Thursday, June 30, 2011

My Girlfriends Quilt Shop

This weekend I got to meet one of my Mom's friends - Kris - from the DIY dish. She has just opened a fabric shop in Logan, Utah called - My Girlfriends Quilt Shop

I told her about my Brassy Blossom blog and how I am creating ebooks. She was really nice and excited for me. It was fun to meet her because I have seen her on the Nate Show AND the Rachel Ray show! I even got to see and stand in the new DIY Dish studio!!!

I should have gotten her autograph! 

Thursday, June 23, 2011

a sneak peek!

A rainbow of colors!!! We are in the middle of creating the 2nd ebook! Here's a sneak peek at what we were creating with yesterday.

**here's a hint - don't throw out your worn or even stained T-shirts! Save them for lots of fun projects coming up!!!


Wednesday, June 15, 2011


Hey it's Molly! My mom told me about What I Wore Wednesday (WIWW) on The Pleated Poppy blog
and since I love fashion like my mom, I thought it would be fun to join in! 

here is one of my outfits this past week:

I was deciding between brown flats with zipper details or my new gold flip flops. The flip flops won :)

I love this hat when I don't feel like doing my hair!

you can join in the fun too!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Good things Utah!

I was SOOOOO excited to be on TV with my Mom! Although I was on TV for Brassy Apple, I asked my Mom if I could tell the producer about Brassy Blossom. I'd love to be on TV for that! Maybe someday! 
here is the clip from Good Things Utah:

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Trading post time!

Molly - Miss Brassy Blossom - came home from school a few weeks ago SO excited about "Trading post day". All the classes in her grade have been learning about Trappers, Traders and Explorers. As a tradition the classes get to set up a trading post and exchange "animal furs/hides" for merchandise. 

Molly brought me home this sketch labeled with all the items she wanted to make. how cute is that?!

So she and her friend that she teamed up with spent the next 2 weeks making necklaces, bracelets, bookmarks and hair accessories. Then we worked on making the sketch of her "shop" a reality. 
The open and closed sign was her idea. She wanted that so she could close it and go shopping to the other classes. 

Trading post DAY! By the time I got there to snap a photo they had already had a lot of merchandise bought from their "boutique". Looks like a good trading day! Molly said she would love to be able to do that everyday!

So fun to see some of her designs (even ones included in her eBook and upcoming ones too) being well received and see her so excited about it! Best of luck to any other girls out there who have a similar project. :)