Thursday, March 18, 2010

Mrs. Hyacint...




I´ve had my first go at making flowers. I bought a punch very useful for making hyacints. The pitcher with the 3 hyacints is a small gift for a dear co-worker who have been sick for a while. Funny thing is that her husband makes miniature trains and landscapes 1:12...! I would love to see his work one day.
Did you actually spot an angel on a heathen blog? Oh yeah... and it´s also a gift. For Susanne schyyyy....but don´t tell her, she don´t know yet ;0)
Off to work...bye!

14 comments:

  1. Annie,It´s looking SO great, the eggs, the little basket, the eggs, the hyacints! And the angel is for me?? Wauw! Thanks!
    Love, Sus.

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  2. Annie, your flowers are very pretty! I love your table with all the little things.

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  3. Ohh..it is beautiful!!!
    More spring feeling!!!
    You really capture that typical shabby Danish garden style I have only seen in glossy magazines!!!
    Thank you for sharing, it made me happy :)
    Synnøve :)

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  4. Very nice Annie - I'm still afraid to try flowers... so many little pieces!

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  5. It's a lovely spring feeling you created, the hyacints are beautiful!
    Yeeej for Susanne ;-)she gets a sweet angel!

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  6. Eiiii Susanne... you were not supposed to know about the angel ;0)

    Thanks to all of you for your nice comments :0) I´m glad my flower arrangement made you happy Synnøve...

    Norma.. making hyacints are far more easy than I imagined. You could easily make pretty flowers...

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  7. ..I´m "sorry" that I found out, Annie,and I am a little worried about the pope, or is it just a picture of a man called Paul?
    ;-0)

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  8. Very springish on your table! Beautiful flowers!Great angel!

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  9. @Susanne...No need to worry about Paul. I´ll treat him respectfully ;0)

    @The Old Maid... Thanks...winter here in Denmark has been long and cold, so I brought a bit of spring into my life by making flowers.

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  10. What a lovely job you've made of your flowers - I haven't made any yet. Like Norma, they scare me a bit! I like the way you've displayed all the pieces and I'm looking for an amillary for my Tenement. It's good to know that mini ones are out there.

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  11. What a beautiful display you have made. I feel spring coming and you really got your fingers working with those flowers. Didn't you talk about a orchid kit once? :-)

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  12. @Irene...I had to look up amillary... and of course you´ll need one for Tenement :0) Mine is one of the first miniatures I bought more than 20 years ago. And as I told Norma, there is no need af beeing scared about flowermaking. Material price is low so you can mess up a lot without getting ruined ;0)

    @Reiko...Thank you :0) The punch I used for the hyacints was originally bought for making orchids, but it is too small for that purpose. I find it a bit of a problem to find suited punches in Denmark.

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  13. Annie, beautiful flowers! Feels like spring will come in Denmark too (and it will, but it takes a little longer).

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  14. I missed this post! I love the flowers you made! The jug (pitcher) is lovely too! What a lovely array of little wonders! ;o))

    Michelle xxx

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