Wednesday, March 20, 2013

No Whining!

I just finished a custom order for someone through my etsy shop.  She sent a photo of a cute chalkboard design she liked (at least I think it was a chalkboard), and I re-created it for her on canvas.

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Love the sentiment…I’m thinking maybe I need to hang one in my sons’ room!

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Debbie Gabura said...

Love the canvas. Love the sentiment. I may borrow that for my shop. However, only cause these things jump out at me and because of my maiden name I must tell you that absolutely is spelled incorrectly. :p
Love your blog!
Debbie nee Lutley

Lorraine Finkbeiner said...

Just adorable WINEing when you're SIGNing.....

Rachel said...

I bought a friend of mine a poster that says, "Save the drama for the llama". :D She hangs it in her tack shed. She's always telling her students to quit the drama. :D

Bliss said...

What old married couples do in bed: Go to Red Hen Home, and oogle all Korries graphics, particularly the ones on tables. Yes it is a true story, we did that last night, but the table got done today with out any.


Gypsy Heart said...

Great! I could have used one of these at my desk when I was working. :)


Gypsy Heart said...

Great! I could have used one of these at my desk when I was working. :)


Gail Wilson said...

cute! I hope it wasn't too hard to change the mispelling. ;)


Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Nicely done Korrie!

MaytagNMom said...

Nice job Korrie. Reminds me of a saying my parents had when I was little, sorta. When we used to whin and say "I'm bored" they had a scrap board with "For Suzi" written on it, and say, "Oh, did you want your board?? Here it is Suzi!"

Seriously, love your finished project :)

Visiting again from My Repurposed Life's linky party.

Smiles, Suz @ MaytagNMe

Julia Konya said...

How fun! So cute!
(Coming over from Roeshel's)

Emily said...

Oh boy could we use this in our house right now-- my 10-year-old is becoming a teenager!

Thanks for sharing. I've pinned it!

A Tossed Salad Life

Jamie -Better With Age said...

OMG that's adorable!! You should join my new linky party {1 party, 5 blogs!}
Have a great week!
Jamie @