Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy Happy!

I Love Sequins!
Originally uploaded by Reyney
Happy New Year to everyone! Hugs and all that good stuff!

Here's to a new year full of love, mucho crafting and a wedding!


Monday, December 29, 2008

New Felt Goodies

New Felt Goodies
Originally uploaded by Reyney
Once again, I have been the most creative while feeling like crap.

Yes, I am on a 12 day vacation for the holidays, but I think it's messing with my head. I'm mot sleeping right, and I'm probably staring at the computer way toooo much.

So, in an attempt to get away from the computer, I made all these lovelies within the past 2 days! I am so excited about them all.

Will be listing in my ShoeFlower shop!

Hugs and Happy New Year,

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Mele Kalikimaka

Mele Kalikimaka
Originally uploaded by Reyney
Happy Holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to all my friends!

FYI - from Wikipedia:

"Mele Kalikimaka is a Christmas song sung as a warm greeting from Hawaii. The song takes its title from the phrase of "Mele Kalikimaka," the Hawaiianized pronunciation of "Merry Christmas." The Hawaiian language does not include all the sounds found in the English language (notably the letter R). Thus the familiar English phrase of "Merry Christmas" when pronounced using Hawaiian language syllables becomes "Mele Kalikimaka" (note the substitution of L's for R's). "Mele Kalikimaka" is therefore not Hawaiian for "Merry Christmas," but simply a Hawaiian transliteration."

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Don't Mess With Barbie

Found the following artile on Yahoo! Buzz

"Let's get something straight — Barbie may look like a bombshell, but she's no pushover. Mattel, the makers of the iconic doll, recently won a prolonged legal battle with MGA, the manufacturers of Bratz. The outcome of the legal battle puts into question the future of the creepy-looking Bratz figures. A federal court ruled that MGA was to be banned from making and selling "the saucy Barbie alternative." Why? Apparently, the court found that the creator of Bratz came up with the idea while working for Mattel. Hence, the idea belongs to the house that Barbie built."

Although, I never did really like Bratz dolls anyway. It's like Barbie and Blythe had an ugly love child! LOL