I'd like to share with you a little wall hanging I made quite some time ago, however I didn't finish this until a couple of days ago, when I added some colour to the image, a button, a piece of lace across the top, and the seam binding bow and clear pendant:
The three loops at the top are made from carpet tape and inserted into the top seam before stitching, then a thin pole threaded through - it can either be hung from one hook with the twine attached, or two hooks, one for each end the thin pole.
I added a vintage style button from our local market and the seam binding bow at the top was dyed with Iced Spruce DI. The beautiful clear pendant which hangs from the bow, and the layer of lace across the top of the hanging, which sits directy underneath the bow, were gifts from a very lovely friend, Lynne from Adorn - thank you so much Lynne. Please pop over to see Lynne, if you haven't already, as she makes the most beautiful vintage creations.
My 2nd anniversary of blogging came and went a couple of months ago without me even realising (probably due to some health problems which have also impacted on my commenting, however I will explain properly at a later date) but I do intend to have a little giveaway in a few weeks time so please watch this space! It won't be huge, but I promise that it will be nice!
I would like to enter this into:
Simon Says Stamp and Show - A little Stamping
Don't forget, the theme at the Craft-Room this fortnight is Vintage Rubber Stamping, so if you can join in then please do!
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday, and the coming (sunny!) week, and thank you for your visit which I sincerely appreciate.