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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Have you herd...?

Yes, it's a "herd", cause there are more than just a few.



They've been congregating in their favorite spot...


on the buffet in the Dining Room.


















And then I realized a have a few others here, too.


Some elk and deer on my German die cut calendars.



It's a beautiful day here,
hope yours is as well.



I'm letting my sheep distract me,
'cause I have a painting decision to make for my Hall Bath.
I needed touch up paint...
what they mixed for me isn't "touch up" paint!
It doesn't match at all,
so now I have to decide what to do.
I'm not a happy camper...

joining in with:

Between Naps on the Porch for Met Monday
A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia for Tuesday's Treasures
Knick of Time Tuesday
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
White Wednesday at Faded Charm 
Share the Love Wednesday Very Merry Vintage Style
What's it Wednesday at Ivy and Elephants
Thriftin' on a Thursday at Savvy City Farmer

xoxo,

48 comments:

  1. I just got a chuckle out of your herd....what a sweet collection!! Perfect for Easter too!!

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  2. Debra,
    Your herd is adorable! I'm loving your silver tray on the buffet...think I have a match here on the Prairie!!! Decorating dilemna when the paint doesn't match. Paint with a new hue...or return to the paint store. In this economy...I'd probably return the paint. Unless, of course, you're wanting to change the color. Have a great week ahead!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  3. What a sweet little lamby vignette. I love your new banner! I think I have that same quilt you have on the loveseat. I went through a quilt phase (obsession) a few years ago.
    ♥Linsey

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  4. Baatiful Ewe! I love the layout and using the glass domes was perfect. I am going to have to get a journel going to record all the great blog ideas, I can't remember the all.

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  5. I love your herd...I have a small one myself. Hope your Lord's day has been wonderfully bless.

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  6. I love your heard! Your dining room is so pretty.

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  7. Those boogers are hard to find. I only have 2! Love yours! Rhonda

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  8. Debra, I love all your sheep! What a cute collection. Hugs, Sherry

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  9. Debra,
    Your sheep collection is so sweet.I have a few of those.I am waiting to put them out.Not ready to go digging.I hope you come up with a good solution to your mismatched paint.

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  10. Don't ya just love them? What is it about them? I can't stand it, I love them all and I like them in herds. Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  11. Gotta love sheep...they're just so...pastoral! lol The shabby one in the mossy cloche is my favorite. My Ozzie loves the scenes in the Jane Austen movies when the obligatory herd of sheep passes by. I have to play them over and over and she tries to catch them! Happy Sunday!...hugs...Debbie

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  12. Not a baaaaaad collection at all. As far as the painting of the bathroom, Ewe is it good timing on painting the whole thing anyway? If so, look at it as a forced re-do.

    ~Bliss~

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  13. Love all your sheep and the way you have them collected in pretty vignettes! I collect little sheep - usually less then 2-3 inches tall and they are fun to try and find!

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  14. Oh they are all fabulous. I love them. Such a gorgeous vignette. Of course I love them under a cloche. Hugs, Marty

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  15. Love your herd!! They are adorable!! What a wonderful collection!

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  16. I like your herd of sheep. They are such gentle looking animals. I love them used in decor too. I hate to hear that your paint didn't match. Don't you hate when a small project turns into a much bigger one? I'm sure you'll decide what to do soon.

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  17. Love your herd! Everything is beautiful as always. Hugs & Blessings, Cindy

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  18. Such a neat collection. Love your new banner pics too! Hope you are well. Have missed visiting!

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  19. Your herd is adorable, and I love your new banner, too. Good luck with the painting decision.

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  20. I love lambs. I think they are precious. I would love to find a large picture of Jesus with a herd of lambs for a nursery one day (and later somewhere else in the house). :)

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  21. I love lambs, and sheep! I have a great collection too, since every lamb or sheep I have ever bought, I KEEP. Love yours....always a sweet treat to visit you here. xo Lidy

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  22. They are a favorite of mine also. Enjoyed viewing your herd!

    ~Violet

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  23. I love your vignette, especially the sheep under the cloche! Hope you find a paint solution for the bathroom!

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  24. adorable herd, debra:) love them under the domes!

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  25. Love the herd! Hope the paint thingy works out! Have a blessed day my friend, HUGS!

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  26. Love the "herd"..as they are so beautifully displayed. I love how you placed the mirrors on your buffet.

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  27. These are precious Lamb Chop. Makes me want spring to hurry on up!
    Deb

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  28. Hi Debra! Oh you herd is so adorable! I love all of your sweet lambs! Can you believe I don't have even one! :)
    I'm so deprived.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia )

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  29. Love your "herd" ... I too have a herd of sheep, cast iron sheep banks, ceramic sheep, sheep pillows, sheep door stops, wood carved sheep, sheep pull toys, and a pasture full of Dorper and Shetland sheep.

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  30. Love the herd!
    Good luck with your paint!

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  31. enjoyed seeing your sheep collection ... I also collect sheep ... it started because I'm a weaver ... I notice you have a few of the same sheep that I do

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  32. I think the herd is having a pryer meeting on the sideboard. Clovis is on my lt. hand and commenting is hard enoough dad gum it...........

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  33. Debra, what fun to see your herd of sheep. I have a few sheep here too, but haven't thought about herding them into a vignette like you have. This is inspiring. Thanks for sharing. ~ Sarah

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  34. Love your sheep! What a clever display!

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  35. Love your sheep! So cleaver! Thanks for sharing Joann

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  36. Unusual, terrific collection, love it

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  37. Such a lovely collection! I also admire the pretty layered mirrors-a great look.

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  38. That is one huge "flock" of sheep! The English teacher in me had to make sure that the collective noun was correct. LOL I love woolies- they're just plain sweet and innocent looking. What's next for the farm? *grin*

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  39. AWW, your HERD is adorable! And I love how you have them displayed. Your buffet looks so pretty. As for the paint: I would return it and get what you want! XO, Pinky

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  40. I herd you collect sheep ...

    don't make me chose a favorite!

    thanks for linking ...it really means alot to me!!

    see ya friday

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  41. Your herd is adorable. You make the cutest vignettes Debra. Love it.

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  42. Such sweet lambs. Love them on the tray. Your mirrors and buffet are beautiful too! Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!
    Mary

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  43. Love love love your herd of sheep.
    I only have the memory of one toy when I was little bitty and it was a squeaky lamb - my sister found it in her attic and returned it to me recently - I cried!!
    I am always on the lookout for a new guy to add to my small collection.
    Thanks for sharing yours.
    Rhonda

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  44. I don't know how I missed your herd of sheep, but I LOVE them, especially the first one and the little grouping under the cloche. I have a "thing" for sheep figures, too and I'm always looking for them, especially this time of year. Thanks for sharing yours.

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