Friday, March 16, 2012

Rose Display

Our local libraries have people display their work,
collections and hobbies. I was asked to display some of my hand made flowers.
This is one that will be displayed. I could not choose between the two pictures, so am using both.
These flowers are made from coffee filters and hand painted.
Of course there is lots of pink!
I make them to give out at nursing homes, or sometimes to family.
I consider this a ministry the Lord has allowed me to do, and I thank Him for it
Pink Saturday:
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Happy pink (and green) Saturday.
Have a great week end.
Love,
Shirley

13 comments:

  1. Shirley, Your hand made roses are beautiful. I love how you've displayed them in the hand urn. I think it's a lovely way to share your art and do our Lord's work. Thank you for sharing it here. Happy Pink Saturday.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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    1. Thank you.I love blogging and being able to see others work also.

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  2. How pretty and clever, I would never have thought they were made from coffee filters. Through blogging I am constantly reminded of how many wonderful and creative people there are all over the world ... thank you for sharing your own creativity Shirley.
    HPS, have a lovely St. Pat's weekend.

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    1. Thank you for the nice comment. I am amazed also at some of the great things i see in the blogging world. Love it!

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  3. I am not sure what I should praise more ... the hand made roses or the display ... both done so perfectly. I think I will have to choose both. No option here. I also love the thought that goes behind them. Have a wonderful day.
    Regards,
    Ruby

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  4. Hi Shirley, I can' believe those are coffee filter roses. The look so real! Your photos have really done them justice, they are lovely. Happy Pink Saturday. ~Marti

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  5. Shirley, Your display is stunning. I have seen handmade roses from coffee filters stained with tea, but never painted and your roses are beautiful! They look soft on my monitor. I thought they were either high quality silk or real. Wonderful job. How blessed the Lord is when you use your talents to inspire and bless others. Since I LOVE libraries I am so happy you are displaying your gifts there. The combination of the soft and rustic urn, the cupped hand is so full of texture I am blown away by both of these and could not pick one over the other either! Congratulations on being asked to contribute. Big blessings my friend.

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  6. Your handmade roses are so gorgeous, Shirley. You're so talented!

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  7. Your roses are splendid, I would have never dreamed what they started with. What a beautiful gift for a nursing home resident. Happy Pink Sat.
    Ann

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  8. Gorgeous! Visiting late for Pink Saturday.

    Green Goodies is my entry. Please come by when you get a chance. Have a great week ahead.

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  9. Your roses are absolutely beautiful. I have a little statue, and it is God's hand. I will cherish it forever.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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