lovely bits on your blog todayhave a good week, Happy WOYWWThanks for sharing Mrs C.x #2 this week :)http://craftroomdiary.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/woyww-march-14th-2015.html
WOW Diana you work is just gorgeous...love the natural colours and fibres - fabulous. Thanks for visiting and and an enjoyable week RobynO#22
Stunning, the details are amazing!!! Love them!
I love the beautifully subtle shades, Diana. I like the little insect stamps too. My round tea bags have the brand name embedded in them but covering them up with just the edges showing like this is a great way to make use of them. I may have a try and put one in my 'Play Time Journal'. It won't be as beautiful as yours though.
Hi Diana ..... These are as stunning as always I think I have asked you before do you use a light box to take your photos the lighting is just great ..... Was tempted to say brilliant but that wouldn't have been right lolJanet @32
Have been collecting my round tea bags for a few months and have a good selection to choose from now so it is wonderful to see how you have utilised yours to create such amazing and exquisite creations. Always a pleasure to visit your blog, hope you are feeling recovered now and enjoying the weather :-) xxx
You tea bag art is just so inspiring! I have actually dried out some tea bags and can't wait to play and see what happens, but I don't think it will be this beautiful. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #49
I love how you use round tea bags as a base for your small art pieces! These are so beautiful, the soft colors are lovely and make me think of the colors of spring. Beautiful, as usual, Diana!
Hi Diana, love the way you've used the tea bags. These are lovely little works of art. Thanks for the visit and hoping you have a great crafty week. Happy woyww, Angela x 36 x
OMG Dianna your work is so beautiful and tea bags, it sure doesn't look like teabags to me. True works of art. I have a stack of lace doilies here and so much lace you would get the shakes seeing it all. Hope you have a wonderful week and thank you for sharing and visiting.Hugs Eliza & Yoda Happy WOYWW
Oh my ~ such beautiful mixed media creations! Each one is lovelier than the next, as they say!
Absolutely precious in every detail.I have a huge collection of assorted teabag papers...you certainly are an inspiration!oxo
Yet more inventive beauty Diana. Those round teabags make wonderful frames for your embroidery. Are the insects stamps? They are a great addition.
A joy to visit your blog as always Diana! Fascinating to see your interpretations of the emerging seasons. Love the delicacy of the colours! Hope that you are book to good health now! X
Oh Diana, more absolutely exquisite work! I can see your garden through the seasons becoming a favourite theme. You inspire me to get on with my teabag art as soon as I am well enough - I am still too weak to do anything much and spending a lot of time resting.I am so sorry to hear that you've had post-operative complications and I do hope it all clears up soon and that you will soon be without pain. You could well do without that!! I am doing pretty well apart from some skin irritation around the stoma which the stoma nurse has seen and hopefully will clear up soon. I had my histology results on Monday too, and the news isn't as good as I'd hoped. The cancer was very aggressive and had invaded all layers of the bowel wall, and spread to one lymph node. Although they took all that away, I have to have some chemotherapy and have my first oncology appointment on 5th May. I hope it will be only one course of oral chemo and that it won't make me feel too unwell as I feel I've had more than my fair share recently and just want to get back to some sort of normal life!!No need to apologise for taking time to reply - I am equally guilty! I am taking a long time to catch up with all the wonderful messages I've received, and moderating loads of blog comments! It all takes time, especially when one isn't well, and I've had a lot of visitors too, including my best friend from school staying for several days immediately after my discharge. The computer had to take a back seat for several days!Shoshi
Incredibly beautiful and intricate. Love what you do.Thanks for sharing and happy WOYWW or ThursdayPat #64
So lovely, Diana! I love the sari silk - and you have such a knack of capturing nature with your stitching, beading and designs! Love them all! Also, can't wait to show in a few weeks how I've framed your wonderful pieces - they are at the framing shop as of today! xxx Lynn
Thank you for your good wishes for my chemo, Diana - I am obviously not looking forward to it but I've just got to get through it, and remind myself that it's only temporary, and will be worth it if it does the job and mops up any rogue cells there might be. I do hope that today you are feeling better. Take care of yourself!Shoshi
Ohh pretty, pretty .... I just love how those colours are so delicate yet at the same time so vibrant.Karenx
Can't get much better then this! Love your use of the tea back and fibers! My daughter is a fiber artist and does such awesome things too! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Vickie #8
These are wonderful, fantastic detail as always. I've experimented with tea bags but never tried the round ones - so clever!
Beautiful as always. I love the way you're working with teabags. So clever!
Will be pinning if I haven't already, I love your tea bag work, the backing paper is so pretty and delicate, always inspired by your work and your photography, a delight to visit. Ruth x