Thursday, June 13, 2013

My Home's in Montana

Who knows the next line to that song?  Yep, it is I wear a bandana, my spurs are of silver, my pony is grey.  The first line is true--my home is in Montana.  Look at this untouched photo of our sky the other night:
No wonder I chose to make Montana home, right?  After seeing some cute t-shirts with a state and home written on the state, I decided to make a pallet sign like the shirt.
I did a couple for my show this weekend.
These would be easy to do for any state.  if make one for your state, I would love to see it!
PS--I have had some great questions asked lately, I am not ignoring you--I plan to have a Q and A post soon :)!


  1. Beautiful! Montana is my home, too, and always will be, no matter where I live!

  2. Awww. This made me smile. I am a "Made in Montana" girl even though I no longer live there. I pinned your sign. Great job

    It's Always Ruetten

  3. Just gorgeous Becky - absolutely gorgeous!!!
    I did a post on my home today to LOL - sentimental bunch of bloggers we are!

  4. Becky this is wonderful!! My home state isn't too far (WA) I love this project so much and cannot wait to read your Q & A's :)

    xo, Tanya

  5. I love this! Im far away here in NC. Id love to do something like this for my vacation Spot.

  6. Breathtaking!!!
    Montana is absolute gorgeous :)

    The sign is soooo fun and clever.

    thanks for sharing your Montana Sky.


  7. My parents were raised in Montana and I had many trips back to visit family as a child. Happy times! Sometimes I dream of living there when we retire. Not sure we could handle the very cold winters though. Thank you for sharing that beautiful Montana sky and blessings to you, Patti

  8. We live in Texas, both born and raised but want to retire in Montana. Just Beautiful!!!

  9. Great Idea! Except I'm torn between Indiana (where I was born and raised) and Iowa (where I now live and call home). Thanks for sharing so many good ideas!!


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