Tuesday, October 15, 2013

like a seesaw

Halloween at Rensel Studio is a place of beauty!

Thank you all for your patience with me and my staff.  We are continuing to improve our service and
craftsmanship every single day.  Some days we slip, but I promise all of you that we will give it our best
effort each and every day.  We may not be as "professional" as we could be, but we resolve to put extra effort into being nice, kind, and diligent.

Here are some of our efforts from the past couple of weeks as well as a couple we forgot to post earlier.

I wanted to note that the artwork on "warm hearts" piece was created by Amber Hansen.  Not a day has gone by that I haven't been amazed and delighted by her talents.

Boo!
Jill















7 comments:

Christina said...

Everything is wonderful. The skeleton is too cute.

Rita said...

I so enjoy seeing your beautiful framing/matting creations.

Cari said...

Oh my gosh...I love every one of them !! I'm so glad Amber is with you. Her warm hearts is amazing. Isn't it fun to have someone around who loves her own work? Hugs to you dear friend.

Cari

Margit said...

Thank you sooo very much for your wonderful framing of my stitching!!! (picture 2 - 5) I keep on looking at them all day long!
Margit from Germany

needlenurse said...

Beautiful as always. I love the frame for The Old West! One of these days I'm going to let you frame one of my stitched pieces.

Paula

Janet said...

I always enjoy reading your blog. We all have times when we get busy or having other things going on. You communicate with all, so as far as I am concerned a few extra weeks delay is not a big deal.

MysteryKnitter said...

I like the flamingo one. Yes, and the chocolate one. I happen to love dark chocolate.