Well hello hello,
I guess I forgot something yesterday...
some days it's raining outside...
... and you're happily stitching away...
... and completely forget about the world around you?
Well, yesterday was not such a day,
except for the rain perhaps,
nor was the day before yesterday.
I just forgot.
Features of last party
Dear Dorthe of Den Lille Lade has once again made a gorgeous and sweet doll girl,
which obviously I had to share here.
I love her sweet and comforting countenance.
She's wearing the most beautiful white dress
and neutral toned cape to keep her warm,
all made of gorgeous laces.
Adorned with beautiful bling bling,
on her dress and in her most gorgeous curly hair.
And her beautiful laced boots!
And while we're at it,
on to our next top model, here's Edwina bear,
created by Jesse of Lace Age Girl.
She's wearing another beautiful white dress,
but ladies, just look at the gorgeous hat Jesse made her!
Beautiful work Jesse!
Okay, on to something completely different!
Liz of LuluLiz in Lalaland
made this awesome and beautiful tag I just had to share!
I love it!
And I love the way she displayed them for the photos,
with the medicine bottles and so on surrounding it.
Wonderful work ladies!
Here's your blog button.
On to this week's party!
SIMPLY NEUTRALS #15
Dear Jesse of Lace Age Girl shared with us a very handy hint,
which I will share with you here today as well.
Jesse in her own words:
"P.S. A little hint for those new to blogging (like me!), I've noticed that when I return to past Simply Neutrals posts, some of my links didn't link back to the actual #post on Wen's blog, or to my own #post, so make sure you click on the post title to get the specific link address to use, rather than the main address of the blog. Otherwise you have to search manually for it and others who may be browsing our blogs can't easily find the posts."
Thank you Jesse!
If you have trouble doing so, then I hope I can be of some help HERE.
What neutral coloured beauty did you find or make or buy or receive?
Post anything in neutral colours,
be it cream, white, grey, beige, silver and/or brown.
A creation you made or received, home decoration, a statue or architecture, or anything out there that you were allowed to take a photo of.