March 10, 2009

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I've been working on my mobile for the mobile swap I'm signed up for...,

using the embroidered letter idea again really appealed to me, and this time there are four miniature ones addressed to the seasons.

There are some leaves to be embroidered ready to add into the mix too, the problem I have now is to sort out the actual construction of the mobile, not having made one before!

I'd quite like to just string them all in a row, but need to think about how, and with what, any mobile making tips would be greatly appreciated! 

22 comments:

Casey said...

love the little envelopes!! they are adorable. I have no tips for you though, I'm sure whatever you come up with will look great

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Hi, I really love these cute little envelopes - what a perfect idea!

Happy stitching!
Carolyn :o)
LOVE STITCHING RED

Dolci Fusa said...

So funny!
Veronica

Kelly said...

I knew these envelopes were too cute to just be confined to Valentine's Day.
Very cute, well done!

willywagtail said...

Absolutely gorgeous idea. I can't help you with any ideas, my brain is sleeping today. Can't wait to see what you come up with though. Cherrie

x vInTaGe VioLeT x said...

really cute!
looking forward to seeing the finished result.

Whosies said...

that is too cute. maybe a big fat chunky ribbon down the center in the back. maybe the bottom one open or a letter peaking out...

Whosies said...

oh, just had another idea. what if the envelopes were at the top and they had news/letters dangling from them.

sara said...

Please remember that I am not properly awake yet but I thought that you were talking about a mobile phone. I couldn't work out why you were making letters and how you were going to turn them into a phone. I think that I may go back to bed and try again.

silvia said...

wow, that beautiful envelopes ^_^well done and "complimenti" from tuscany ^_^

Kaye at Kaye's Kreative Korner said...

You have the cutest ideas! I love your blog! Very inspiring for me to get out my needle and thread and get crackin'!!!!! Thank You!

Helena said...

How about stringing them in a row with the 'beak' of the envelope holding over the string? (Like little owls!)

AnnieB said...

love these - super cute...no brilliant ideas for mobilising them though, sorry...bet you'll come up wuth something fab

david santos said...

This work is Art! You are Master!
Brilliant posting. Have a nice day!!!!

urban craft said...

I don't have any ideas for you but I think these are just beautiful. You are very inspirational. I want a tiny envelope mobile. Great job! Thanks again!

Flitiga fingrar said...

Wow they are beautiful and I like it. Yours blog is a great blog. Lot of inspriation.

Suzanna said...

I love the little envelopes.

smileybella said...

Totally agree with you on the colour red thing - it just gives such a stunning oomph to a room. Interesting that it took me until I was in my late 30s to get hooked on it.

And love your gorgeous crafts!

kookie said...

I just adore these!! My daughter would love these for her little house and mailbox, she leaves notes for the fairies and what fairy wouldn't love these little cuties!!

Joanne
http://thinkkookie.blogspot.com

Kim G. said...

Love these sweet little letters addressed to the seasons!

Ana Jordán Davia said...

Hola:
Me encantan las cosas que haces de vez en cuando me paso por aquí y hoy he decidido saludarte y felicitarte por tus trabajos son preciosos.
Saludos desde Madrid, España.
Ana del Badulake.

amesh said...

lovely! am featuring you on my blog, hope you don't mind :)