Double Feature ~ Somerset Life

It has been with some anticipation {to say the least} that I have waited to receive my contributor's copy of the Spring 2010 issue of Somerset Life.

Last December I was asked by the delightful new Editor-in-Chief, Christen Olivarez, to write two accompanying articles about the projects I had submitted. You may remember my canvas millinery and chicken wire frames I showed you last fall...

...and my dream of a perfect desk, where I showed you these pretty "school supplies" I made for myself.

The other day, Mr. Mailman finally delivered the magazine. With a bit of a tease on the front cover "SCHOOL GIRL CHIC Redux" and a snippet of a photo of my beaded clip board in the table of contents, I could not wait to see the presentation that the editors and photographers did with my work.

It was worth all the time in packaging my creations and schlepping them to the post office {and my husband wondering where his grandmother's silver mint julep cup had gone} to have Somerset do such a lovely layout and creative photography.

Now it's time for all of you to go out and pick up your copy! Look for my stories on pages 46 ~ 49...

...and on pages 80 ~ 83, that is if you can go directly to those pages.

The entire magazine is full of a collection of wonderful and eclectic ideas for everyone. As usual it is a terrific issue.

I am beyond thrilled to have my work and writing included in this group of writers, designers, and artists. I do not take it for granted and I am somewhat humbled.

Thank you Christen and Somerset Life for continuing to motivate me to keep "moving in so many creative directions."

And thank you all for taking the time to stop by and visit my blog.

I appreciate it, as always.

Ciao amici,


jenngga said...

Hi Suzanne, I am so happy to see you getting recognized for your talent in this magazine! Wonderful news!

Suzanne MacCrone said...

Thank you Jennifer for your sweet words. It's always rewarding to be recognized by your peers.

Happy Spring to you!

Ciao bella,

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Congratulations, Suzanne!!!!!!!!!!! I'm sooo happy for you, cara!!!!

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Ciao Bella!!! Every time I see "Italian" I take a double take. I saw your blog at Marcela's & Clara's and decided to pay you a visit. I am thrilled that you ladies have made it in separate magazines!! How incredibly flattering that must be. I will start following your blog and place you on my blog list and also click "follow"; PLEASE VISIT & DO THE SAME IF YOU LIKE! I love chit chatting with Italians. We can share our love for our culture and our artistic & creative talents!

Poppins said...

Congratulations! What a joy to be published in this magazine. And your shool supplies look very pretty.

twinkleshabbystar said...

CONGRATS sweetie!!! Sooo well deserved!!! XOXO,Jenn

SharDon Exclusives said...

Suzanne, this is the first time I have seen your blog and I am loven' everything! Congratulations for the entry in the magazine. From all I have seen so far I understand why they would choose your work.
We are having a GA bloggers meeting on April 10th! We would love to have you join us for a day of fun,

Suzanne MacCrone said...

To ALL of You Lovely Ladies ~

A heartfelt thank you for you kind comments and compliments. I truly am humbled and do no take this for granted. Your encouragement keeps me doing this! I wish I knew you all in person.

Ciao amici,

kayellen said...

Lovely article Suzanne~~I am tickled we are published in the same magaizne!

Hoping to share in a couple days on my blog...


Suzanne MacCrone said...

Hi Kay Ellen ~

I'm so glad we are in the same issue too! I am definitely in good company.


Ellie said...

Congrats, it looks wonderful! How exciting, can't wait to see this issue!

The Vintage Sister said...

Congratulations Suzanne! I'm not at all surprized that Somerset would find your stuff amazing enough to be in their magazine:)
I'll pick up a copy this weeekend!!

junkdreams said...

Hi Suzanne,
I have been anxiously awaiting the April 2010 issue, and found your blog when I goggled on Somerset 2010. So happy I did, and so happy to have a "sneak peek", as there is no sign of it in Canada yet. Your projects are stunning!

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