Friday, January 26, 2007

Painted Tiles




It just got really cold here in NY and I already can't wait for Spring. I just painted these new tiles -( the Lavender one is for a customer ) and it really got me in the spring mood! I was in heaven when I was creating these as painting roses is my favorite thing to do. It is just so relaxing. I set up my little one with her paints, turn on Il Divo and I just seem to forget about everything during this time. I am adding some of these to my site over the weekend. (Click on Il Divo for a link to their site and listen to their music - I think they're great!) Let me know what you think!

7 comments:

Lady Lydia Speaks said...

These things are so beautiful, so calming and so enchanting. I just heard from a single mother who wants to make money but can't leave her children and is home schooling them. Is there somewhere on the web I can send her to learn how to have an online shop and an ebay account?

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Hi Lady Lydia, I can tell you I learned quite a bit from taking out books on websites like 'Websites for Dummies'. I did a lot of reading on the basics. As far as networking and support and just for meeting a wonderful group of women, I would highly recommend www.makeminepink.com. The best thing I have done was to be part of this group. Many are also moms at home with a web business. As far as Ebay goes, I have not yet tried to sell anything on ebay and I don't know too much about it either. I hope this helps, she can always email me if she has any questions too! Thanks for visiting again Lydia. I read your blog quite often.

carol said...

hi dawn
your page is so sweet I am spending time this morning visiting pretty blogs while I have my cup of tea
carol

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Hi Carol, Thanks for visiting, I checked out your blog too. You make such beautiful things!

Ruth Welter said...

Hi Dawn,

These tiles are really pretty...best of luck with them.

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Thank you Ruth!

Gorgeous said...

So so beautiful and exclusive! Keep up this wonderful work!

hugs
Ingeborg