Wednesday, April 25, 2012

new items in the shop today


I have a few new pieces that I've added to my shop this morning.

This needlefelted wool scene has been fitted into a piece of oak from my woods.  I love the dark band in the grain of the wood.

For grins, here's an extreme close up.


The actual scene is only 1 1/4" across.

There is also this peaceful meadow scene surrounded by a pretty piece of chokecherry wood.


A small moss garden necklace, strung on leather cord.


This is also fitted into a piece of chokecherry.  I love the grain in this piece.


There will also be a limited number of custom-made embroidered stones and perhaps a completed stone or two if the weather cooperates and gives me light to photograph by.  After yesterday's gorrrgeous weather, I am not complaining about a little rain today.

If you'd like, please stop by my shop

Sorry about the short notice, I normally like to announce shop updates beforehand, but today is one of those unplanned kind of days.

Have a great day, everyone.

8 comments:

Apryl said...

Beautiful...

A Deegan said...

:)
Alison

Jacqui Wise said...

These are REALLY beautiful. I also loved reading the comments about your stones with the holes. Keep us updated if you get any more information. How lovely to think they may have belonged to someone. I studied archaeology for a while and I'm fascinated by finds. I'm always stopping and picking things up. I drive my kids (and hubby) crazy but I find it so exciting!

HGK said...

Lovely, as always :)

I really like the way you create a perfect little scene with wool. I've tried needle felting once or twice and it seems magical to me, the way you get this much detail in!

Beat wishes.
hetkabinet.blogspot.com

Els said...

Lovely little landscapes !
(ha, and sold out already !!)

Becky Utecht said...

I love those! Great idea mixing the felt and wood.

Birgit said...

:))) Dear Lisa, today I am a lucky girl! I really managed not beeing too late when coming to your shop! Now I am thinking about how my personal embroidered stone should look like whilst going to bed... and I am sure there will be nice dreams! Hopefully I am able to sleep at least a bit! ;)))
Love, Birgit

arounna said...

beautiful work lisa
love the combination of the felt and the wood

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