A little later today than planned, but here is....
Simply Neutrals number 26!!
For this week I'm choosing a golden oldie from my archives.
It is one of my earliest collages.
Such a sweet little girl, don't you think?
I'm still busy with cleaning up my pinterest boards, so I can't share the link to this vintage photo yet. But I did notice that the link to the corresponding blog is not working anymore. I hope I can share the photo of the girl later with you.
Features of last party
YOU MAY PIN THE PHOTOS OF MY WORK, WHICH ARE SHOWN ABOVE, BUT PLEASE DON'T PIN THE PHOTOS SHOWN BELOW FROM MY BLOG. GO TO THE BLOGS OF THESE WONDERFUL ARTISTS IN STEAD AND PIN FROM THERE.
Links are provided with the photos.
First feature is a stunning collage by Dorthe of Den Lille Lade.
I loved the little tumbnail photo she added to the party link up, but when I opened the link and saw this...
Oh my!! So gorgeous!!
Sweet friend, you have once again made me speechless.
And here is the mentioned beautiful detail...
Next feature is some gorgeous work by Nancy of Sugar Lump Studios.
Dear Nancy, you made it really hard for me to choose which of the gorgeous items to share today! The blog post was just overflowing with gorgeousness :)
I ended up choosing these gorgeous cards and notebooks.
But if you haven't seen the rest of her post yet, then be sure to visit it now, HERE.
Then there is another gorgeous feature, by Karen of Roosterhead Designs.
She made this gorgeous bag with pleats and frays, yummy!
Here is a close up of some of the beautiful details...
Gorgeous work, sweetie!
And I know these three sweet ladies already have this "I'm featured" button,
but there you go, here it is:
On to this week's party!!
SIMPLY NEUTRALS #26
THIS WILL BE THE LAST PARTY BEFORE THE SUMMER BREAK.
THERE WILL BE NO PARTIES IN JULY.
Next party will start on the 9th of August.
What neutral coloured beauty did you find or make or buy or receive?
Post anything in neutral colours,
be it cream, white, grey, beige, silver and/or brown.
A creation you made or received, home decoration, a statue or architecture, or anything out there that you were allowed to take a photo of.