Tuesday, September 4, 2012

I told you so, John!!!!!!!!!!!

Remember this dresser?


Where John told me it was too specific ( or something like that anyway - the original post is HERE )

It sold on the weekend - so I really do not need an agent after all lol - a young couple bought it for there soon to be born daughter -  I am always overly thrilled when my pieces make it into nurseries - and for some reason most of them do - often for the first born - weird coincidence?

And then my country pieces - which were listed 2 weeks ago


 Suddenly had a lot of interest!
 A young couple from Ontario ( again expecting a baby girl ) called and asked me to hold them for them
 until next weekend when they can drive in to pick them up

 AND after I agreed, 3 more interested parties contacted me for them ( it never rains - but it pours )
 but they belong to the first couple -
 Along with this


won't this make the cutest baby's room????  If I remember properly I think the couple have just bought an old farmhouse - or country house -

And an update on that dresser I'm working on - all " dirtied " up



but still not finished lol - I really am taking my time on this one!

Oh and Lindsay from Better After featured my Country Sunshine - thanks so much Lindsay - this makeover has given me more hits than anything else I've done - 12 features are very humbling ( and absolutely thrilling )


Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend - mine was near perfect - pickin on Saturday - partying on Sunday - dinner with my daughters on Monday - ( near perfect and not perfect because my Son couldn't join us )

XOX
Suzan



22 comments:

  1. Congrats on all the features - I absolutely love your work and see why it has been picked to be featured so often. Keep it coming - can't wait to see what you come up with next....so enjoy every piece...

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  2. wow--beautiful work and GREAT features!! Thank you for commenting on my dresser post--and i am your newest follower... And - yes I would have agreed with on the first dresser--I KNEW it would sell...
    chris

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  3. Very beautiful pieces! I know isn't it weird how your furniture seems to appeal to a certain crowd? I get the same thing except mine are all college girls or 30 something couples. Have a great week! Traci

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    1. Thanks so much! Yeah, it's a little weird lol

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  4. Gorgeous job on the chest....I love, love Anne of Green Gables...so want to go to Prince Edward Island!!

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  5. Congrats! Your hard work is paying off. I'm not surprised though. Do you just advertise your pieces on Kijiji?

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  6. Goodness....I am not surprised they sold. Your pieces are charming and full of whimsy and just fabulous! :)

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  7. Congratulations of all those features! But, HOW COULD YOU SELL MY ANNE DRESSER! I thought it was included in my prize. ~ Maureen

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  8. Soo funny, your convo with your husband. I absolutely love the dresser. Your work is really beautiful. I am still new at the whole blogging thing. I have been doing furniture for a couple years now, but I am just recently trying to make more of it then just something I do on the side. Your work inspires me. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Wow I can't believe this post! My sister and her family vacation in PEI every year and she's always quoting Anne of Green Gables. Your work is definitely worth showcasing YOU ROCK!!!

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  10. congrats on the features & the sales glad to see your work being so appreciated yay have a wonderful week

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  11. I'm still crying because you didn't send "Anne of Green Gables" this way! Love it ~

    Your furniture pieces all turn out wonderfully and I can't wait to see this on-going piece finished. The color looks gorgeous!

    xo
    Pat

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  12. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog - wow your furniture is gorgeous!! I am your newest fan and follower!

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  13. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my Dr Seuss!! I love your Anne Dresser! It's adorable! This is my first piece for a nursery. They are so much fun to do!! btw, that huge buffet/hutch is absolutely stunning. What a monster to re-do! Very nice work!

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  14. Oh wow! What gorgeous pieces of furniture. I love that beautiful hutch and your "dirtied up" piece is sure to be another masterpiece.

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  15. All of your pieces are amazing, that green gables dresser is adorable. You are a very talented woman, and now your furniture is inspiring new young minds and hopefully future upcyclers. I love that cabinet in the last pic, I know it was alot of work but you did an incredible job it is gorgeous.
    hugs Tobey

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  16. Congradulations Suzan. All of those are pieces are beautiful. Have a great week.
    Debi

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  17. Congradulations Suzan. All of those are pieces are beautiful. Have a great week.
    Debi

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  18. I'm not surprised those pieces went so fast ... they look fabulous! And I can see them all in nurseries too! Congrats and congrats on the well-deserved Better After feature!

    :)

    Linda

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  19. Beautiful pieces, Suzan! I love that dresser with the poem/text on it. I just redid a roadside rescue chest {that my daughter is going to take at her house}, but it is nowhere near as nice as your work.

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  20. Wow...love them all :) Yes, I agree, the thought of them being purchased for a babies room is fun...and a compliment to your beautiful work :)
    Thanks for your sweet comment on my entry!! Chat soon, Laurel

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