Monday, November 29, 2010

Her Heart - and another!

I made a couple more heart hangers over the weekend! I'm definitely addicted -for the moment anyway!

'' Hers'
This one is made of a rusted piece of embroidered linen. I added a little more embroidery, a chiffon rose and some beads I found in my stash that look a little like seed pods or shells of some sort.



Jacobean Heart

The Jacobean Heart is made from an old printed serviette that my SIL gifted me earlier in the year (they had been left in a cupboard in a house she bought!) I added running stitch embroidery, a piece of whitework with some french knots, a Tim Holtz bird stamp and some lovely mother of pearl buttons. The back is plain white; cut from the same serviette.

If I get time today, I hope to add them to my etsy store which has been sitting unused for a while!

11 comments:

Joei Rhode Island said...

Your little hearts are lovely Sandi...but I really like this one.

suziqu's thread works said...

These hearts are gorgeous with all the different techniques you have used.

Quilters Cottage Norfolk said...

Hello Sandi,
The hearts are beautiful and so creative.
Thank you for sharing.
Best wishes,
Jane C

Lenna Young Andrews said...

your hearts are beautiful sandi, i love them!!

super mario tidings said...

You mad crazy gypsy airbrain Jaguar driving lover of life.(said With LOVE)...thanks for your visit. you are inspirational and keep following your dreams. I love the hearts ..cant wait to see what you do with the Zimbabwe batik.-love Sandie

Ático said...

These creations are very beautiful!
I like it!
Kisses from Barcelona, Spain!

Liz Curtin said...

Love all your hearts. So pretty.

Jules Woolford said...

This is my favourite so far.xxx

donna said...

Wonderful Hearts!

Connie said...

Love your hearts!

Catherine V. Bainbridge said...

Hi Sandi,
Hey what are you up to. Haven't heard from you in a while now. Hope you had a good Christmas and, by the way, Happy New Year!

Love this top heart. The seeds are seeds. They come from a grass. Here they call them San Juan's tears (or something like that!)

Anyway, hope you're well.
Hugs Catherine

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