Monday, 10 September 2012

No one on earth could feel like this, I'm thrown and overflown with bliss...

 
Hello,
can you see the little Bees?
 
 I do enjoy doing the 'hen's teeth' thing on these old envelopes.   I am mounting some of the worked envelopes onto blocks of reclaimed wood.  This allows them to stand or be hung via hole drilled in back.   Really pleased with the look of each piece.
 
 Anyhoo, just wanted to say that my Birdy purse below, is a Giveaway with madebyhandonline
If you fancy taking part, click the link and leave them a note to be entered into the free draw, closes 1st Oct.  
Thanks for stopping by. x
Eurythmics - There Must Be An Angel

12 comments:

Little Dotty Bird said...

Another gorgeous little birdie! I love your work it always makes me smile. I've got my fingers crossed for the competition! :)

carole johnston said...

I think this is a great idea, versatile and usable so clever,well done,as usual when I read your headers I get the song in my head! thanks! lol really though I do love your headers.

Rosa posa said...

I love your embellished envelopes they're so beautiful:) and I adore the little bees! Your blog is so great I've been following for a while and I always love to read your posts.

http://rosingtontown.blogspot.co.uk/

Sarah B said...

Your work is just delightful - always :)
x

Tamara G. Suttle said...

Oh, my gosh! Such beautiful work! I'm so happy to have found your blog today!

bohemiannie! art said...

I rarely comment here, but I always love everything you do. This included.

jane said...

I love your work...the old envelopes and stamps combined with the sweet simple birds and gardens...just wonderful!
Jane smith

lyn briggs said...

Your envelopes are great.

grrl + dog said...



Well Since I scored some vintage envelopes on the trip, they may have to be played with in a grrl+dog style...

Sassy Breese said...

I adore your wimsical arty ways.

illustration poetry said...

wow thats adorable!!!

Heidi said...

love your quotes :-)
And this time I guessed right