Saturday, November 13, 2010

Little Treasures

Little Treasures for the Cancer Center. I had so much fun crafting for the
Breast Cancer Center
in Grass Valley CA.
Needled felted pink fower pins and
painted clothes pins with pink ribbon design & dots.
The little angel pins are made with
a tiny safety pins and beads.
Have a wonderful weekend.
HUGS~~~DOGWOOD

11 comments:

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

You are such a sweetie...thinking of others and their needs! Nice treasures you made! Painted clothes pins are so "IN"!
It's snowing here... 8 inches of pretty snow!
Good evening to stay home by the fireplace!
Warmly,
deb :)

Createology said...

Hi Dogwood: Your handmade gifts for the GV Cancer Center are fabulous. Your generosity is amazing but then so are you! Loving the felted pink flowers. Happy weekend my dear...

Donna said...

How wonderful of you. The angels are so sweet, and I love the clothespins and the pink and white (pins?).. VERY pretty!! And how I love that saying, Fight Like a Girl. Have a wonderful Sunday!... Donna

Joanna said...

Love them! I also love the 'fight like a girl' - funny!

x

Theresa said...

Oh how pretty AND OH SO SWEET! I painted clothespins last Christmas:) Have a blessed Sunday! HUGS!

Jeanie said...

I love your clothespins! And I especially love what you did with the ribbon on the pins! Nice to do -- you're a good person.

Karena said...

The best cause thank you for joining in the fight!

I hope you will come enter my giveaway from Empress of the Eye!
xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

goldenbird said...

Love those clothes pins, they turned out great. You're so generous and giving.

The dim sum place we ate it in SF yesterday was Yank Sing. Yum it was good. The Ferry Building was lots of fun, too.

Suz said...

you are such a sweetie do make these and send them off with hope and love!

koralee said...

You are sooooo sweet...these are wonderful in everyway!

I so want to learn how to needle felt...

Hugs my friend for a great day. xoxox

Teresa Wik- T Pots Pottery said...

So cute! Love the painted clothes pins. You had told me what you did - could not picture it until I saw the great, fun pics.