Friday, 19 March 2010

A flowery day

Actually a few flowery days rather than just one, spent making these. I spent a long time putting different colours next to each other to see what contrasted and blended and really enjoyed making them as they're all different. I've got more lined up to do tomorrow if I get the chance too. Archie does tend to try and run off with them so they have to be guarded carefully as they're drying!

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  1. You've had lovely, wonder-full flowery days! They're absolutely beautiful. And I'm sure Archie has been a great help. LOL. BTW, is his lump gone now?

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  2. Archie's first lump has almost completely gone but he now has another big one where he had his second lot of jabs - I'm sure that too will go down, but I'll talk to the vet at some stage about how we can best protect him without over-vaccinating if at all possible. He feels just fine though and has a few new things to show people next week!

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  3. Hi

    I've just read Kim's and your comments about Archie! I hope he is ok and that the jabs would take care of the lumps! Poor think, hand on in there little fella!

    Oh aren't your flowers BEAUTIFUL! So, so delicate and pretty but such vibrant colours!! Really lovely - can't wait to see more.

    Take care
    x

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  4. Those flowers are so beautiful - I love the colours - what a talent!

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  5. Gorgeous flowers L - Really lovely!

    Get well soon Archie :o)
    x

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  6. Your gorgeous flowers have brightened my day! Thank you, Rebecca x

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  7. A felted house with a felted garden of flowers !...as Archie may say 'purrfect'!
    They are beautiful
    xx

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  8. Wow. Those are stunning. Gorgeous colours. How clever are you :-)
    A x

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  9. lovely feltflowers, wonderful colours!!!
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  10. They are so beautiful! I made little sweetpea a daisy hairclip out of felt recently and she tried to eat some of the petals - maybe they taste nice that is why Archie loves them so much :-) Hope Archie feels ok after his jabs.

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  11. wonderful flowers! would like of of them for my new table centre someone have just gave me as an early easter present!wonderful work, you're truly so talented!
    Sorry to have been absent lately, I have been pretty busy at home, but I will catch up soon with hopefully all of you!
    Annalisa

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  12. You make those so beautifully. If I could make them
    I wouldn't stop at one either :-D

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