I love daisies too!They make me smile and remind me of making daisy cahins when I was a girl all those years ago....LoveLynxxx
Those felt daisies are so good. I love the old tablecloth and how it was made. What a treasure.
BEAUTIFUL embroidery!i love daisies, too. so much that i love the name, daisy.did you change your header? i love it!nicolahttp://whichname.blogspot.com
I love that tablecloth. Daisies are so fresh and uplifting.Cal :>
Hi Diane!Hope you've stopped laughing! :))I love your new banner!Your felt daisies are really gorgeus!..unfotunately I'm not good at creafting...but I can dust very well!Have a sunny weekend..it's still raining here :(
I love your felt daisys. Fancy showing us how to make them???????Pllllleeeeeaaaaaasssseeeeee!!
Hi, Thanks for your lovely comment. I've just been tagged with the 'unimportant 6 things' and half of mine were the same as yours so now I'm rethinking!Have a great week, x
what a lovely tablecloth and story to go with it. I guess daisy's brightened someone's day in that dark time. I love daisies. It amazes me that some people would rather not have them in their lawns! x
More evidence of your great talents!Those felt daisies are so pretty.Love the old tablecloth.Hope you're enjoying the sun.Lisa x
ps Love the new header photo!
Great Diane, must have taken you ages to complete that embroiderie and in such a dark and dingey place!!!!!!!!! HA HA just kidding! lovin your daisies. Your new header is good we took pics of heartshaped pebbles yesterday but i can't find it now. doh !
Hi Diane, I love daisies too; they are such a homey flower. How do you know that the tablecloth was embroidered in an air raid shelter? Is it a family heirloom? You new project is off to a lovely start, please post the finished item.
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