If you do stuff, stuff gets done.......

If you do stuff, stuff gets done.......

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Home tour part 4

We have 2 hall ways in our home and both got new wall arrangements.
Our daughter in law painted the piece in the center of this arrangement and I really like how this all turned out, with our grands photos around it.  Yes, I am behind on getting good photo enlargements of the youngest grandson, but he is just 4 months old and too young to notice.

The bumper cars stay parked here when the grands are not riding them,
On the other side of this hall, the children's books stay on this shelf- they get used a lot and that is about as straight as they ever are.
A counted cross stitch sampler lovingly stitched by my Aunt Evelyn.  Can you find your state on it? They are in alphabetical order.
The other hall is smaller and just has this little shelving unit. 
Our Bibles are one on shelf, the lunch box on the bottom shelf holds greeting cards and my husband keeps his stuff in the drawer.  
That is a plug on top for charging cellphones, etc. 

The last of our 3 extra bedrooms is a guest room. It got a different bed, different window valance and all different things on the walls.
This room is mostly used by my parents when they come to visit and I try to keep it as empty as possible so they have room for their stuff and it is easy to move around in. 
One of my grandmothers made the star quilt on the bed and I think she used a kit.
The hexagon quilt was made by my other grandmother.
A little portacrib for the rare naps of grand children. Quilts were made by my grandmother.
I made this last summer with my then 4 grands.  I think little hands and feet are just so cute. 

The hall bathroom- I don't think I changed anything in this room except organizing it's big floor to ceiling cabinet.  

Thank you for visiting- I'll show our living room, kitchen and the last bedroom soon. 

15 comments:

  1. very nice! I love that quote about cousins becoming friends!

    and that row of bumper cars is just TOO cute!

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    1. Hi Betsy, I love how those little red cars look all lined up too.

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  2. Love the sign with the grands pictures! The bumper cars all lined up are cute and shows that you actually live in your home. :)

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    1. yes, we do actually "live" here, sometimes a little too much I think :)

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  3. The bumper cars....Be still my heart, how cute. Love the wall hanging with the grands hands and footprints, gonna have to think about doing one. Oh my word, the quits STUNING!!!

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    1. Thank you Debby, I bet your grands would like the bumper cars too.

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  4. I really love the family quilts. How wonderful to have them.

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  5. Love love LOVE the quilts! And the hands one...so cute! I am currently quilting a couch quilt for my son and have traced the childrens hands to quilt them in some of the white blocks...

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    1. Hi Debra, I think your handprints in the quilt sounds so sweet. I really enjoy your blog :)

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  6. Hi Rhonda,
    You are our featured blogger this week at the Let's Get Social Sunday link party! I need all your social links. I can't find twitter, facebook and instagram on your page, Can you email me at dmsik@aol.com with the information asap? Thanks Diane

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  7. I love your quilts, how priceless you have the one your grandmother made.
    So fun to have you featured at Let's Get Social Sunday.
    Hugs,
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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    1. Thank you Wanda. I am fortunate to have quilts made by both my grandmother and my great grandmother too.

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  8. Wow! Absolutely beautiful! What talent you and your family members have/had. Thanks for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday." I hope you will be able to share with us again this week. http://our4kiddos.blogspot.com/2013/09/try-new-recipe-tuesday-september-10.html

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  9. You have a lovely home. So wonderful to have so many handmade treasures.

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Jeff and Rhonda

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