Wednesday, February 28, 2007

in the studio















it may still be cold, white, and wintery outside, but in my studio it looks like spring in full color! i've been forcing blooms - well, making festive paper buckets with vintage trims, flowers, leaves, and a little glitter magic. each has a sweet little birdie in a nest, or a butterfly.

they are ready to fly away to new homes. you can find them in my etsy shop, the nest.

lots more goodies coming soon!
xo, heidi

13 comments:

Dee Light said...

So pretty.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Oh my you've got a lovely blog! Thank you for stopping by mine! Your photos reveal what wonderful crafts you create ~ I must check out your etsy shop! I will be back, "neighbor"!

Gypsy Purple said...

These are sooooooolovely!!!

carolyn said...

Oh these are adorable they are sure to fly out of the shop very soon.

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness...these are simply amazing! LOVE them:) WOW!
Kari
www.artsymama.blogspot.com

Ulla said...

These are really wonderful! I love addison and yak papers on anything!!!

tongue in cheek said...

Aren't these sweet! Easter basket delight, who needs chocolates?

Cerri said...

These pails are just gorgeous! And so are all of the tags that you make! Thanks for stopping by my blog, I would love to add you to my blogs list if that is ok with you?

Anita said...

Thanks a lot for passing by my blog and leaving a nice comment on my nostalgic hearts swap! It's aways great to have new visitors!

Your little paper buckets are so cute!!! Very well done!

I am looking forward to welcoming you again at my little "Country cottage garden".

Annabelle said...

Everything is delightful and soo pretty.

Luv Annabelle

carolyn said...

Thankyou so much for your kind supportave message.

HollyDoodleDesigns said...

Oh. Love your blog. Adding you to my faves right now!

Melanie S said...

These are darling. How do you cut the paper around the bucket so it doesn't buckle? I never have luck with wrapping containers that are on an angle.

Thanks for the inspiration.