24 Responses to “Everything’s Coming up Roses!”

  1. Yeah Sherry…..glad all tests are good and you are set free! Good girl! Love this box and as always those roses are just too pretty!

  2. congrats on your quitting smoking! it DOES get easier!

  3. Yay! Good report on your tests!! If I can do it you can too! I used the gum–but made it through. It will get easier.

  4. Those roses are so pretty. Would love it if
    you would do a tutorial on how you make
    them. Great news about the smoking and

  5. Great to hear you a making it as a non smoker—know how hard it is to quit. Keep up the good work. The box is awesome!!!

  6. Oh what a lovely box!!! Those roses are gorgeous! Very pretty colors! Congrats on your medical report and continued success with no smoking…yeah…great job!!!!

  7. Love the box. You do so well with altering. That’s something I haven’t tried.

    Congrats on the medical report. Hope you continue to have good ones!!!

  8. That’s FAB news on your health status – so proud of you for going NO SMOKING! Yeah, you!!
    Lovely project btw! I have some things to alter….hmm…need to get the dust off and work on those! LOL!!
    Have a great weekend, my friend! xo

  9. The roses are just beautiful! When I first saw them I thought they were made out of fabric. What an incredible job, simply gorgeous!

    Congrats! It is not easy to quit but it does get a bit easier as time goes on…keep it up your doing great!


  10. Great news – lovely roses!

  11. Love what you did with this project.

  12. Gorgeous art Sherry! So glad you are still smoke-free. It is hard, but you can do it! Glad your results were good also. Hang in there girl, we are all pulling for you.

  13. Sherry, you never cease to amaze me with the use of “trinkets” on your projects; they always look so put together. So proud of you not smoking; you’re an inspiration to those who just think that it’s impossible to kick the habit. I always thank a co-worker who kept me from getting hooked as a young woman; she saw me smoking one day and said that it looked as if I was sending smoke signals; needless to say, I never picked up another cigarette…thank you, Marilee, for that remark!

  14. I love the box!! Your roses rock!!! As a smoker I am so glad your tests came back ok. Your an inspiration!!

  15. Way to go Ms. Sherry! That’s a wonderful thing to hear. Keep up the good work. Lots of folks are pulling for you.


  16. Good for you on the non smoking!! Keep it up!!
    Love your little box and all the little extras that you add

  17. Sherry, I love the boxes and I LOVE that you gave us links to every little thing you used to make it! I’m VERY happy about your tests and that you’re still off tobacco — my mom will die from COPD or congestive heart failure, both due to 60+ years of smoking. But she’s happy so who can complain/judge? She’ll slide into that grave/casket with a cigarette in one hand and a martini in the other and a big smile on her face. But it would be better if she could hold out until 96 like her mom! ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. This is truly darling in every way Sherry!! I never get tired of looking to see what you create, you always do an awesome job!! ๐Ÿ™‚ GREAT JOB on not smoking, that’s wonderful and trust me I know how difficult it is!! Take it day by day… every day is a milestone ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. Lovely roses!
    Such Awesome news from your doctors, isn’t amazing how your lungs can try to recover from all that stuff, so Happy for you, keep it up!!!

  20. Sherry you sure amaze me with all your talent!! Love it, miss you!

  21. sigh God that is a great wonderful feeling when the Pulmonary Doc gives you a clean bill of health, isn’t it? You are the queen of Grunge roses… love them and they are perfect on that box!!!!

    Happy 5th week of non smoking!

  22. Wow, Sherry, thank God!!! whew… you must be relieved! This is truly something for you & your family to be thankful about this Thanksgiving!!! YAY!

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