Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Sachets

I said I wasn't going to whine anymore about the heat, but......WHINE...100 again today, and more of the same tomorrow.  Still, I started a few furniture pieces over the weekend when the temps were a bit cooler.  I just have to finish them off.  Till then, I'll show you a few more little creations.





It all started with the heat. Being cooped up inside, I started playing with my scrap material.  I made pillows, and now I'm making sachets.



I used some of the material I transferred the french book page onto.  At first I was going to make another pillow, but decided to cut the material into smaller pieces, and make lavender sachets.



I added one of my lace flowers to one, and a ribbon flower to the other.  They both have tiny pearls in the center.  I'll be making more of these, cause I have a lot more scraps.

The box they're in was another little creation.  It's an old box I glued a thick strip of lace ribbon to.  I went over the whole thing many, many, times with gesso and paint. It's hard as a rock, and makes for pretty little storage.



I'm getting ready for my show at Kane County the first weekend of August.  I didn't do it in June, or July.  So, I'm going to be pretty busy, but I'll share as much as I can.  For all my blogland buddies I exchanged emails with concerning my health, I do feel better, and promise I won't overdo it this week.  Love ya.

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29 comments:

  1. Sachets are very sweet and the box is wonderful. You have my permission to whine away at the heat. 104 in Nebraska today. More of that to come, weatherman says. Enough already!

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  2. I have to say the heat has me slowing to a crawl by today. I painted a board for a sign and that's it! You'll sell tons of those sachets! ~ Maureen

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  3. I don't know, that heat seems to be keeping you pumping out the projects. This is really adorable. Who wouldn't love that?
    Liz

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  4. Sorry to hear that your weather is still miserable. Ours is too. Very hot and humid! Love the sachets you made. I would love to have some grainsack sachets filled with lavendar!

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  5. Very pretty, Rosemary! I love the text printed on the sachets. Will you be bringing them with you to sell?

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  6. I know what you mean about the heat. I usually get up early to garden but overslept and all my plans were shot. The sachets are sweet.

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  7. Your lavender sachets are so sweet. Love the little embellishments.
    Mary Alice

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  8. Rosemary,
    Those are beautiful! If you are bringing those to kane they will be gone in a snap! Hope you are feeling alright.I did not realize you were under the weather.Keeping you in my prayers! Please,please be careful in this heat when you are at Kane.Thinking of you.
    xx
    Anne

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  9. These are just the sweetest creations Rosemary. I do hope you continue to take good care of yourself. The heat hasn't stopped your creativity, that's for sure. I hope this weekend is a huge success and it cools off for you.

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  10. I love lavender and your sachets are beautiful!

    xox

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  11. The sachets are great and I love that little box. Beautiful.

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  12. Love the sachets! I have actually been bringing furniture pieces inside to my craft room and painting because of the heat....Sure slows down our productivity! Oh, don't go to Google + no one will be able to comment unless they are in your "Circle" what ever that is???!!

    Carol

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  13. Really lovely little lavender bags Rosemary. The photographs really show their texture.

    As for the heat, it's only 99 days to Halloween. It'll get cool!

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  14. You just whine away. I'll be here whining with you. The heat is awful. Your sachets are just gorgeous.

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  15. Such sweet little projects! Glad you're staying out of the heat as much as possible and feeling better! Take care of yourself missy - don't make me come down there! LOL! Hugs, Leena

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  16. I am sorry you are suffering in the heat but I am loving all the fabric projects you are doing! Take care.

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  17. Thankfully, it's cooled down a bit where I live, but I dealt with the 100 degree weather last week. Sorry you're still dealing with it. I know how miserable it is, so whine away. I really like your cute sachets. That fabric is wonderful, and the sachets are beautiful with the embellishments.

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  18. Very pretty sachets!

    Victoria
    www.femininechicboutique.com

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  19. I love sachets, particularly lavender of course and sleep with one in the corner of my pillow. Such a princess! Lovely box idea as well... I received my beautiful wee bottle too...thanks so much! xo wendy

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  20. 100...yuck, I'd be right there having a whine fest with you Rosemary! That's the nice part about FL, the temp and humidity rises then we get those glorious thunderstorms to cool it down:)

    I love your sachets! I'll have to check in on your Etsy shop.

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  21. Cute sachets and you can whine all you want. It is just too hot this year.

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  22. Stay cool and keep working on your wonderful treasures! I think we are all whining with you!

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  23. Rosemary tried to find the "splindid blender' at hobby lobby looked in all depts and even had every dept look in their dept they never heard of it sooooo please tell me where in hobby lobby they are exactly thanks,m from a tired of searching friend, susan

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  24. Hi Rosemary! I just love your sachets and the little box. That lace looks familiar. ;) Got my order in the mail today. Thanks for the bonus! Missed you at the last flea market but it was so stinkin' hot it's probably a good thing you skipped that one. Hopefully August will be better.

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  25. Hi Rosemary, I hate to tell you this, but this heat wave has spawned some glorious little creations from you. Each one is more precious than the next. Live on in the A/C, you have to...but take those heat breaks every now and then, they seem to be good for you!

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  26. i'm grateful for that heat wave, because look what i made you do! any chance you would consider doing a tutorial telling how you printed that french text on that fabric and what kind of fabric you used? i would LOVE to do these....but not if you, like....have these for sale somewhere. anyway..they are absolutely wonderful. i love everything you do!

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  27. Really lovely project Rosemary! Love the fabric...so perfect for these gorgeous beauties! Angie xo

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  28. Lovely as always Rosemary. I'd love to see you back at Shabbilicious Friday :)

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