Thursday, 21 November 2013

Accidentally found some interesting festive tree ideas

You know how one click leads to another, well a lady called Theresa who has used some of my caravan fabric to make bags has had her work featured in a magazine called Bespoke, I think it's in the USA, so she sent me a link to her blog to see the page.

http://alittlebirdmademe.com/2013/11/21/all-sorts-of-developments/

I then started clicking around the Bespoke website and came across these lovely ideas you might like for festive trees. 

http://www.bespokezine.com/2013/11/creative-collections-christmas-trees/

I do like the ones with horizontal twigs and branches and the little paper ones are rather lovely too.



There seems to be lots to look at on this website so thank you to Theresa for sharing.

Back to stitching things now for the weekend craft fair,


5 comments:

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Well done on the feature, that's sure to sell lots more of your fabric!
I love those little paper trees, they would be great for table decorations . :)
V xxx

Louise said...

What an achievement well done. There are so many wonderful festive ideas around, too much choice.

Anne said...

Those christmas ideas are brilliant. I especially love the driftwood trees and their decorations. They would be so simple to do yet so effective.

Theresa van Gessel said...

They are great Christmas tree ideas aren't they?
The magazine is an Australian publication - you really are an international fabric designer!
Thank you again!
Theresa

patty said...

Thanks Theresa and thanks for letting me know it's an OZ magazine.