Thursday, May 20, 2010

Flowers...flowers....flowers

This is from a free flyer I got at Michaels by Sugar and Cream. It is actually a crochet dishcloth. However, I put two back to back and added a loop at the top to make a potholder. I reversed the colors and made a second one. It is lime green and bright pink. This floral arrangement was made early early this a.m. I have difficulty sleeping sometimes and am up early (like this morning). I visited Michaels this week (actually went to see my sister who works there) and spent $95...oh my!!!! Bought the basket with the pretty rot iron handle in the middle and all the florals were purchased there also. In my niche
I made this arrangement for our Family Reunion that we had on April 10th.
So, this is my 100th post, wanted it to be really special...but it is what it is....Sorry I haven't posted in a while...maybe I can find new things and subjects to post more frequently...missed you guys!!!!

16 comments:

  1. WOO HOO ! ! ! ! I just love Michael's Flowers!! I always check out the sale area & almost always bring home something!!
    Love your arrangements & your crochet is great.....
    Happy 100th!!
    Love,
    Marilyn
    xxoo

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  2. i love your crochet flowers...the pink and green are splendid together!

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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  3. Your crochet is so colourful and pretty! Suzie xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful! I clicked on the second photo to see an close-up view of those pink flowers, they are so unusual. Luv'em! -Love the pot holders too! Happy to see ya post, it has been awhile.

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  5. and I have missed your posts.
    :o} paula

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  6. I love the potholders and the colors too.

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  7. I THOUGHT I HAD LOST YOU!!!! So happy to have found my friend again.

    Lovely potholders -- love the color.

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