So colourful! They are gorgeous :)
They're lovely! The red one on Moo is my fav. ^-^
so pretty! Love the first one!
Wow. If this is what you can do with scraps.. You must do amazing things with new fabric!
I went to a creative writing class the other day and the instructor had on the loveliest fabric flower ring ever. I've been looking all over for them. Maybe you could make some.
I vote for just decorating Moo! :}
love them! you could use them in broochesHow did you curl the petals?
Fantastically creative use of scraps! Moo seems quite used to bits of fabric on her bod...maybe it's happened before?
The flowers are super cute and I used to have a cat named moo... clever.
I'm in love with Moo ^^
WOW! they look so pretty. how did you make them???
They are lovely! Keep decorate Moo!
I came across your blog through Cup of Jo and it is my new favorite thing in the world. Your art/photographs/videos/projects are so inspiring!p.s. Moo is so cute I almost want to print out a picture of him for my fridge.
haha that's so cute!
how did you make then?
Where do you come up with all these creative ideas? I love this one so much I'll probably try making some of my own at some point.PS. The flower in the second picture is my favourite!
What lovely little flowers!
aww, they're so cute! I'm looking forward to finding out what you've decided to do with them.
Cool pics, what kind of camera do you use ?
or....sell them on etsy! they would be the perfect embelleshment for a little firls dress!!
hi katie, HOW, i mean... HOOOOWWWW do you make the color in your photos so vibrant like that?i am new to photography, and esp when there is dim lighting, everything is orange!i LOVE the picture of ur brother. the green makes me sooo happy. you bring joy to my life!
I don't think you realize how beautiful your blog really is. I have been reading it for about two months and it instantly cheers me up. I once took hours just to back track and read your previous posts. You have inspired my friends and I to have art days. Now we paint, sew, draw, or just paint eachother! Thank you. You are inspiring.
I had a cat that looked a little like Moo. We named him Bovi because his markings looked cow-like or bovine. I have a photo of him on my blog http://erinjoi.blogspot.com/2009/02/02-04-09.html Do you know if this type of marking is a breed or just a good mix?Erin-Joi
Boy- you are so talented! These are just lovely!They would make fantastic pins!:)
They would make lovely brooches.Or sewn onto a headband would be cute.As for decorating a cat. Well I don't think he looks too impressed!
They are so cheery and cute! They will look great whatever you decide on.
PINS PINS PINS PINS PINS!They're so pretty! Can I have one? :)
ooh how do you do this!?love your blog!!
Happiness! Moo looks oh-so-glam.
Leave it on Moo! :D I love your cat btw. He looks so furry!
Cute! I might have to try this!
i just bought a kit to make flowers with! i made quite a few of them and im going to take them to a local nursing home :)
Since you have plenty of those flowers, why not use it for everything? Hahah.
I spent the entire day yesterday visiting your blog, and smiled the entire time! You and your work sparkle with positivity and creativeness and it's very contagious! I have been going through a creative block for a few years now, and you and your work has motivated me to look at things in life a little differently! Just what I needed to get out of my rut! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!
These are amazing! I too have so enjoyed your blog - I've actually given you a little award: http://bit.ly/13lcn5 for being just so lovely.So inspired by what you do - keep it up!
So lovely. I think they would look great in your hair!
Oooo.... I'd love it if you created a tutorial for this.Pleeeeease!!!!!!!
Moo is definitely beautiful! (:
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