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July 28, 2009

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new blog stuff

love this and hate that? i want to hear about it!  this post is where you can leave all of your comments and feedback.  of course, you can always send me an e-mail, but here you can compile all of your ideas and suggestions.  i will be keeping up with all of them and work hard to implement your ideas and answer your questions.

let me know if you would you like to see more of something, learn about anything new, or have ideas for new posts.  i want to know what you like, what you don’t like, what you want more of, and all your suggestions and thoughts. use this as your free expression wall- and hold nothing back! can’t wait to hear from you!

the comment box will be going home to roost’s ongoing project, you can post as often as you like!

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  • I love your new comment box and I love Going Home to Roost!

  • Jennifer Poteat | August 25, 2009

    Hi Bonnie! Just wanted to let you know that your blog brightens up my lunch hour everyday! Thanks for all of the eye candy and the roosting tips!

  • Veronia M.- | August 26, 2009

    Hi: you have a wonderful blog, and I was wondering who designed it, I can’t find someone who can make my own ..or maybe I just don’t know how to explain what I want r..xD

    all the best

    Please let me know !

    Thanks

  • hi veronica! thank you! it was designed by the lovely dionne at studio chic design- i highly recommend! love, bonnie

  • Deborah Christy | September 3, 2009

    I love Evon’s bags made from upcycled thrift suits! I am always looking for
    “reconstruction” ideas! Going Home to Roost is awesome!

  • I love your fresh picks of teal and yellow! The teals are so soft and the yellow is sunny and fresh – beautiful together! Thank you for including my shoes :)
    Jaci
    http://ByTheWay.etsy.com

  • Hi Bonnie, I just wanted to say what a beautiful bright, and happy blog you have here..just saw you on fp Etsy, (Congrats!!) you are truly talented and creative…! Definitely going to bookmark you, and be back frequently. I would love to make my blog even half as interesting as yours!!
    P.S..I have a 2 year old called Bonnie!!

  • Hi Bonnie. Congratulations on the feature! I love your items, your blog, and everything else associated with your name. It is all so bright and cheerful, great work! Stop by and pay me a visit sometime on etsy, I’d love your autograph. :)

  • Maeghan | September 17, 2009

    Hi Bonnie! I just discovered your blog via Etsy (congrats on being the featured seller!!). In your interview with Etsy you mentioned that you make candles? I was wondering if you plan to discuss this on your blog, maybe a quick tutorial or just a look into your process? I have a new baby on the way and have been trying to eliminate artificial scents from our home, but with a toddler, dog and a husband (haha) sometimes I need a little “scent pick me up”. Thanks so much!
    PS: The apple jam recipe looks delish, its become my new craving!

  • Hi Bonnie…congrats on being on the front page. I love your aprons…you fabrics…your pillows…your blog…I love everything!! Everything is so cute. You are one very very talented person :)

  • Hi Bonnie! As a new etsy seller I found your featured seller article very inspiring. Also, I love the photographs of your gandmothers garden, it stirred memories of my own grandparents gardens, Thank-you!

  • Bonnie,

    Sick blog, I love it! I’m a fellow North Carolinian, lived in Raleigh my whole life. Thanks for posting who designed your blog, I might use her as well! I went ECU and got a BFA in Art Education with a concentration in textile design. It’s so wonderful to see someone who loves fabric and fiber art as much as I do. Keep up the good work, your art is gorgeous.

  • Hi Bonnie! I found your blog after looking online for your aprons. I heard about them when I was visiting your mom’s store. I look forward to reading your blog everyday when I get home from work. Keep up the awesome work!

  • Jaime Forkum | September 23, 2009

    Hi Bonnie,

    I love reading your blog. I found out about it when you were the featured seller on etsy! I recently started making totes/purses out of recycled coffee bags, lined with vintage fabric so your eco friendly tips on here are right up my alley!
    Wanted to ask you a question..
    The pictures you take yourself have a very unique look as far as looking… vintage and the coloring is different than normal photos… is this a certain camera you use or a certain film? I have seen these types of photos before and were curious how they were taken. Any help would be great! Thanks for your blog! I love it!

    ~Jaime

  • Love your blog Bonnie!
    I especially like the pricing your handmade goods article today. How about a tax guide in pricing as well , or as far as taxing goes :O) Would love an article on this to help me in my online shop as well.

  • hi samantha! will definitely put on my list- taxes are such a huge undertaking! thanks for the suggestion!

  • I love this site. I visit it daily. ;)

  • aw, hi kara! thank you! so glad to have you here. :)

  • Great blog, the layout and photos are wonderful!

  • Just discovered your blog and am really enjoying it!

  • oh thank you! love your shop!

  • hi jaime! thank you! well, many of the photos i use come from other sources, but the ones i do take myself i edit either using photoshop or picnic.com. i use a nikon d40 (no special lense)- but i’m a big believer in that you don’t have to have a nice camera to take great pics. a lot of it has to do with the lighting, and the editing thereafter- and if you don’t have photoshop, picnic.com is free and is a GREAT resource! :)

  • Just checked out Farmhouse Wares (they have an ad on the page) – wonderful! A purchase is in my near future!!

  • Love, love, love all your handmade stuff! I’ve been playing on your blog for way too long…should be working! Your new home is beautiful and I love all your products. My friend and I are making handmade stockings this Christmas, and having so much fun getting our little business off the ground. Keep up the good work!

  • oh thank you kim! love love love your stockings- so cute! thanks for commenting!

  • I’ve said it once and I will say it again…LOVE the site :)
    makes me smile

    http://imnosuprman.blogspot.com/2009/10/and-it-begins.html

  • michaela- thank you so much! you brighten my day. :)

  • I received your tea towel that I won. Thank you sweetie, its very cute! :)
    Heather

  • Hey Girlie!
    I loved today’s post. So many helpful ideas that I will be using! Keep up the great work.

    You’re Awesome,
    -Alisha

  • hey alisha! you are so sweet. :) i miss you!

  • Monica | January 28, 2010

    Bonnie,
    Love your blog, its a daily read for me. Just wanted to pass on who I use for sewing labels. Jennifers Jewels on Etsy (jennifersjewels.etsy.com) The price is really reasonable (90 for $25). The labels are awesome, they don’t fray and they hold up wash after wash and she can do different designs.
    Thanks for blogging!!

  • thanks for the awesome info monica! i moved this over to the post’s comments for everyone else to see (sorry if my commenting system is confusing!). love that shop!

  • Hi, I just came across your site from the Poppies, and I love it so far! I have added you to my RSS feed and can’t wait to read more of your posts!

  • happy monday!
    I took a week off from the computer – yes, an entire 7 days – looks like you made some changes and added new ideas while I was gone…can’t wait to catch up on your posts! :)

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