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Friday, May 18, 2012

New Sign for Jamie's Kitchen


Shortly after returning back to New Hampshire after sweet little Blake went home to be with Jesus, Jamie wrote this on the chalkboard in her kitchen with a photo of him below it. When I was home a few weeks ago she asked if I would write it on a board for her to put above her kitchen window. I rushed through it the last night I was there and I have to say I am not happy with how it turned out but maybe eventually I will have time to fix it.





Also we restocked the Elizabeth Table Runner this morning!

Jamie and Josh were down here recently for a super quick visit. When they arrived we realized Jamie was perfectly coordinated with Lillie and Lola. =) Unfortunately it was extremely hot and the sun was so bright so I only took a couple of pictures.



I hope you have a fabulous Friday!

29 comments:

  1. You are a skilled photographer/stylist Jen...really enjoyed these pics. Loved the sign too, I guess you are also a perfectionist...ha!

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  2. Jennifer I love the sign! Have a great weekend!

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  3. Oh, I love the sign...what a beautiful reminder. I love your photos too :)

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  4. You have the best handwriting, the sign is lovely! Love the picture of Jaime, Lola and Lillie, so cute. Hope you have a great weekend.

    Kristel

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  5. You are so hard on yourself. The sign is perfect as is, please leave it be.
    XO

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  6. What a beautiful sign! Hope you have a wonderful weekend:)

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  7. I absolutely LOVE it!!! I wouldn't change a thing!!!! Love the pics of your sister with your children!!! Simply BEAUTIFUL!!!! Have a great weekend..

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  8. Rose D., Frenchtown, NJMay 18, 2012 at 10:05 AM

    First, I wanted to say the video was so incredibly touching. Cried from beginning to end...And the sign is absolutely perfect. I wouldn't change a thing. Blessings to you.

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  9. I am LOVING her kitchen and that sign is awesome! What a great encouragement and reminder over a kitchen sink and in the heart of the home :) Thanks for sharing!

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  10. What's to fix, it's wonderful... I find lettering tedious and extremely difficult. I can't believe you just whipped that out at the last minute. I often think of what you guys have been through, and i'm very touched that you have faith to pull you through...

    Cindy

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  11. Beautifully done and I have no doubt that it brings comfort to their hearts every time they look at it.

    Many Blessings,
    Melissa

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  12. That is one of prettiest signs ever!!! Love it TONS! You have beautiful handwriting :)

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  13. Love the sign!! I would love one in my house!! ^-^

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  14. The sign is perfect and so lovely. I think everything you touch turns to gold Jenni. You are so amazingly talented and artistic. I always enjoy my visit to your blog. Beautiful photos and the girls look darling. Enjoy your weekend!

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  15. The kitchen look so brighter....The shades and shutters add more to it.
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  16. Oh, I hope you start selling that sign in ur shop! Great job!!

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  17. The sign is WONDERFUL!! Could you please let us know how Jaime made the lovely shade under the sign (kitchen window)? It is exactly what I have been searching for for my dining area windows - to help with direct early morning sun!! Thanks so much for all your fabulous & beautiful creations!

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    1. Hi Samantha,

      The shade was super easy to make with this detailed tutorial:
      http://mapleandmagnolia.com/faux-striped-grain-sack-faux-roman-shade/

      Hope it works well for you!
      -Jamie

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  18. Hey Jamie! LOVE the the faux roman shade! What fabric did you use? Thanks!

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    1. I used a dropcloth and followed these instructions:
      http://mapleandmagnolia.com/faux-striped-grain-sack-faux-roman-shade/
      Thanks!
      Jamie

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  19. This is cool and I had a great time with your blog. I find it cute also and hope to see more blogs from you. Thank you.

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  20. What color is the wall color and the cabinets???

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    1. Hi - Her wall color is Davenport Tan by Benjamin Moore and the cabinets are the cabinet company's cream color.

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  21. This is a remarkable experience of the interior work done on the kitchen.
    Rolling Shutters

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  22. what font did you use

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  23. How could I get a sign? I love it and my kitchen window looms the same size-

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  24. Who is Blake? Please accept my sympathies. "A luminous light remains where a beautiful soul has passed."

    Becky

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    1. If you click on his name it will bring you to a post dedicated to him. It's far to hard to describe who he was in just this little comments section.

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