My absolute favorite quote from my husband “Teri, you are the only person I know that can will a room into existence” That there will always make me smile!
Hellooooo Fall! So excited for the crisp cold air, the gorgeous leaves and of course those beautiful pumpkins! Continue reading “The pumpkin Fairy 2016”
My Godson Nate fell in love with the girl of his dreams and I could not have been more thrilled! Of course I was going to make them a wedding quilt!… for my Godson…. and I became very nervous, it had to be some kind of amazing. Continue reading “Gypsy Wife by Jen Kingwell”
The following post is woven with love, words and pictures from a recent card and quilt sent to our beautiful Niece fighting an unexpected stage 4 cancer. Continue reading “My Dearest Shannon,”
Here in Minnesota we loooove us some Paul Bunyan and Babe… Continue reading “Made in Minnesota”
I am over the moon excited today to feature my Daughter Chelsie’s very first post here on Mama Carp!
After the new siding and windows were installed we stood back and were thrilled to see the exterior transformation of a house that needed some love. Yet, my dad still wasn’t impressed. It was missing something… shutters. He called me and explained in depth the importance of adding them to our home because it would make it, As cute as a bug’s ear. I’m still unsure of where he got that line from and have yet to actually see a bug’s ear… but if it is really as adorable as our little house became, then he is completely right. Four years later, every time that I drove into our driveway, this is what came to mind. Continue reading “Cute as a Bug’s Ear… Flip #8-Chelsie & Ryan’s Renovation”
Of course I couldn’t wait to make something special for my girls college roommate Amber! Baby gifts are my favorite ❤ Continue reading “Welcome to the world Mila Marie”
After a long hot summer I so look forward to pumpkin season! The cool crisp air, the harvest from our garden, gorgeous colors everywhere and of course PUMPKINS!!!!! Continue reading “The Pumpkin Fairy 2015”
I walked past this piece of fabric not once, but twice. Continue reading “Joy by Jacqueline de Jonge”