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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Raggedy Ann and Andy Little Girls room
Today is my first REDnesday 
I'm also adding a picture of the progress for our new dock for those that follow me for Outdoor Wednesday.

Hope you will leave a note to let me know you were by and make sure you check out all the other reds with Sue and Outdoor Wednesday with Susan  on their blogs.

As many know who have been following me, know that I was a mural artist before I started having health problems.  This is my outlet to share and inspire others to reach for their dreams.  Hope you enjoy the tour of this little girls room today.

This swinging couple is four foot across.

Above the closet door
Sleeping pretty at the wall when you first enter the room
Tightrope on the curtain rod!
It's always so strange to get such different shades of the yellow background when photographing a room...The closest to the yellow is the wall behind the picture of the cat .

And NOW for the progress!
first the poles were driven in place

  We finally have some boards framing out the dock and board walk in our yard! Our yard is about 70 feet across.  The large opening will be for the boat and the smaller opening  behind the plastic box is for our "dream"" jet skies.
Have a Blessed Week!  I get to go hang out with Ann of tin and sparkle also know as my sister to go to a big flea market!!!    Debbie


~~Carol~~ said...

Debbie, you're so incredibly talented! I can only imagine how much that little girl loves her room. That little kitty is especially precious!
I was looking at your previous post too. You lucky girl, to live on a lake and have that view outside your window while you blog. How inspiring!
Happy REDnesday!

Anonymous said...

Your work is fabulous - for any age.
I want to check out your Where I write/blog post too.

Ann said...

I love Raggedy Ann and Andy. This little room is so adorable. Perfect post for Rednesday.

Jorgelina said...

This little room is so adorable.

bj said...

ahhh, this is just adorable. How talented you are, my friend. Wonderful.
And...wonderful to live right on a lake. My aunt lived on one once and it was so magical. She loved it and I'm sure you do, too.
Your new boat dock looks like it will be so nice.

LV said...

What a shame you are not able to continue this work.Everything you shared to day is very pretty. I loved your blog and post. Ann(Tin and Sparkle) is one of my favorite blog friends.

craftyles said...

What great murals. I love the Raggedy Ann-so cute!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I just love Raggedy Ann and Andy! And, I love to paint, too. I used to paint A LOT - but now that I teach, I rarely do. You are very talented! Thank you for stopping by my blog today! Hugs, Patti

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, this is so cute! I love the room and I love that you're building a dock...what a dream come true! You'll really enjoy it!

Melody said...

You do wonderful work! Love the whimsicle walls.
The Dock is coming along too! I'm so glad you stopped by today. You're entered in my giveaway!

JO said...

beautiful work! love it. can i hire you to decorate my daughter's room? lol.

~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~

Olive Cooper said...

Love the art work. You are blessed to live on the lake. hugs♥olive

Jeanne said...

Hi Debbie, the art and ideas for the bedroom is so darling. Love the cat and the swinging Raggedy's.

The dock is be awesome. Keep it going.
Hugs, Jeanne

Linda said...

You paintings are so darling! You dock is really coming along too!

Heidi said...

So Cute! I'm working on a crazy mural in my daughter's room right now. Kind of got tired and had to take a little break but I hope to be finished and post pics in a week or so. I loved Raggedy Ann when I was little!
Your dock is going to be wonderful. How lucky to live right on the water like that. Lovely.
Drop by for a visit sometime.
Heidi - Heart and Home

aka Penelope said...

Debbie, The little girl that sleeps in this room would surely have many pleasant dreams thanks to your creativity. :)