Tuesday, March 3, 2009

SEPIA PILLOWS

AT THE FLEA MARKET THIS PAST WEEK-END, I FOUND THESE GORGEOUS SEPIA PRINTS AND JUST HAD TO HAVE THEM. SO YESTERDAY, I PRINTED THE PRINTS ONTO FABRIC AND ADDED THEM TO SOME PILLOWS THAT I HAD MADE SOME TIME AGO. CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE MORE SO I'M OFF TO THE FABRIC STORE TO HUNT FOR SOME BARGAIN FABRIC THAT WILL BE JUST RIGHT!

































































11 comments:

sepiadreams said...

Beautiful Pillows!!! What a great idea!!! Are you planning on making a few extra to sell? Hope so....Love..Tiina...

TAPESTRIESOFNATURE said...

THANKS FOR THE LOVELY COMMENT. YES, THESE WILL BE FOR SALE. I SELL A LOT OF PILLOWS IN MY SHOP AND WILL SELL TO ANYONE WHO WANTS ONE. ANYONE CAN E-MAIL ME FOR DETAILS.

The Victorian Parlor said...

Oh my gosh those are gorgeous! Do you sell them?

The Victorian Parlor said...

Oops, silly me-I just saw you response that you will be selling them:)

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Moare than delicious! You have an eye for beauty...thats for sure.
I love them all.

janice said...

SIMPLY GORGEOUS!!!

Anita said...

WOW JUDY- talk about wasting no time in getting these done. Kudos to you. I can't believe you got all that done yesterday...I JUST unpacked the van!

I really enjoyed meeting you and love love love your stuff..and thanks for your purchases. Now that the first market is over and I have a little cash, i am ready to go!

Vintage Kitten said...

Beautiful!

The Pink Bird House said...

Hi, and I am glad that I found your blog. It was so nice to see that you had dropped by mine for a visit and left comment so that I knew you had been there!
What gorgous sepia prints and I just love how you worked the prints into pillows! Wow, very creative and lovely work. I will stop by again and see what else you have been creating.

p.s. my father was from IL and lived in a little town called St.Elmo. We used to visit IL every summer so we could see family there, and I used to LOVE those trips!!

funkymonkey said...

I've just caught up with your last two posts - beautiful.

Tracey

The Rustic Victorian said...

wowee,,,,so beyond yummie!