|Kristin, Stacey, Me and Victoria|
|Such a fun way to store a curling iron!|
|I sooo want pillows like these!|
|Victoria's Husband made her this amazing eating nook.|
|A welcoming entry way.|
When put together these two wonderful words become the perfect definition for my dear friends and fellow vendors, the women of Sister's Creed made up of Stacey, Kristin and Victoria.
Victoria happens to live in nearby Sagle and invited me over a couple weeks ago for a kick-off to Summer with, an afternoon of Sangrias on the patio (two of my other favorite words by the way!)
The girls all get together as often as life allows to share time in the kitchen, visit, create, tend to children and relax with one another. When invited to join in on this I was more than thrilled!
We gathered at Victoria's home on Saturday along with Stacey, Kristen and their Sister Kelly, who actually came up with their wonderful name.
I was so excited to see Victoria's home. It was like entering a European loft. with french touches, and flea market finds I found myself oohing an ahhing around every corner!
And the food was AMAZING! I enjoyed the salads and delicious treats well into the evening as we all visited out by the garden, getting to know one another. I love that, I love hearing stories of how everyone came to be where they are. Turns out that Victoria is a North Idaho native from Bonner's Ferry originally! and her father and my grandfather most likely worked together in the logging industry!
My other treat was getting a chance to visit Victoria's studio! I enjoyed every second of that, upstairs from the main living area is 1000 sq ft of design and crafting space, mixed with a collection of antique twin beds for the visiting grandchildren. To me it resembled the wonderful attic bedroom in the movie Nanny McPhee.
A crafter's dream, with space for storage and work.
|Love the Jadeite|
|I enjoyed this clever way of hanging pots!|
|Victoria's Kitchen just makes me happy.|
|Her husband invented this faucet paper towel holder. you can find them at the next Funky Junk show!|
|Even the stairs were given special attention.|
|Wonderful galvanized tub to store toys|
|This is just cozy and wonderful to me!|
|Victoria's collection of vintage prom dresses. The green one is a recent purchase from my Farm Chicks booth!|
|A little "Funky Junk".|