Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wine Wednesday: Crafty

First of all, thanks for your sweet words on my red/white/blue wedding post yesterday.  Don't worry, I'm sure I'll keep you posted.

And apologies in advance for the ad-nausea wedding talk.   I know it's not the most exciting thing to everyone, but it's pretty much allll I do in my free time.  That and drink wine.


So, remember when I started crafting cute initial-canvases for Mr. RH and I?  Yeah, it was January so I barely remember.

Anyways, TWO MONTHS ago I started a craft project.  Got a nice amount done in one day and then it literally sat on the kitchen table for the next two months.

Which would be a really great excuse for anyone who has to see my kitchen table to drink, now that I think about it.

However, I poured myself some wine the other night and decided to get it done.  Cause I need my kitchen table back to put other crap on it.  Duh.

It's not particularly sophisticated or fancy, but I really like almost every Barefoot brand of wine that I try. 

Traditional moscato is one of my fav wines, and I'm generally pretty cautious about red wines.  Cause they could stain your teeth, yo! 

Anyways, two thumbs up for red moscato.  I think it's a little less sweet than the traditional moscato - and I'm not sad about it.

Cheers, crafters (and non crafters).  Stay tuned because the final project will be complete this week!

Cheers, Wednesday.

3 Classy Comments:

Tess said...

I need to pick up a craft or hobby, even if I end up throwing it out. It's probably a great relaxer at the end of the day....Hopefully ;)

~Dawn~ said...

I'm a Moscato gal, myself! I've seen this Red Moscato and was apprehensive to try it but now that you've reviewed, I may just have to give it a try.

Erin O. said...

Andrew just brought this home the other night and we are waiting to crack it open(for what, I havn't a clue!)

He thought I'd like it because I like sweet things and red wine-this style of wine is pretty hot now?? I think!

Wedding stuff never gets old!!

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