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Sunday, March 2, 2008

One more Moore

Hold on girls, we're going on a ride. One filled with color, yummy recipes, inspiring crafts. Morgan is the one today to inspire me. One More Moore.
She has so many crafty things going on, you can't place a label on her. She sews, she crafts, she turns out some amazing stuff from the kitchen.......and she's Super Mom to her little Henry.I have featured photos of button flowers before, but I love them so much...........I was so excited to see more. I tried making some of these. Let's just say, I threw a hissy.......recognized quickly that I wasn't cut out for this sort of crafting.........at least not that day.


I can't remember who she made this for........I remember thinking "I gotta remember that"........but I forgot. Very cute don't cha think? What also caught my eye was the dusty pink old door behind it. I would love to see more of her house. Becky Novacek better not see that door. She loves anything vintage and pink.



Morgan bakes...........and cooks. She's made it easy for us to find all her great recipes by having them all listed along the right side of her blog. So organized. I loved this idea she did with these moonpie thingies. She shows a tutorial on how she made her own stencils for this. I LOVE A TUTORIAL! I love that dish too..........It's Southern Living at HOME isn't it?
And who doesn't love making popovers? What? You've never made them? Me either. But I want to now. Is that a special pan? It looks very vintage. I like it. She also had a recipe for raspberry butter for these popovers. YUM!


She sews the most adorable little hats, bibs, aprons.............I love these little hats..........bonnets........they remind me of the ones I used to put Lu in. The one's from Hanna Anderssen.

Look how cute these are! Not the toes silly. Yes, they are cute, but I'm talking about the jammie bottoms. I'd like a pair of those. Those are pretty cute toes though.

You can find these in her Esty shop. Oil Cloth lunch sacks. Environmentally friendly. I wonder if these would work with a cold pack........and would it keep things cold enough? If so, then I think she should make some of these in a kid fabric. I have a feeling my son might get beat up if he pulled this out at lunch. But I would use it..........and my husband might.........well probably not. Another great idea.



She plays with paper stuff decorating boxes, making other artsy stuff. She's good.
More and "Moore" stuff on her site. Don't be shy, please drop her a line.






20 comments:

Casey said...

reading your post has me so excited to see her page! thanks for the link

April said...

Love...love...love your blog...I am Smiling !!!

Tracey said...

Oooh, now I want to make button flowers...but without the hissy fit. :-)

Tara said...

Yes, that is a SLAH dish, the Hand-Painted ruffle dish in Provence by Gail Pittman.

(I used to sell SLAH and am still very familiar with their inventory.)

paige said...

always such a delight to come by & "see" who you have "found"!!
xo

laura said...

oh, i love morgan's blog! :)

kirstenjuenke said...

Yes! She's a darling - she's Emily Falconbridge's friend - go figure, totally by chance - and I emailed her once upon a time I loved her flowers sooooo much - a true gem!!!

Wati Basri said...

great blog u hv here! and love those buttons :)

Jen r. said...

great blog. Love her stuff!
JEn R

Gwen said...

Oh, I love her blog! I got one of my favorite recipes from there... Sweet Potato Quesadillas :) Thanks for the reminder to check in!

artgirlATL said...

Popovers... I keep hearing about these. I guess I'll have to try my hand at them.

grover said...

absolutely adorable! the color in all the projects is so fresh and funky--thanks for sharing such a talented artist with us!

PamKittyMorning said...

I love Morgan's blog! Always inspiring. Plus Morgan is so darn sweet!

Tara said...

thanks for always introducing us to great sites!

Tara said...

thanks for always introducing us to great sites!

"Kreative Karma" said...

OK! I stuck your blinkie on my blog rather than just the link now! ;)

Joy said...

Wow, great stuff here! Going to check her out now...

Kirsten said...

Love Morgan! - and you know, she's friends with that cutie, Emily Falconbridge, right? and she's just as gracious as she is clever :)

Ruthanne said...

Loooove the button flowers.

*katie said...

Those flower buttons are so cute! Time to find some fun buttons!