The colors are so soft and dreamy. I also chose this pottery planter. I love cream colored pottery and I think this will be most versatile in decorating...filled with acorns or small Christmas ornaments or Easter eggs or just a 2 pound bag of M&M's!
This lovely leaf is made of felt. It looks laser cut to me.
Finally, this felt tree stuffed and sewn anddecorated with some chenille trim and a tin star....
attached to a glass candle holder that has been spray painted a matte black.
The tree looks very cute on our mantel (which I will show at a later date) with my new witch made by Larkspur Lane. I found her at Marshall's for a ridiculous price. Her face is so cute and she's clutching a very funny cat under her arm. I like funny, not scary Halloween decorations.
Lots of folks have been writing to ask me how I've been feeling. My Polymyalgia Rheumatica seems to be under control and not causing problems but my body has been at war with some other nasty conditions. I'm fighting with everything I have and I won't go into details because after all...you come here to see cute, funny things from me. Just know that I'm in God's hands and I'm OK. I've not been posting much or visiting as much as I'd like but I'm still here and fighting to stay well. All will be good...I believe that. It just comes slower when you're past 60. Thanks for not giving up on me.
I have lots to share with you and I hope to be blogging more regularly soon!
I've had lots of time to read and this book has been paged through dozens of time already. Some people are just so clever and can see the artful possibilities in common everyday things...like books!
you will be amazed at what you can do with paper!