Small handmade flower appliques in a dark, charcoal grey.
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Tuesday, 6 March 2018
While the black flowers on this flower crown seem to have a blue tinge, they're actually ink black with a hint of gold and bronze thrown in - and they are made from these black organza flowers.
Wednesday, 21 February 2018
These are large black organza flowers I made for a special project.
There's eight of them - in the two different sizes shown in these pictures.
They're actually darker than the pictures show. They're jet black with no hint of blue at all. Both the organza used for the petals and the tulle are as black as night.
The only relief from the darkness of the flower comes in the form of the gold stamens in the centre and and a hint of dark bronze organza in the mix to highlight the black and give the flower some depth and interest. Can you see it?
Friday, 16 February 2018
A large flower boutonniere in a moody mix of burgundy and black.
It measures 2.5 inches or about 6.35 cm across.
It's a custom order, made to tie into a special wedding outfit. So it's one of a kind.
And it's making its way across the ocean as we speak.
Wednesday, 14 February 2018
|Antique french Ex Voto Sacred Heart - SweeetTagada|
|Rustic Red Heart Ornaments - HandyHappyShop|
|Gold Heart Ring Box - TrueVintageCharms|
|Seed Paper Hearts - flowerseedpaper|
|Antique Heart Necklace - Daisy'sCabinet|
Monday, 12 February 2018
Another pair of poppy post earrings. This time in red with a discreetly lustrous pewter grey bead centre. (You can see the previous ones here.)
These ones also measure about 1.5 cm across. They are the smallest in size for these flower earrings. There is also a medium and a large size available.
And these are also listed in my Fairytale Flower etsy shop.
Sunday, 11 February 2018
Lightweight, handmade flower post earrings in a burnt orange that's almost caramel.
These measure about 1.5 cm across and are listed in my Fairytale Flower shop.
They come in various colours: the caramel orange pictured as well as red, yellow, dark teal, magenta, sandy-beige, charcoal grey, dove grey and a couple more.
Tuesday, 6 February 2018
I made these dark cerise flowers a couple of days ago. I love this red fabric for its intense vivid colour as well as its discreet subtle sheen.
The beads in the middle are quite interesting, with an exceptional luster with shimmery hues of a variety of colours, including gold and a sort of beetle green. That probably doesn't sound very appealing and it sure isn't captured well in the photos but in reality it's very pretty and rather alluring.
For the flower brooch I attached the simple spoil-proof pin that I favour for brooches (aka pins). The kind that doesn't have the little 'wheel' that sometimes comes off.
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Dainty little flowers on silver bobby pins.
(Sewn on. Not glued on. Which makes them last so much longer.)
Perfect for little girls.
You can find them here.
Saturday, 27 January 2018
Another flower brooch with trailing ribbons, this one in a mix of browns, caramel, grey and black.
You can see the brooch back above. I like these simple pins because they're pretty sturdy and the kind that won't break off and leave you with an unwearable brooch.
Tuesday, 23 January 2018
This large black organza flower sash-turned-brooch was a custom order that I really enjoyed making. The ribbon is tied in a bow and then left long to trail down in a pretty cascade when worn.