Wednesday, 15 June 2011

baby love altered tin


Thought I would alter another sardine tin. This one features a lovely Scrollswork winged baby image..I have diecut a little envelope which contains a little message held on with a silver peg and the word Love. Paper and crochet flowers with fake pearls finish this little tin off...dont forget to check out the huge closing down scrollswork sale which is still on with 60% off click here.
The theme over at the Twinkle Twinkle summer of colour blog is blue this week so be sure to check out the other entries click here.

I have had some great bike rides this week..Monday I had a ride in the wind along part of the Wirral coastline by fort perch lighthouse where I watched the windsurfers.

Beautiful blue wildflowers I think they are harebells in pickerings pasture...



Yesterday I had a 19 mile bike ride to spike island next to the mersey estuary...it was such a lovely day with hot sun unlike today when my sons sports day had to be cancelled half an hour into it with a torrential downpour!

10 comments:

artistamyjo said...

Love the tin and totally envy the bike ride !
Hugs, Amy

Kristin said...

Downpour! And it is a heatwave here in California! First of all, I am SO HAPPY you are joining in! I'm thrilled I get to see your beautiful work through The Sumer of Color, and your blue piece is just wonderful - I love your altered tin, the little boy and the little note - just wonderful. Thank you for sharing this with us, Kristin xo

Nan said...

Such a pretty little shrine...really like the little crochet piece. :) Nan

Sid said...

Fab tin Lorraine !!

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Good for you on that long bike about, we have some white swans here too, they are so big, especially when the hang out on the side of the road! xox Corrine

Ella said...

YOUR tin is adorable; I so want to ride my bike now :D

Lynn Stevens said...

such a darling tin!
and beautiful photos!

Mandy said...

how very cute is this!!!xxx

creatingme said...

ADORABLE!!! in capital letters!

Sandi said...

Your altered tin is fabulous! And I am loving your pics!