Thursday, 3 December 2009

Cushions & Candles


Over the last few days I have been busy sewing cushions and hearts from Hungarian grain sacks. These are now for sale on the website but I shall make some for myself as well as I love them (though I do feel guilty cutting them up!)

I've also been wrapping candles with old music as I had seen something similar and thought this a good idea. I shall keep these for my own decorations at Christmas.

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  2. *sorry about the deleted comment above it was me but I was signed in as James ~ not used to him having a blog yet!!!*
    Oh these are all just lovely.
    I love those cushions, oohhh I love it all! The candles look wonderful & festive too even though they are not overtly Christmassy.
    Wonderful.
    Love
    Alison
    x

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  3. Oh absolutely stunning. I love everything. I wish I were as talented as you!

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  4. All lovely. I'm going to have to borrow the candle idea - so simple but effective.
    Wend

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  5. I love everything in this post.
    The Hearts and Cushions are gorgeous.
    You and I have the same taste in Christmas deccies, I used music sheets to make cones last year.
    How is the decorating coming on?
    Carol x

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  7. Merry Christmas Ruth! Love the candles, should have done that to the large one I have sitting "looking bare" by the fireplace....lizzie x

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  8. Thank you for the sweet message.
    We got married in secret as we didn't tell anyone & only took 2 friends as witnesses to get married in Barnard Castle & then afterwards we told everyone after the event! Sneaky!
    We also got engaged on Christmas day the year before & we first started dating on Christmas Eve 1992 so getting married on the day we first started was lovely too.
    Hope you had a lovely Christmas
    love
    Alison
    x

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  9. happy new year Ruth! I am with you on your comment on the old guy on my blog... very creepy! You could think up a good caption along the lines of "Fred had a certain way with the ladies.." Lizzie x

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