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Vintage News!

If you've followed me for long, you know how much I love and adore vintage! 
I honestly hadn't thought I'd stand a chance at getting selected for the Vintage Street Market Design Team, but lo-and-behold:

Believe me when I say, this was an EXTREMELY hard decision, but we are so excited to welcome these super talented ladies to our already fun and creative team:
  1. Jennie McGarvey
  2. Connie Mercer
  3. Andrea Budjack
  4. Sheila Rumney
  5. Shellye McDaniel <<-------yours truly :)
  6. Victoria Warren-Mears
  7. Amy Duff
  8. Keri Babbitt
  9. Diane Payne
  10. Sarah Mullanix
Yes, I'm very, very excited!  I have worked with Jennie at Your Scrapbook Stash and have admired several of these talented ladies for quite some time :) 
If you're like me and love all-things-vintage, then stroll on over and check out the wares at Vintage Street will not be disappointed!

Oh boy!  YES, I am just a little bit jealous
of my Imaginisce DT sisters who've all ready received their boxes, dug in and have created some amazing projects.  Oh I hope, hope, hope that my box comes today...please, please, please Mr. Fedex man, come my way today!
If you follow me on Pinterest, I have added a new board for all of the Design Team's projects...I can't wait to share them with you.

Gotta give a little shout-out to my girls over at the Nook!  They are at it full-force over their with a FIVE WEEK started this past Saturday, but it's  not too late to join in and "Put your best foot forward in 2012" (the theme of the crop).  Prizes, great challenges and fellowship...come on over!

I have a custom order to get to now...I'll see you all soon!


  1. Congrats Shellye! That's wonderful news about VSM. :-)

  2. congrats! Can't wait to create with you at VSM! I have been eyeing some of your ruffles on etsy..adorable! Cherry

  3. Oooh girl!!! You are one busy lady!! You still manage to keep it all so gorgeous!!

  4. congrats Shellye!!Looking forward to getting to know you through VSTM!!

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