Saturday, 23 January 2010

Silver Sunday #4

It's Silver Sunday #4........ join Beth over at Gypsy Fish Journal and everyone else.
There are so many unique and wonderful "silver" goodies.
I have a few more favourites here, my sewing tin.......
Some funky wool, not sure how or where to use this yet.......
Cute little silver words.....
Silver organza rose.....
Silver Tulle, hmmmm, what to do........
Check it out and have fun!

35 comments:

Jane said...

That sewing tin is too cute. I love vintage sewing items. I love the silver organza rose too!
Jane

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Love all of these! Those wool pieces are great, would love to see what you do with them.
Thanks for stopping by my site and commenting on the ole farm house. You know it is just where I live and work. My home is in town being rented out. This home belongs to a dear friend of mine in Nevada. I could never own anything like this. lol
It is pretty but very old and cold in the winter.
Love
Maggie

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Oh, beautiful silver goodies!! The tulle is gorgeous and is perfect for miniature doll costuming :) And I really like the organza flower! The sewing tin is wonderful!

Happy Silver Sunday!!

((Hugs))

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

These are all very pretty silver items. I'm sure everyone is going to want a sewing tin like that. It's so unique. What a creative post.
Have a wonderful Silver Sunday!
Blessings,
Marcia

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Oh that tulle and organza flower, just gorgeous! Have a wonderful SS!
Debra

Anne~Fiona and Twig said...

I love your sewing tin!
And I'll bet you'll whip up something fab with that wool organza and tulle. :-)

Have a blessed Sunday!
Anne

Erna said...

Hallo Margaret, I like the Silver Sunday Thing and I love your sewing tin.Enjoy your Sunday.
Hugs
Er

fräulein klein said...

Your organza in silver looks very precious !
Have a nice sunday, Yvonne

Mayflower said...

Hello dear Margaret, beautiful this silver post, the silver words are so beautiful and the organza rose is lovely. Here it's a white sunday, since yesterdays it's snowing and snowing, and now there is already a white world.
Beautiful, but I want some Spring hihi.
Have a nice sunday.
A wintergreeting from Holland.
Hugs, Mea

Bertie said...

What a beautiful sewing tin! I love your creativity, the organza & tule is divine.
Have to get over to the Gipsy Fish Journal, how nice to have Silver Sunday.
Love your background blog.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love that sewing tin, Margaret! I also just noticed that your blog background could be considered silvery!

LiLi M. said...

Love that sewing tin. Those words are inspiring. This is something on my to do list too, making things out of wire. The problem is that it is number 3.897.537!
Happy silver Sunday!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Silver treasures! I've never seen a sewing box like this and it's VERY COOL! Thanks for sharing and have a beautiful silver Sunday!

Denise said...

What a great list of silver and a great sewing room..

Have a blessed SILVER lining Sunday...

Charlene said...

lOVE all the silver. Especially the sewing tin & the silver words.

Thanks for stoppin by & in answer to your questions on my classes I have finished one last weekend & will post my finished piece this week. As usual for taking a class like that... you never finish the project while there. You have to go home & put some more work & time in on it. Would you please send me the link to visit Lori for that precious bunny? HUGS! Charlene

Queenmothermamaw said...

Margaret the rose is inspiring. I was not aware of that magazine you mentioned on your comment. I will sue look it up. Thanks for visiting and sharing. Blessings.
QMM

Bonjade said...

I love silver......everything that shines and is blinking......
Oh I LOVE IT.
Thanks for visiting me,the glass jar is from JDL.
Nice evening

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

silver tulle!! Love it! HSS

junkdreams said...

So love your silver showing....I'm wondering if you made the words yourself...love that silver tulle!
Happy SS!
xojanis

Micki said...

What beautiful items! I enjoyed seeing them all!
Micki

Sherrie said...

Just goes to show, that silver doesn't have to be a tea service, tray or silverware. I mean who doesn't love silver tulle. Have a good "silver" day.

Jientje said...

I'm SURE you'll make something stunning with it when the time comes. You always do. I enjoyed the photos, as always!

Sylvia said...

I love your silver inspiring words, did you make them? Beautiful silver tulle....happy silver Sunday...

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

Hi Margaret,
Thanks for sharing your silver! That silver sewing tin is perfect for you and imagine it gets a lot of use.
I like that you incorporated not only sterling silver to this post but fabric and wire. Silver is everywhere!!!and I love it all!
xo,
Carole

Mimi said...

Adorable sewing box! Love the organza rose.

tales from an oc cottage said...

That sewing box is adorable!

m^..^

Susie from Bienvenue said...

What pretty silver things you have here!! I could just go crazy over this stuff...sweet~

Gypsy Fish said...

Beautiful silver goodies....particuarly the silver tulle and your sewing tin is to die for! Thanks for coming....see you next Sunday!
{{gypsy hugs}}
Beth

Diane said...

I bet you do something wonderful with that gorgeous tulle, Margaret. Very pretty post.

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Margaret,

What lovely silver treasures and I love the silver swewing box and you know how much I adore organza flowers and yours are GORGEOUS!!

Love and hugs,
Karyn

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Wow, lovely in silver! The organza rose is great.

Have a happy monday,

Saskia

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

I love the wire words - very cool. And ohh, what to do with the Silver toule....so many things pop into my head. Lovely - thank you.

Kathy said...

Sorry my Sunday Silver visit is so late but I do love your silver post!
xoxo...Kathy

Shirley said...

I love your silver tin. Your post are always enjoyable. Take care Your Missouri Friend

AlessandraLace said...

you can knit the wool, for a nice scarf, can't you? I have just seen the staff, I will come back to read the post.Now I am in hurry to go out. thank you for your help. hugs