyone ever seen little baskets made out of cards and yarn?
I came across a stack of these and thought they were just darling.


Thank you for stopping by ~ get out there and spread some love today sugahs!
xo's ~ heidi