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I would love to hear from you!  You can contact me at:

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Comments

    • Angela says

      Jenna, I don’t as of now, but I am in the process of setting up some social networks. I will look into setting up e-mail. Thanks!

  1. Rebecca Hoff says

    Hey Angela,
    I was next to you at the Christmas in October booth in Fishers. I know that your music paper wreath was a big hit. I stumbled upon a Complete Mother Goose book from 1932. Yellowed and nice. If you would be interested in it just let me know. I don’t know what a fair selling price from me to you would be but whatever you think is fine. You can send me an email if you are interested.

    Rebecca Hoff – Just 4 U Baby Creations

  2. Jeanna says

    Hello! Just stumbled upon your website and saw your tutorial on the clock face (PB copy). I LOVE it and would love to give it a try myself – do you remember or are you willing to share the size of the hoops you got for the project? I live in a small town with no craft store (torture!) so I’ll have to order it online – no chance to look at it in person first. Thank you!

  3. Ashley Lengner says

    Hi Angela! Your website is amazing! I love it! In regards to the 40th Anniversary photos-
    Where did you guys get the plates and napkins? Love the design!

    Thanks!

    Ashley Lengner

  4. Ashley Lengner says

    That’s what I thought! haha!
    I love the design and wanted to get the same but in blue for my wedding!! :)
    Love your website Angela, you are very talented!

  5. says

    Angela, I bought some things from you at the Flea Market in Tipton and want to know if you have any more of the white, spouted measuring cups. I have a friend who would like to have a set shipped to her, if you do. Please let me know and I’ll forward the info on to her! Thanks so much! :-) Sue

    • Angela says

      Sue, unfortunately I sold all that I had at Horton’s. That was a random find for me, so I don’t even know where to tell her to look. Anthropologie had something similar. Good luck with her search!
      ~Angela

  6. says

    Hi Angela-

    I found you through Pinterest and your ink transfer with wax paper. To my huge surprise, I realized you are married to Scott Lerew! We went to high school together at Plano East. Completely random!

    I loved reading up on your blog and I am loving your zinc covered dining table project. I have a stainless steel dining table and have been contemplating antiquing it a little bit. Of course my kids have “antiqued” it a little bit on their own as well.

    Anyway, stop by my blog and say hi!
    http://www.theivycottageblog.blogspot.com

    Thanks,
    Amanda

  7. says

    I love, LOVE the tall Paris Cafe sign you have in your dining area….. Did you make this?
    I may HAVE TO HAVE one…. If not, please let me know if you have any ‘hints’ where I might purchase one – brand, website, store, OR??? Any suggestions welcome!!! You have such a WONDERFUL site……beautiful home!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

    • says

      Thanks, Claire!! I did a quick search but couldn’t find any online. I got it about 3 years ago from HomeGoods. It’s by Creative Co-Op, is what it says on the back? Good-luck! :)

  8. says

    Just had to commment on the picture of the snow. That could have been my house.
    We live in Tipp City Ohio. We got around 7 inches of the white stuff ourselves. It was a wet snow as you know and hopefully the last.
    I know spring is coming not from the bunnie tracks but the finches are starting to turn yellow.
    I enjoy reading your website. I too do alot of things but started long before the websites. Nice to have someone elses ideas to get the wheels turning.
    My thinking is this. Look beyond what it is and redo to suit you. Take what you already have and redo. Also thrift store and garage sale junky.
    Rosemary

  9. Jennifer says

    Any ideas? I have 6 glass chicken waterers. Just the glass base…. any ideas for a re-purpose?? THANKS!

    • says

      You could always attach them to a piece of salvaged wood using metal pieces for the hardware store. It could be an interesting piece to add flowers too?!?

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