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Saturday, 13 February 2010

20 Minuters for this week

As promised I am still maintaining my 20 Minutes of crafting each day and thought I'd just do a quick show and tell before this one goes into the shop.




This is the work in progress. I have managed to find some really lovely textured yarns to use for my foliage and am really pleased with the results. Combining many different greens and different textures brings the picture to life. Hope you agree.









I decided to do this one with poppies and cornflowers on and I have to admit this is my favourite to date. I will be uploading it into the shop probably on Monday so if you are interested in buying it then keep your eyes on the picture shelf over here at http://sisterscraftycreations.blogspot.com/. There is a Gift draw still going on over there but it will be drawn a week on Monday on 22nd Feb so time is running out to get in there with a chance to win. Every 20 names that go into the draw we are adding something extra to the prize so let all your friends know :-)

10 comments:

Paula Gale said...

Wipso - this is lovely... A really lovely meadowy combination.

Well done and hope that it is soon snaffled up from your shop!!!

Paula x x x

Pearly Queen said...

Love the grasses one - sort of peaceful...

Felted House said...

Yes I certainly agree - what a lovely combination of greens, in a perfect arrangement! xx

Julia Dunnit said...

Mmm, beautiful green grasses, so summery...puts in mind of needing a Flake.....

Lynne said...

The 20 minutes is certainly working for me as well.
Love your pictures.

Christy said...

Thank you for stopping by.

You are both very creative sisters.

I love the poppies and cornflowers.

Christy

wonderwoman said...

what gorgeous pictures - thanks for popping by!

x

Shelly said...

I wanted to tell you that when I first looked at the new dumfing, that I could see an underwater...sea type pic. As grasses, they are beautiful and I always love your poppy pictures...Shelly

Twiglet said...

That green wool dumfs up beautifully!! If anyone knows where we can get green boucle wool, perhaps they can let us know.

Yvonne said...

These are just amazing! My o/h card was realy inspired by these fantasic pictures ( really hate calling them that, as they are so much more)Thank you for always taking to thime to post hun... xx