Friday, 12 April 2013

Tassel Twins & Thrift

Peach & Coral
West German Pottery with Dahlia's
Emerald & Teal
Soholm, Denmark & Raku Studioware, UK.


I really enjoy making tassels, especially when it's an order and the customer has chosen the colours!
I really enjoy the styling bit too ...I go through my home and choose what I think works!
I love buying fresh flowers and I'm a total Dahlia devotee!

I think thrifting and tassels go hand in hand cause I need to thrift to style my shots and I need to make tassels to style with my thrift finds!  ....that makes sense?

Well Monday will be a big day and I'm busy tying up loose ends, delivering orders that happen to be near some nice thrift stores!...lucky me!

Pippa




Sharing over at Lou's!


23 comments:

  1. It's an A+ from me for your stylin, tassels and flower arranging Pippa x

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  2. You do it so well, Pippa. So lovely visiting here and seeing your beautiful work :) Kx

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    1. So nice of you to say Kylie, thanks xx

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  3. Loving your styling, that apricot colour is amazing! :) x

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    1. Thanks :)
      The colour is my favourite!

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  4. These colours are amazing, I've started using coral and aqua in my work recently, and I love the combination!!

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    1. Great will pop over to see!
      :)

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  5. ive got a thing for twins....don't we all?!...oh just me?....awkward!! x

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    1. LOL...does Nic know what a cheeky Lass you are?

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  6. I believe your tassels looked best paired with some MC ceramics and some teak. Ties it all together and helps people imagine having tassels in their own home. I really love that first vase. The glaze ... how it drips. Sigh.

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  7. Oh, sooo lovely, Pippa, like always!! You're so good at the styling bit too, you always find such a good pottery match for your beautiful crafts:-)

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    1. Thanks Tove! ..now I need to turn it into a full time job!

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  8. hello,

    thats lovely. I like the colors very match.

    greatings send you Conny

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    1. Hi Conny, pleased to meet you and thanks! :)

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  9. YUM! All so peachy and delicious... xx

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  10. Love dahlias, love your pottery collection (feeling a bit envious actually)...

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  11. gorgeous! love the color grandients in the tassles and flowers.

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