Saturday, June 2, 2012

The finshed result

Well, I have finshed up the little projects I showed you last post.  I think I may have over-hyped the project!  The little snaps I collaged were actually not part of a single rug.  They are little hooked mini-pillows filled with dried lavendar buds.


A local business downtown (owned by my friend Stephanie) had offered to sell some in her Boutique.  So I gave her a few a while back, thinking she was just being polite and never expecting them to sell.  Well, who would have guessed it but she sold some!!

And then......asked for more.......YIPPEE!   So yesterday I delivered some more and re-filled her little display.


So, the next time you are in Downtown Amherst, stop into to Flow Lifestyle Boutique and grab one (or two).  :)

Now that those are finished I am wondering - What is my next project?

15 comments:

  1. These are adorable! I'm not surprised that they sold so well. The colors are soft and sweet - as are the designs.

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  2. That is totally awesome! They are so cute and I bet they smell amazing too. :)

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  3. They are so pretty and they looks so nice. I know how much I love mine. Well good luck on a new project. :)

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  4. Kim ~
    They are so sweet and I just love the smell of lavendar.
    May you sell many to help support your habit.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  5. Ahhh! I love them. I was just thinking of doing some small heart shaped ones. Not filled with lavender...that's inspired, but just with all my snippets. A co-worker is going to sell my yarn and I want to put some little hooked hearts in there too. Your pillows are wonderful! I'm not surprised they sold at all! They are beautiful!
    Hugs,
    Courtney

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  6. I can see why they sold. I think everyone appreciates the time and talent that goes into hand made things. Nice job!!

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  7. Good for you Kim to have a market for your hooked wares. You are on your way to success. They make nice little keepsakes. You should make some for the tourism trade for your beautiful city. Just think, they make nice souvenirs or appreciation gifts and smell so nice too.

    Hugs. JB

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  8. I forgot to mentioned how cute they are. JB

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  9. Kim
    That's just great! They are sweet and really make such a nice gift. I know I prefer handmade!

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  10. I want some, but I am not going to be in Amherst soon...and Toronto wasn't any closer last weekend!

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  11. Those are absolutely precious Miss Kim! And I love how they're displayed. Who could resist??? :o) Robin

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  12. Stephanie MoreauJune 19, 2012 at 1:27 PM

    Awww...I just love having them here at flow...they are so nice!!! Thank You Kim!!!

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