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Thursday, September 13, 2007

THE ROOMS OF MAKINLEY LAINE AND MADISON



Mckinley Laine's room is a Victorian delight. Her mother, Tiffany, made the bedding, curtains and some of the pillows in the precious room of greens, light pinks and dark pinks. The walls are a soft green and her name over the bed is painted in the same shades of pink and green with the flower designs found in the fabric. The name is surrounded by a pretty bow with flowers and tendrils twining around it.

A repeat of the ribbon and rose motif adorns the top of the door in Makinley's room.









Madison is six years old and loves to play "Webkins" on the computer. She gave me a crash course on what webkins are and everything about them. We had recently visited our grandsons and our six year old grandson is also a "Webkin" kid, so at least I knew what Madison was talk about. The webkins must be like the beanie babies were when our kids were growing up. Madison is a lively little girl and loves to talk. She entertained me while I painted in her and her sister, Makinley Laine, rooms. Madison's mom also made her bedding, curtains and pillows. The design on the bedding had dressed up frog princesses. The fabric was a variety of stripes, plaids, checkered and frog princesses. Madison's name over her bed is a combination of all the fabrics in the room. Pink, yellow and green pastel colors were used in the design in the block letters.




Madison and Makinley are very fortunate little girls to have such a talented mom who sews and decorated their beautiful rooms. I really enjoyed decorating their walls with color and design from the pretty fabrics and designs.


Madison has a decoration over the two doors in her room in the pinks and greens colors.






Be sure and see some of the prior posts
on our Colorado Vacation and
the last post........
"A Room with a Mountain View"

Check out my web page, http://www.margiewhittington.com/
and Canvas by Canvas, a group I paint collaborative paintings
with http://www.canvasbycanvas.com/ We are painting mini
paintings that would be great for Christmas gifts, fishing lures,
fishing flies, angels, cupcakes, sassy shoes and more.
Don't miss the other CBC artists' blogs. There is always
something interesting going on.

Be sure and check back to see what is new on the easel or the wall.

2 comments:

Connie Michael said...

Margie, these are both so cute. I especially love MADISON painted in the fabric designs. So clever!

Anonymous said...

Margie,

The boys love their rooms since you painted. They have had fun showing them off. Thank you for doing such an amazing job!

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