Monday, March 15, 2010

French Decor is Everywhere!

I love all the French decor that keeps popping up all over Blogland.
I just can't seem to get enough french ribbon, french tags, french linens, french writing, french architecture, and french pillows.

Like this french inspired burlap pillow with rosettes.  I made it yesterday and was tickled pink that the image turned out good.

These two burlap pillows are still waiting for a home.
They are in my etsy shop.

Suddenly I'm hungry for french toast....



Nancy said...

I love all the french decor, too. I like seeing what everyone does with their french inspired things. Your pillows are so neat!


Linda said...

Love the French Decor but really I want some French Toast now also!!!

Malisa said...

Your pillow creations are loverly! :)

Polly said...

Isn't all the frenchie stuff out there just wonderful? I have loved french influence for so long, but could never find anything fabulous until I started blogging! Now, I have to pull in my purse strings!!

Your Paris Flea Market pillow is great! You are so talented!


~ Regan said...

Oh stoppit!~ Now you are making me hungry- I have had such a sweet tooth lately, and looking at that drippy syrup does not help! ;)

Lovely pillows, Of course!! I especially like the Paris Flea Market- those rosettes are so cute!

Amy Kinser said...

I am with you on how pretty the french look is. I also love your pretty new pillows. You have made some beautiful ones.

junkdreams said...

Your pillows blow me away....just stunning!!

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Ooh, la, la, very pretty, Sissie!

Yum, french toast, although french sourdough bread and butter sounds good right now to me!!


Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Very pretty do wonderful work...don't know how you find the time to do what you do and blog also ha ha!! Guess I'm just slowing down at my age now ha ha!! Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Annesphamily said...

Very lovely, Sissie. I like what you have done. You are one classy gal!

alice said...

You are way to funny! I adore you and your pillows! Keep on making me.............
smiles, alice

Linda said...

Luv your beautiful french burlap pillow. Now Sissie you have made me want some FRENH TOAST:)


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Sissy how beautiful these turned out to be...I can not ever get over how creative you are...
Please do a story for me one of these days and let everyone see your lovely site.
I have to go check out your pillows on etsy

Sares said...

I am in complete agreement about all things French. Now if I could only dine on some french toast on a balcony overlooking the Eiffel Tower!

Riet said...

Oh Sissie, you have this gift for decorating and photographing. Beautiful. And that French toast Mmmmmmmm
Have a wonderful day

Dorthe said...

Sissie, dear,
I love your burlap pillow,the roses looks so gorgeus, and I too love the french look, but I think your French toast is the most yummy food I have seen for long. UUHHHMMMMM

Have a wonderfull day, sweet,
Hugs Dorthe

My name is PJ. said...

Now THAT ended on an unexpectedly yummy note. And here it is, morning.....hmmmmmmmmmmm.......

I love the French stuff too, ESPECIALLY when it's done by people who pull it together and display with a bit of flair, like you.

Chani said...

Hi Sissie, I'm really excited about this too, I love the French style, both Vintage Paris and Countryside! I'm working at the moment on some typical French things that I'm going to sell in a new webshop soon, maybe you would like to stop by when I open.
A bientôt, Chani from Paris

KATHY said...

Hi, your pillows are just beautiful....Kathy

Ginger said...

We all need to meet somewhere and fly to Paris, wouldn't that be fun? I love anything French and especially the Eiffel Tower. Your pillows are just beautiful and I am drooling.


Claudia said...

Love your pillows Sissie! And now you've made me hungry for french toast!


Jacqueline said...

Good morning my french doll friend! There's nothing like waking up on Tuesday morning and having French Toast with my Sissy girl!
Your booth by the way is so gorgeous. I love the fact you are so frilly in all you do. You bring beauty to the world, your personal mission indeed. My love to you`

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love your pillows, Sissie!

stefanie said...


Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Your pillows are gorgeous! I love the burlap rose on the first one!
Now I'm hungry for french toast too!

Deb said...

Hi Sissie:I'm a new blogger and came across your blog. It is so beautiful to look at. I love your kitties, too. My love for cats turned into a business near Ottawa, Canada. I've been in-home cat-sitting for 15 years and I love it. Your burlap pillows are gorgeous. I'm your new follower. Take care, Deb

Denise said...

I know what you mean. I'm constantly on the lookout for new French blogs to visit.


those are amazing...i love using odd materials in my art pieces and sewing projects...

vive la france!!!! stunning work sissie, always a pleasure to pop in on you!

ciao bella

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

The pillows look just wonderful. So Frenchy and Fab. xo Joan@anythinggoeshere

Terri Smith said...

Sweet Sissie, another FABULOUS piece! Love the extra detail you put into your work. The rosettes and ribbons truly add that special touch. It's always such a joy visiting your place! Hope you have a wonderful St Patty's Day!

Blessings, Joy and Wednesday Sunshine, Terri

Jenny said...

I have to be good on my budget until April 1 and then I am coming to your shop!

Beautiful creations!

You are soooo talented!

jenna @ alittlebleu said...

agree w/everyone! love the french pillows and well the french toast looks oh so delightful! :)

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