I don't know what possessed me to take on this project at this time of year.. determined to finish something I started a while ago I guess. A bit of a change from all the Christmas things we are flooded with at the moment.
Sorry for my absence from blog land and this neglected blog. Etsy has kept me busy over the last few months, in a good way.
Hope things are going well for you wherever you are!
The boats look lovely!AriadnefromGreece!ReplyDelete
thanks Ariadne! (:Delete
This is so charming. Good to see you back. I've missed your posts.ReplyDelete
thanks for the lovely welcome back. xDelete
They are and your boats are lovely. Glad etsy is booming at this time for you.ReplyDelete
Have a great Christmas Cheryl.
you too Carolyn. Hope to do another post before christmas.Delete
thanks kerrie (:Delete
they look fabulous!!!ReplyDelete
Cheryl, these are soooo awesome! I adore them, the fabric you've used especially. So gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a beautiful Christmas and you spoil that Bella! haha
Admiring your determination. They're gorgeous! xReplyDelete
Wonderful ships, Captain! :D Lovely work; glad to see you back and postin'.ReplyDelete
Although it is Christmas, I am already thinking of ideas for the New Year. I might have to look for some driftwood to make a sailboat or two.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the inspiration.
These are lovely. I have several boxes of driftwood I've collected over the years so you have inspired me to do something creative with it. Also love your driftwood Xmas tree I saw on your Etsy site.ReplyDelete
Veery lovely boats!!! Driftwooyd is my favorite material! Come to see my blog if you want!!ReplyDelete
I love those boats!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love these!!! :DReplyDelete
It looks lovely and it makes me long for summer days... I couldn't even see the sea from the road as usual today because it was wrapped in fog.ReplyDelete
So lovely things ♥ Hugs from Maria in SwedenReplyDelete