just like I said in yesterday's post, the creation I am sharing with you today is my third pincushion in my little line that I have called 'Strawberry Delight'. Again just like the first two, this one is made from an old tarnished sugar bowl and my favorite drop cloth. With this pincushion I decided to use both seam binding and sari silk ribbon, a small piece of a vintage tatted doily and of course it wouldn't be right without my little drop cloth strawberries. A little old worn button completes this creation.
And this it is ...
And this it is ...
... my ' Strawberry Delight' No. 3 pincushion.
I am very happy with the way this creation turn out again and I already have a few more planned.
I hope you have enjoyed my latest creation as much as I have enjoyed making it.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by and visit me here at Todolwen ~ it is always so nice when you do and I would love for you to return some time maybe again.
I hope you are well my dear friends and life is treating you kind.
Have a peaceful and creative day.
Sigh! What loveliness. So beautiful to see the way you are using your materials to make items that go together and yet are unique. Each one is special.ReplyDelete
Love it sooooooooo much! The strawberries are amazing again!ReplyDelete
Geweldig Karen deze 3e in de serie Strawberry Delight.ReplyDelete
Zo lief en mooi gemaakt de kleine aardbeien.
En de oude parelmoerknoop op de top maakt
ook deze creatie weer tot een prachtig exemplaar.
Lovely! The grey color is unusual, yet so right. Love your ideas with the bits of lace, and shabby button, the perfect touch.ReplyDelete
Lovely, as always. This time it was that little well-loved button that caught my eye.ReplyDelete
Karen, I love how you can take the simplest things and make something beautiful. This one is no exception!!ReplyDelete
These latest pincushions are just the sweetest thing. Absolutely love your strawberries. Stay cool, stay creative.. the weeds aren't going anywhere!!!ReplyDelete
Precioso y original!!ReplyDelete
Just beautiful. And I'm so glad you didn't use red for the strawberry. Perfection.ReplyDelete