Tuesday, September 6, 2011

a sneak peek...

I am so excited to be in the Homestead Antique Show in Hico, TX this year!  If you are ANYWHERE near this area (SW of Fort Worth) you need to be here!  October 28th and 29th.  It is kind of like a mini Roundtop antique show Warrenton...(but it is growing each year with more and more excellent vendors!) Hico is an old western town with great old buildings with awesome shops.  The Homestead store is cornerstone of the town.  The owners Mike and Brenda James have been putting on this show for several years and it gets better every year. You will not be disappointed if you come!
I will be  selling my necklaces and a few other pieces in my friend Georgia's booth.
Look for "Screen Door Antiques"  and stop and say Hi!  I have several other dear friends that will be selling their awesome goods in nearby booths.  It will be a blast!

In between finishing up on my stained glass project, supplying the stores I sell in, my full time job in Fort Worth, I have been busy with my Hico necklaces....  Here is a peek at some of the necklaces I have made..

I have had SO much fun hunting for vintage jewelry, keys and other cool stuff.  Plus I have been so lucky to have wonderful friend to send great finds to me!  (Special thanks to my Mom, my sister Kim, Laura, Georgia, Janet and Trish!)
I am trying to make as many as I can.  I am an optimist!  Hope to see you there!

On a different note,  please send up a prayer for the people and animals that are being displaced and affected by the crazy  wildfires here in Texas.


TexWisGirl said...

amen. have been praying very hard...

i love your necklaces. one more beautiful than the next. the breathe one made me well up with tears. not sure why that one over all, but it did... the tree charm is wonderful too. :)

A Girls Gotta Nest said...

They are all sooooo adorable!!



Honey at 2805 said...

Oh, how I love your necklaces!

I would be so pleased if you would bring one of your projects or posts to my Potpourri Friday Party this week. Link-up starts on Thursday afternoon. Without a doubt, your participation will help make the party better!

I'm praying for rain. We need it so desperately!

amyd said...

these are great - too bad I am no place in the neighborhood! have a great show

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh my goodness those are awesome!!
I want to go to Hico so bad!!

Anonymous said...

These are gorgeous, Cindy!!!

Sending prayers...


Anna said...

So awesome!! Wish I would be in the area to stop by... :)

Praying for you all, this wildfire/drought season has been tough on everyone but especially you Texans.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

These are wonderful pieces, Cindy. What an imagination you have. Love these!

I often think of my blog friends living in Texas -- I hope everyone stays safe.

PS -- I love your header photo!!

Theresa said...

Those will not last long, they are all wonderful! Have fun at the show!t.xoxoxoxo

Romeo said...

Cindy! These are wonderful!!!! They will be well received, I am certain! How could they not?!! I so wish I lived closer, I would so be there!!! Keep creating! I will write soon....

"Her" and Romeo

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

You have an eye for creating a masterpiece from trash. I know you will do well at the show.

GOD bless and keep you all safe. Praying for rain in the worst way.

Vicki said...

These are so beautiful!

Honey at 2805 said...

Don't forget to link up to Potpourri Friday. It's a great party!

Blissful Blooms said...

YES PLEASE!! I love your necklaces! You are quite talented girl!!

Honey at 2805 said...

Glad to see you brought your fabulous necklaces by visit!

I am so pleased that you linked to Potpourri Friday. Your participation certainly makes the party more successful . I appreciate you and hope you will make this one of your regular stops each week!

Buttons said...

My prayers are with all those people and others dealing with the floods and the wild fires. This is one crazy world we live in.
Good luck on your show your stuff is awesome I only live a few million miles from you but would love to see your display. B

Privet and Holly said...

Sweet, talented
and {most likely}
they make 'em good
in Texas : ) !!
Wish I could come.
Love all your pretty
jewelry, Cindy!
xx Suzanne

Ellen said...

These are awesome. I wish you well.