For some reason when the sun is shining and the air is warm it is easier to be positive and see the possibilities in the day! I find that even if I am doing something tedious that the fall of sunshine through a window or the breeze through a door can make the time pass pleasantly. Strange I should live in a winter country. :) I have been working on these photos for a week or more and I am excited to share them. I made myself a spring garland to hang over my window using a very long strand of vintage faux pearls. In the planning stages I was only going to cover it with hand made ribbon flowers and wispy tassels but I (of course) embellished as I went along until it was bedecked in vintage tatting trim, miniature flower wreaths, hearts, and a fairy dress! It was fun to make (even though it took MUCH longer than I had originally planned) and I am very happy with it. It looks pretty hanging over the lace curtains of my window and I love to wake up in the morning and stare at it before I start the day.
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Oh this is just so elegeant and soft looking, beautiful xReplyDelete
Oh this is so very stunningly lovely!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful! I love your website!ReplyDelete
Delicate beauty! You are so talented!ReplyDelete
Um encanto, amei tudo.ReplyDelete
Garland is magic and wonderfull!ReplyDelete
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Janny has beautiful romantic roses she makes.
Amazing garland and absolutly beautiful photos! You are so talanted!ReplyDelete
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Have a great day!
Delightful. And you made it! My favorite, besides the flowers of course, is the little fairy dress. So adorable! Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, dreamy and delicate. I love it!ReplyDelete
So much intricate work and such a beautiful garland! Looks so pretty hanging. Your pictures are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up on Something to talk about!ReplyDelete
I am looking forward to what you share this week!
As always: breathtaking and so inspiring!!!…aahhhh...ReplyDelete