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Delighted Launch Party!

What a fabulous evening! Amanda Herring of The Quilted Fish celebrated the launch of her new fabric line called Delighted!
There were so many fun and creative ideas. I am so excited  to share a few of the creative things Amanda designed.This doll house was so adorable. Barbie would love to live here.
Amanda, Tahmor and Alexis enjoying the celebration.
These antique doors and windows were among my favorites of the evening.
Everywhere you looked there was eye candy.
Don't you love this vintage car? The colors in this line are so bright and fun. Just like Amanda.

Every window was filled with projects. Amanda's Glam Lamps with cute pillows and quilts.
Every table was decorated with fabulous center pieces like these DYI dress form pincushions.
Look at this great fabric covered guitar.
Banners hung from every window and every doorway.

Yummy candy and treats.

More projects made from both laminate and cotton.





 This is Casey. She is the fantastic kitchen help. There were yummy cupcakes and cookies. Soup and sandwiches. Of course, everything was picture purfect.
This is Shane filling in for Michelle. He was helping all the ladies make necklaces.

Each little cushion was made from a print in the fabric line.
Precious crowns.



You can't see the cute skirt Amanda made from the green and white polka dot but it was adorable. She looked darling. It was so fun to celebrate with her and of course she was the best hostess. There was not one square inch that wasn't decorated. Congratulations Amanda. You had a successful evening because so many people came to celebrate your success with you.

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