Monday, April 6, 2009

My puzzle maker !












This is my daughter Stephanie and she is a senior in high school this year. She is

a puzzle addict...lol
We have started glueing her puzzles and adding them to poster

frames. Here are few from her room and the last four pictures are puzzles we have

added to the rec room in the basement. She has also made them as presents and given

them away. She made a really neat train puzzle from my Dad he proudly put in his bedroom.
If you notice the airplane shelf and truck shelf. My Dad made those for my son and
he them in his room when he was younger. Now we added them to the rec area in the
basement we finished a couple years back.

The last picture is of my dear hubby's beer mugs. We found this neat shelf garage saling

this weekend. It was only 5.00! We also bought a small microwave for my daughter to take

when she goes away to college in the fall. Happy Monday!!

























9 comments:

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Joy, Thank you very much for visiting my blog and your kindness.
I really apprecite it.
You're always welcome.

The large eggs came from Ross. That is a fun store with great prices if you have one nearby.

Your daughter is just beautiful. She must be talented to do all those hard puzzles.

Have a wonderful and blessed week.
~Melissa :)

Sabina said...

Thanks for visiting my blog Joy. This is the cutest post!! Great photos!!

:)

Serendipity said...

Wow, your daughter must be a very patient girl! Doing puzzles sure need lots of patience, isn't it? LOL!

Heather said...

wow that is a lot of puzzles! how fun!

Mary Anne said...

Those are really neat puzzles. My favorite is the Snoopy puzzle. I love Snoopy;-) When I was a teenager, my parents and I would put puzzles together. We framed quite a few of them and used them as picture decorations. Some of them are still around. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment.

Blessings,

Mary Anne @ Marigold Manor

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Those framed puzzles are just adorable! What a great hobby for a young girl!

Katherine

A Stitch In Thyme said...

I love puzzles! THe more pieces, the happier I am doing them. I get so relaxed when I work a puzzle. Great hobby to have.

This Country Girl said...

Joy,

Your daughter's puzzles are awesome! I'm so glad you are able to preserve them for her! That's quite a talent too! What a great thing to do!

Tammy

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Hello Joy...It is nice to meet you. I appreciated your visit to my blog. I have only been at this since the first part of December...and am enjoying it very much.
I am off to wander about on your blog and find out a bit about you.
Have a nice evening...
~Smiles~
Mona