Girls Night Out gifts

Once or twice a year, the mums from Playcentre have a dinner out, and we usually do a small gift to exchange with each other. I have made a couple of smaller tags. We are going Thai tonight. Yum!


15 comments:

Ati. Norway. said...

The receivers will be delighted, Your tags are lovely!

Karrin Hurd said...

The tags are gorgeous, what lucky recipients!

Marty52 said...

These are gorgeous! I had no idea they were so tiny... I'm envious of your bullion (?) stitches... It's next on my list of stitches to master. Your work is sublime.

Denise Felton said...

These tags are so gorgeous, they almost make me cry. Fabulous work.

Denise
http://needlework.craftgossip.com

Barbara said...

These tags are gorgeous and the work so tiny and delicate. I haven't seen these done before - what are they used for? I see another project on the horizon.

I absolutely love your cancer block. How did you make the woven flower. It looks complicated!

Your work is always breathtaking!

Jo in NZ said...

Thankyou ladies. The tags went down well. the lady that got one is actually a fantastic painter, so it was really nice to be able to give her some fibre art.

Barbara. The tags can be used as key rings, or a bit of bling on a plain bag. As I was making these I thought they could be pendants to I guess. They are a twist on an article from the last mag. Our group is doing a swap.

The flower is woven picots. Time consuming, but not complicated.

Maddie Can Fly said...

I didn't realize how small these tags were, I thought they were the size of a regular shipping tag. Could we see the back of one?

Connie said...

These tags are beautiful, and I was amazed at how small they are. Such intricate work.

justthesmallstuff said...

I "LOVE" these tags!!!

gib stoff biene said...

The tags are very beautyfull!
Have a nice Day! Sabine

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Jo, Your CQ tags are soooooooooooooooo very pretty. Neat idea. I am sure the girl at the play centre loved them. Hope you enjoyed your night out. Hugs Judy

Erin said...

holy moly! these are wonderful. I've never been to your blog before, but obviously I have been missing something! Your stuff is absolutely brilliant. I love that it looks alive-- not just these, but your other tags and blocks.. all wonderful. excellent. i am so glad i wandered in here. :)

meggie said...

Hope you enjoyed your meal. I love Thai food- & the people!
Those tags are just gorgeous.

jasminduft said...

Gorgeous work! Absolutely stunning!

Holly Elam said...

You are very talented. These are just beautiful.