Everything Takes Inordinate Time…

…I am not complaining.  The things that are labor-intensive and love-intensive just take a lot of time.   Here are three photos that show a Rhapsody Rose Corsage Pin: out of the package, in the package (pardon the glare off the plastic card “sleeve”), and a close-up detail of the little bow I fashioned from some of my hand-spun yarn that embellishes each package.   I hope they convey some of the energy and vitality of hardy spring flowers — some that are now blooming and others just peeking up through the earth in my garden — even though as I write this, it’s actually snowing.  Can a flower be described as “fearless”?  How much healing and optimism can be offered up in a small labor of love?  I hope my work makes you smile.

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Published in: on March 30, 2011 at 8:14 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. The result of the hard work is beautiful! Nora loves her Wooly Bliss present & note card. I plan to frame all of my Wooly Bliss note cards, and I asked her if I can also frame hers for her. They’re totally tiny works of art, and should be proudly displayed! The texture, shapes & colors could inspire a series of acrylic & oil paintings!!


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