Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Talk to the wall

 I went to see Shirley Valentine last week at the Lowry, Manchester.
It must have left an impression on me as I've been talking to the wall
and I don't mean my wandering welder of an husband


I mean this wall.  I've taken everything off one section and then
hammered up this seed tray that I picked up at a country fair recently.



There was no plan in mind for the display, I just went with the flow.


This is a button hoop I made a couple of years ago.


I've added little bits of embroidery to the vintage flower cards.
These were done for a little project last month.


I had a real good faffing session yesterday when it was raining to 
much to go outside.  Hope you like it.
Don't slam the door on your way out though, don't want things falling off
the wall.


Time for a cuppa now and a look what you've all been working
on this week.


Bye for now from me and the wall
xx






23 comments:

  1. Love it, what a lovely way to pull together an eclectic grouping.
    Joy

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  2. What a great display!! Helen #1

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  3. Oh Lynn, I love it. I think you were a designer in a previous life as you do such beautiful displays. And I adore that button ring, what a lovely idea. The whole display area is fabulous and I am envious of your ability to do such things - it must be fun visiting your house.
    Hugs, Neet 10 xx
    ps thanks for the visit to my blog - yes a slip cover would be good but now I have to think of how to do it - no doubt I can do so, just need to get the house back to normal first.

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    1. You are welcome to come and visit anytime. I'll have the kettle on.
      Lynn x

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  4. I see you're putting the kettle on for Neet....mines a coffee please. I really love your new display Lynn. You really do have an eye for what goes together.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #14

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  5. Love love love that display - what an eye you have for putting together an eclectic mix of objects that sit so well together. I envy your style! The great things is you can mix and match and constantly refresh what's up there - such a fun idea :-D
    Hugs LLJ 5 xxx
    PS If Neet is coming for tea, count me in too ;-)

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  6. Loved the film - I'm guessing you went to a stage production...
    I LOVE your wall!!
    Thanks for dropping by :)
    Happy WOYWW!
    Claire no.9

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  7. Ah Lynn, if only my faffing came together like this. Your skill is a photographer's dream! I could no more look at the seed tray and thing 'frame' than I could qualify as an astronaut!

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  8. You have the designer eye ..... it has come together beautifully.
    sandra de @24

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  9. Happy WOYWW. I envy your talent to put together such a wonderful wall display. I definitely haven't got the talent or the energy! Do you have an Instagram account? If not, then get one - as those sort of images are very popular on there. Ali x #25

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  10. You are so clever, Lynn. I love how you transformed that seed tray, and I particularly love the button hoop. You certainly deserved that cuppa! xxx

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  11. OMGness! I absolutely love it!!! What a brilliant up-cycling idea :)
    Have a wonderful Wednes-YAY!
    Bubbles #7
    https://patchworkapples.blogspot.co.uk/2017/07/woyww-422.html

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  12. Hi Lynn, love what you've done with the seed tray. What a fab talking point. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #11XxX

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  13. Happy WOYWW #422 thanks for sharing xx Jan (31)

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  14. Hi Lynn. Thanks for visiting. Yes, it is gorgeous to see all the different sorts of makes, isn't it? I like your wall - and that antimacassar! Wonderful - not seen one in years.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #2

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  15. Love it... Your wall is so beautiful... you sure have an eye for design... It's perfect... Have a great week ahead... May#4

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  16. Gorgeous display, well done. Have a great woyww and a happy crafty week, Angela x16x

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  17. Your shelf is looking lovely. I think it is fun to arrange things. I just don't like the dusting.
    April #8

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  18. Love the display of seed tray and button hoop. Glad you enjoyed the play saw them talking about it on Granada reports (if it's still called that). Do miss Manchester for the concerts and theatres though. Anickoana #3

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  19. Looks great! I love all the little eclectic things that you have found and/or made - they all go so well together! Thanks for sharing(sorry for being late!), Lindart #37

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  20. Ha! Talking to the wall, I remember that and chip'n' eggs for tea so well!
    What an amazingly curated wall, I love it. You've got such a brilliant eye for detail! xxx

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