Friday, 18 December 2009

Good enough for royalty

The list is not shrinking, instead it is, well, morphing I guess.

Some things that were on the list no are longer, some things that never were there have been made; some things that were on there still are.

Case in point, these crowns.

Once saw them I knew there was no way I could not make them.
The tutorial on Juicy Bits makes it easy, the hardest part is choosing the colours.

The felt came from the Steiner store in Kew - lovely wool stuff of course in the most gorgeous colours.
Sparkly buttons from an old pair of PJ's spotty ones from Spotlight.
That's three more gifts ready to be wrapped.

13 comments:

Andrea said...

Oh I love them Karen, you are a great example of a handmade Christmas!

Kate said...

Those little crowns are gorgeous! I love the colours you've used and those flowers are fabulous. I know what you mean about morphing lists too.

Carolyn said...

i think my kids would love a few of those (or 1 each which makes 4) yours are just geogeous!!

Charity said...

Karen, these are sooo sweet! :o)

Emily said...

The crowns are just gorgeous!

Beetlehouse Designs said...

Just gorgeous Karen.

Juni said...

Karen, those crowns are divine! I adore the flowers on the backs - just beautiful. I've had these on my to-do list.. must get motivated now!

naomi said...

These will be treasured for years. Your kids are so lucky!

Miss Prudence said...

Wow Karen, you have created so many beautiful things in felt this year! And fabric too! Such treasures.

Leahdis said...

Great job Karen! Im sure they will be much loved! Those colours are so yummy together.

Ruby Girl said...

What a great idea, and the colours look amazing together.

gina said...

What adorable crowns and those dresses from the previous post are BEAUTIFUL!!

Cascade Lily said...

Oh very cute indeed! The girls must love them :)