I LOVE your new blog look!! I've been wanting to update mine too. I'm going to try and work on mine over my holiday break.Have a great weekend.Jane
It is gorgeous! I love the way you have used the entire screen and the soft gray marbled look is beautiful!The header and font are perfect!Very impressive! I hope you are enjoying this Christmas season with your family!Take care, Laura :)
I love it! It's beautiful. I want (Need) a facelift too, and right away.
WowIt is beautiful... Very clean and fresh looking. Love the clock header.And the pictures are nice and big.You're the bomb!BlessingsRebecca
Looks gorgeous, but I'm ready for the "real one"! I'm overdue!
LOVE, love, LOVE it...esp. the bigger pics...I want to see every detail!Merry Christmas!Rene
I love it! It's so you and Karen is so easy to work with. I also enjoyed strolling through your booth.....and I would have gotten the book pages on the floor and wished I would have thought of that great idea.Hope you enjoy your weekend.Kathleen
I think it suits you perfectly. I've been thinking about doing the same via Karen for a while now. Perhaps after the holidays....
Oh and another thing.... the scroll work between posts is AWESOME!!!
I think she did a great job too! I recently had her do mine and I love it so much. Have a happy weekend!
It is very pretty. I love the textured background and the color.My place could use a facelift too!Rhonda
Wow...j'adore! this is just gorgeous! (love your old header too with the name badge you made) but THIS is beautiful!
Wow - I could use a little cosmetic surgery myself - love the way yours turned out!Jan
Uh oh...now you make me git itchy blogger fingers, might have to check it out...love the HUGE pictures...you did good girl!!! Love it!!!Nut
OH I love it lllooovvvveee it! I am afraid to touch my own!>) Hugs- Diana
I do like your new look - pretty! I really need to take some time and give mine a facelift.Be sure and post pics of your new floorsThanks for stopping by and reading along. Will tell you what I tell everyone else - hope I don't get to boring for you.:)
Wow, she did an awesome job!
I'm so glad you switched to a stretch minima template, your beautiful pics are going to look just grand super-sized!!! :-)XOXO,Anne
Theresa, your new blog is fabulous!!! Your pics are gigantic; love that feature, and everything is so easy to read. Have a great weekend!~ Julie
Your blog looks beautiful! I keep seeing Karen's blog makeovers and I've just got to hook up with her. She sure did a great job on yours! I love the old paper look on the labels. The clocks are cute too.Have a blessed weekend!Missy
Wow girl...it looks 10 years younger!Debbie
I love the new look, the clocks are my favorite, I hope you like it too.
Lovely, I am a new follower, love the blog and your style. Marie @ Lemondrop ViNtAge Christmas bracelet giveaway
Lookin' good, Theresa. I like your new look!
I think your new blog look is fabulous, a great job!alicia
Hey Miss T. I love the blog, but you under estimate your talent. You are "uber" talented in your own right.I believe your version was just as fabulous !!Gina
I think it's beautiful, just beautiful! A perfect expression of what you say and what you show. karen may have designed it, but you chose it!
You asked about my dinning room walls. I will explain the best I can on how I did it. First I painted the walls the base color I wanted, a very light creamy white, I would give a name if I had one but I mixed colors and used that. After painting two coats of base paint I used a glaze on top in a wax on wax off method. I used a Ralph Lauren glaze that I already had in my home that was over 6 years old and it still worked. You should be able to use any glaze though. I am not an expert painter but I will tell you from experience, you need to work fast with glazes, I worked on one wall at a time and I worked in patches overlapping so the glaze could be blended, like I said work fast so it does not dry. But I will give you a tip, sometimes if the glaze dried to fast I was able to go over it with wet glaze to help blend, it sometimes removed more of the glaze. I used just plain cotton rags to wipe on the glaze and I kind of worked in circular motions. After I was done with the whole room I watered down the base coat with water and went over the glaze in spots that I thought were too dark. This is my second room of using glaze and I just love this room. I used a darker look in my bedroom and if it weren't for the fact that we are building a new master bed room I would not change the wall color. I hope this helped, don't be intimidated it is only paint and can be painted over if you don't like it, but I really think you will because it looks even better in person.
What a beautiful winter wonderland around your house, Tot! The views are absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for this wonderful treat for those of us who don't get snow in the winter!Happy Holidays!xoxo,Jo :)p.s. LOVE the new look of your blog... sooo pretty!
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