Friday, October 30, 2009

New Christmas ornaments





























I am did a few presents for my dear friends who celebrate Christmas.The pincushion come with a cardboard boxes under them.
I am glued the old music papers on the cardboard rings from two sides
and glued the cardboard circles for the base. The pincushions done from
the velvet with old lase, beads and SRE.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

just beautiful Ira! great work! love the CQ SRE!
Lori Kinney

SH Sue said...

Ira - your work is simply stunning.

gocrazywithme said...

Ira, these are all so pretty! Well done!

Wilma said...

Lovely work Ira, I am sure your friends will be very pleased with their presents!

Karen said...

I love this idea!! So creative and beautiful!

Judi said...

The ornaments are Beautiful! The lace, the button, all put together so nicely. I Love them! You have some lucky friend too :)

HElen said...

Those are beautiful!

Suella said...

I've just found your blog and love your boxes with the music paper. What fun. So attractive and can be used, and given whenever appropriate throughout the year. It woud be interesting to find out where you got your boxes.

Pat said...

I tried several times to leave you a beautiful compliment on your work. I too enjoy flea market things. I also use doilies, laces, ribbons, bottons, and whatever else I enjoy using from used clothing, etc. My sister crochets doilies, etc., and I do very little. I mainly do quilts. Well, anyway. I tried to post this on your comments, but was unable to for whatever reason.

Pat said...

Your pin cushions and ribbon roses, etc. are all very beautiful. Nice work in the crocheting. Your work is so nice, Ira. I enjoy your post and will be coming back again. I think it's great!

cq4fun said...

Wonderful. Anyone who got one had to be thrilled.

veena krishnakumar said...

this is sooooooooooo beautiful!!!!!!!!!!

Wanda -Maria Roszak said...

I love heart !!! and your work is Beautiful !,
hugz,

Anonymous said...

I have just found your wonderful blog. Your work it beautiful. I have only done a little bit of crazy stitching and can't wait to do more. Your ideas are great. When I saw your white crazy heart it gave me an idea to use the left over fabric from my daughters (2)and 1 dil wedding dresses. I can't wait to start them. I have bookmarked you blog and will return often.

Christine in London, Ontario, Canada