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Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Your Christmas Bird

Love Christmas? Check. Love embroidery? Check. Love natural linen? Check. Then you will love these adorable Christmas ornaments from little and big k's etsy store.

Creator Lisa Kingston recently purchase the natural linen from Thea & Sami and was kind enough to show me her wonderful creations when she was visiting the Young Designers Market last month. All the way from Hobart, Tasmania! Her whimsical drawings are adorable. I love the Christmas Rooster.












And of course the Christmas Dog and Cat.


And who says that a turtle can't be part of Christmas?

Speaking of ornaments, Anna Bartlett is looking for some crafty types to test-drive her screen-printed Angels softies kit.

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13 comments:

inkala images said...

Oh these are so cute Thea...such a sweet way to have your material used. Ingrid x

Kylie said...

These are so gorgeous! I LOVE your linen, Thea. I'm about to get started on printing it soon, I promise! Have a lovely day :) K

Unni Strand said...

They're really cute!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

HI Thea
Just popped over to say I love your fabric posted over at Beach Vintage. Very sweet and perfect for spring.

Kellie Collis said...

Oh that is gorgeous! x

Thea said...

Thank you for your comments. Kylie, I can't wait to see what you come up with!

Lisa said...

Thanks for the post Thea!- it was lovely to come up to Brissie and see your stall and all your creations too...

Leah said...

so cute, love the birdie!

Nikki Cardigan said...

These are so gorgeous. I love that they are not traditional Christmas animals.

Micah said...

This is a great post.. Very informative... I can see that you put a lot of hard work on your every post that's why I think I'd come here more often. Keep it up! By the way, you can also drop by my blogs. They're about Vegetable Gardening and Composting. I'm sure you'd find my blogs helpful too.

emma said...

Lovin' these - great site and love your recipes in the new Red Cross book!

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

They are so sweet! I've made a vow that this year, on the tree the only new ornaments will be handmade. Think I might need to add some of these to the collection!

Thea said...

Yes, I was thinking of getting some of these as stocking fillers too. And of course, I always try to give hand-made gifts.

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