Tuesday, February 22, 2011


I am now threatening to start gluing
 wool roses to my bare trees.
We have not had a bad winter at all, not compared
 to most of you, but Spring better hurry!

Being cooped up inside means 
I keep felting wool and turning out roses,
which will soon overrun the house.
 I am so ready to hit the yard
and get some of these guys growing again.

All of you with snow predicted this week,
must be ready to move south or west by now.

Linking up with Kathleen for White Wednesday
and my first time doubling up
 with Debra at Capers of Vintage Vixens 
for Bloggers Bodega.


Project Genesis is coming up fast
March 1st. Mark your calendar, all you
guys who (oops) forgot last time.
I will be doing the link the morning before
because the first of March is 
a busy day around here. 


Jill said...

I think wire leaves would be lovely under a felted rose!

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Love your roses! Congratulations and best wishes for your new store. Looks like you've already sold quite a bit.
Have a good week....stay warm.

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I, for one would love to see your beautiful roses on a tree;) But can you make them is pink because we still have a lot of white around here, if you know what I mean;)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Thank you soooo much for posting that you have joined us on Blogers' Bodega. If no one posts about it on their blogs new people will not know about us all, so Thank you once again:)

Brenda Kula said...

I LOVE these! Are you selling these cuties?

time worn interiors said...

I love you roses! They would look cute on my little purses!

Anonymous said...

Came by to say Hi!

Jane said...

Beautiful flowers....both the real ones and your fabulous wool ones. I love how you have packaged them too!! You have been one busy bee (my spring reference)!

Char said...

your roses - real and felted are both gorgeous

My Shabby Roses said...

You've been a busy lady. Your roses look wonderful.
Happy White Wednesday!

Theresa said...

Z. ~ We are flower making fools for spring! The roses look great on the lampshade with the burlap that is so pretty! Your packaging is very boutiquish... very nice! see that, i snuck in a new word, feel free to use it anytime ;) have a great night! Theresa xoxo

Simply Bungalow said...

Love the roses. Your photos are beautiful.

One Shabby Old House said...

Your roses are just wonderful. I have a poor little tree that the freeze got to and if it doesn't sprout a bud soon I will have to buy some of your roses.
Love your works

Ellen said...

Gorgeous flowers, love the felt roses! I'm with you about being over this winter thing! Would love to see your roses on the trees too!


tales from an oc cottage said...


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Rebecca said...

Hey Sweetie Pie
Love those roses...make me some :) I need to order a couple of dozen for my jewelry class coming up in cream felt.
So I am back and it seemed I never left, the sunshine is gone and I haven't seen it now in almost a week, and it snowed yesterday... feel sorry for me, ha!
I've been thinking of doing a post on my garden too... I think we are all itching to get into the garden.
Have a great day!

KayC. said...

Don't come west...we still have lots of snow here. Love your roses, you can never have too many of them.

Jane @ Jane's Junk and Treasures said...

Old Grey Mare!!
I love it!! ha ha
Love the roses!!

Faded Charm said...

I like your idea of the little rosettes on the burlap lamp shade. I sure hope Spring arrives soon. We are going to get hit with quite a few inches the next couple days. The snow is falling as I type:(

Think warm thoughts!


April said...

Stopping by from Blondie's blog (AKA Jane)...so nice to "meet" you!I love your wool roses...and your real roses, too! Makes me long for springtime even more! I am now a follower! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Suzan,
I'm just popping over from Jane's blog, Blondie's Journal. She did such a nice feature on your beatufiul wool roses. :)
I can't wait for Spring to get here, too... soon...
Have a great day!
~ Jo :)

Paula ~ castleandcottagesigns said...

Hello Suzan! I'm here via Blondi aka Jane! So glad she shared your work and blog with us...love it!
Looking forward to following you!

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

So happy to have found your lovely blog via Blondie! I'm a new follower and look forward to getting to know you better!
Have a great weekend.

Hopewell Creek Designs said...

Yes we are very sick of snow...so Mother nature gave us 2 tornado's today in our area GEZ! I adore your roses,they are so,so very elegant!