Wednesday, 20 June 2018

WOYWW

Good morning all!
My post is an almost wordless one today as I am on nanny duty any minute!
So....
 Just a few of Tilly Tea Dance's sheepy brooches waiting to be packaged on my table - she was here yesterday embroidering them. Link to online shop if you are interested..
https://www.tillyteadance.co.uk/tillyteadance-shop

AND below - a most beautiful old peachy rose with a heavenly fragrance that came via my Dad's/Annie's garden originally from my dear Godmother's garden -hence we call it Aunty Lilly's rose.

Have a great week WOYWW folk and anyone else who calls by here!
xx Jo

15 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Absolutely astounding little brooches. T^hose sheep are adorable and so cute, too.

You have beautiful roses. I thought my rose bush had died, but it is coming back now. Yours looks a lot better than mine, though. Happy WOYWW from #1.

Julia Dunnit said...

Morning Twiggers, hope you have a lovely Nanny day. Tilly’s brooches are really sweet, what a great idea. Am super impressed that Aunty Lily’s rose has survived the moves and the re-plants, can only imagine how green fingered you lot are. Roses this year seem extra lovely to me, maybe because our own rose bed has been so productive at last!

Sarah Brennan said...

Hi Jo, enjoy your nannie duties. I do love Maxine's work, I saw her Ironbridge pictures on FB and they are amazing too. Have a great week. Sarah #19

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Morning... No need for words as those brooches speak for themselves. How fabulous.. I want to buy it ALL. Happy WOYWW and enjoy your Nan time.
Tracey #4

glitterandglue said...

Morning Jo. Lovely little brooches - and what a beautiful rose. Hope you are enjoying granny duty.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #2

Annie said...

Love the brooches. Aunty Lily’s roses are blooming beautifully here too...happy memories eh?
Hugs,
Annie x

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Jo, Max's work is so amazing, and thanks for the link to her online shop- I'll be saving that.Saw the pics of her Ironbridge ones I think it was yesterday, they are fantastic. But I do so love the sheepy ones! Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #6 XxX

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Wow, that is a gorgeous rose, I can almost smell it from here! How fab that it survived two moves, my roses from Burbage are happy to be in the ground again after two years in pots! Hope you have a lovely Nanny day with Ben xx
Hugs LLJ 11 xxx

Caro said...

Those broaches are gorgeous... just love the little sheep! That rose is stunning. Have a lovely day with your little one. Caro (back in blogland!) x #24

Helen said...

the brooches are gorgeous! so too is the rose. what a total beauty. helen #3

Diana Taylor said...

Tilly's brooches are just so sweet, and such pretty colours too. I love the rose and have one that belonged to my grandfather in the garden - it's lovely to have such nice memories when it flowers isn't it. Hope you have a lovely Nanny day,
Diana x #20

Elizabeth said...

Hello Jo, the buttons are lovely - those stitches must be tiny! The rose is a stunner - love the colour - and it is so nice that it has so many personal associations too. Hugs, Elizabeth x #30

SumBunneh said...

I can almost smell the beautiful roses from here!
The sheep broached are super cute... so intricate and fun :)

Sumbunneh hugs x
Erika #7

Neet said...

Lovely buttons and what a gorgeous rose - Aunt Lily certainly brightens up your day (and ours via the internet)
Hugs, Neet 5 xx

Heather Marshall said...

Hi Jo, how do you get so much detail on something so small! Very pretty. Have a lovely week, Heather x #13