There is a slight reflection but you can see the colour, it is called platinum and reminds me of a blue rinse ladies of a certain age had years ago. It will probably need a couple of coats. We are now looking at the options for the floor but this won't be done until we complete the utility so that the two rooms can be done together.
I am almost out of blank cards/notelets so I sat yesterday and made a few. I do need to put some time aside and restock the card drawer, there are a lot of Birthdays coming up.
Simple but effective, perfect for those I thought of you moments. Definitely simple but still filled with love.
Finally a start had been made on Hectors quilt, progress is slow but at least progress is been made.
Another project filled with love. What are you working on?
I have so many starts at the moment but not a lot of finish's. As always thank you for your support and lovely comments they are always appreciated.
See you soon.
I love those blank cards and notelets. So pretty! Your patchwork designs are so pretty too!ReplyDelete
What pretty cards and a good idea to have in the drawer. I love how Hector’s quilt is looking, can’t wait to see it put together. I have a few things on the go and a book for of lists of want to makes too xxReplyDelete
Lovely cards and patchwork !ReplyDelete
Have a fun with the paint in your kitchen !
Isn't it amazing what a coat of new paint can do. You are such a talented card maker, much prettier than what you see in the stores.ReplyDelete
Some little boy is going to getting wonderful quilt.
Its nice to start decorating isn't it, stamping your mark on the place.ReplyDelete
Great cards and patchwork too. Like the colour you have chosen for your kitchen:)ReplyDelete
Love the grey. Much to my surprise I am very much into greys and beiges for home decor at the moment.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and Hector's quilt looks like it is going to be stunning.
Your cards are lovely. You have so much energy. Is it the sea air or just your natural temperament?ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see the finished room.
That color looks very nice and fresh. Your card-making is lovely. Stamping the fabric for the quilt is a lovely idea.ReplyDelete
I really like that color. It's similar to the color Mandy and Brad painted their new house. It's so clean and warm looking.ReplyDelete
The cards certainly don't look simple to me. Such a lot of love and talent put into each of them. My goodness! You even have a stamp for your name on the back! I love it.
And the quilt is looking wonderful. I remember when our grandson Caleb was so into "Cars". Actually, he still likes the movies.
Have a lovely day my friend.
So impressive that you make your own beautiful cards! They really turned out lovely. Like you I have many starts and little finishes.ReplyDelete
Gosh you are doing well! Some lovely projects underway and beautiful cards. It will be lovely to get your kitchen painted, the colour looks interesting, I look forward to seeing it completed.ReplyDelete
my, you certainly have been busy!ReplyDelete
What a busy bee you are! Your quilt is going to be wonderful. My kitchen is a silvery grey but in some lights it looks like your paint, you'll be pleased when it's done no doubt.ReplyDelete
The best way to make a quilt is start one I say. Well done you. You can always add a bit here and there. We have been doing a bit of kitchen work too. It felt like January was a good time for it when we can't get out to do garden jobs. Great minds think alike. Jo xxxReplyDelete
You do have a lot of things in process at once! It makes me crazy to have too many projects going at once but I think it's typical of creative people. One by one, they will get done! Don't fret.ReplyDelete
Fresh paint makes such a difference. I like your color, but had to laugh when you mentioned the blue rinse color. My Nanny used that and I always thought it strange. I hope you share your finished quilt. Someones going to be happy with it! ♥ReplyDelete
Painting is such an efficient way to make a difference in a room.ReplyDelete
Your newly made cards are so cute. I love the flowers.
Lots of creativity going on there - love the new paint color. Gray is so popular right now - both my daughter and my son have painted all their walls gray with white trim and it really does look nice. It goes with everything. Your cards are very sweet and the little quilt is wonderful. Being stuck inside in winter does bring out the creative spirit sometimes! Looking forward to seeing the results. xx KarenReplyDelete
Your cards are beautiful! I love all your fabrics. They are really bright and cheery.ReplyDelete
Nice color on your walls. I should do more of my photography cards this year. I usually wait til I almost need one when I make it. Sigh! thanks for the inspiration. I need to start on my oldest granddaughter's quilt. I've not got anything cut out yet. Do you want to come help? :-} Take care my friend across the miles!ReplyDelete
That cards are really super cool. love it.ReplyDelete
You'll be busy with all your new starts but it's good to have plenty of things on the go, it's nice to be busy. I love the colour you've chosen for your kitchen.ReplyDelete
When I start to paint the kitchen that’s exactly what I do - start. Then I leave it for a few days, do a little more, leave it again - and so on. Drives my wife crazy!ReplyDelete
all the way over here that looks purply to me...that is the color of our bathrooms. Any new paint is a fun good thing because you're looking at something different!! love seeing your new crafts.ReplyDelete
You reminded me I have doors to paint, and it's too cold here yet to do that. In the meantime I have lots to create. I'll have a post up soon I hope.ReplyDelete
Lots of great things happening for you! I saw your comment about the ferries, I hope that all will be OK for you and that you can get off the island again soon if you need to.ReplyDelete
Interessantes trabalhos e muito coloridos. Feliz fim de semana.ReplyDelete
Lots of wonderful starts. Your kitchen is going to be lovely with that color.ReplyDelete
Gosh you are mega busy. Good luck with the kitchenReplyDelete
I have a knit baby blanket started that I work on here and there. I'm loving the quilt. It looks like a fun project.ReplyDelete
I think grey walls look so pretty in northern light. Hector's quilt is going to be so cute. I have so many unfinished projects. My unvoiced resolution this year is FINISH STUFF.ReplyDelete
Oh dear!! How could you so many together? You are amazing...ReplyDelete