Monday, January 5, 2009

Day 5:: 2 of 3 purchases

putting up



tasteofCHARLESTON. These came from a fabulous little shop on King St.

9 comments:

The Fulkerson Family said...

HEy! I have a really random question...... kind of new to the blogging world. Well, new to posting. I've stalked you and your sister for a while now! Love all of your ideas and ya'll are so cute! Anyway, I'm doing some remodeling around here and was wondering about you painting over the wallpaper in your laundry room. Did you prime it first and with what kind of primer or did you just use regular paint? I'm getting all kinds of advice about painting over wallpaper and not sure what to do. I had some painted over in my master bath and it bubbled up some. So any advice?

Anonymous said...

HEy! I have a really random question...... kind of new to the blogging world. Well, new to posting. I've stalked you and your sister for a while now! Love all of your ideas and ya'll are so cute! Anyway, I'm doing some remodeling around here and was wondering about you painting over the wallpaper in your laundry room. Did you prime it first and with what kind of primer or did you just use regular paint? I'm getting all kinds of advice about painting over wallpaper and not sure what to do. I had some painted over in my master bath and it bubbled up some. So any advice?

becky said...

oooooo...can't wait for you to post us some recipes from your book wink wink :-). i am lovin some new things to cook...and preserve!!

The LaBouffs said...

I have that same cookbook! My husband and I got it when we lived in Charleston a couple of years ago!

megan said...

I saw 'Putting Up' in a store and thought of you! So great to see you bought it.

Jennifer said...

I know you'll put these books to good use!

LOVE the picture of John Martin - what a cutie-pie!!

LeslieW. said...

I have that little cookbook too!

pve design said...

I am going to try this too -
wordless is a challenge. a good one.

Gail said...

When you return to Charleston...Stay at the Habor House on the Island. You won't be sorry! You can get a room that looks out over the Cooper and downtown Charleston! What a sight to behold!