Tuesday, November 8

willy nilly...

this week is all about getting photos done for my joyful shop update
(please look to the right if you do not know about this and wish to know more)
(please do not look to the right if you do already know about my joyful update, or indeed, do not wish to know)

yesterday as i took a breather, i looked around me at the piles of handcrafted goodness and little forsaken souls alongside of knick knacks, all waiting patiently for their moment to shine.
they all looked so peachy just hanging around, twiddling their thumbs, so i snapped them right there and then with Frankly Frank's help. 
here's just a few of those snaps. 
no particular order, 
just a willy nilly collection of what i saw









she has found a rather lovely 'small being' and on thursday will be sure to share ~ Tif 

16 comments:

Stacy's Designs 88 said...

Tif, Love the Photos! So glad that all the "little ones" have their moment to shine. Love, Stacy

HannasHörna said...

Hi! Your thinga are so so cute. Hugs from Sweden

Slugs On The Refrigerator said...

its always the last bits of making...the gathering, geting ready, photographing, the packing... that I find hardest...so close, yet so far. I prefer beginnings...all the possibilities

sarah said...

Could you be any more sweet and clever tiff??? Love your blog soooo much <3

Jenifir said...

I love this sneak peak and eagerly await what you have to share on Thursday and the shop update!

songskatesang said...

My heart just skipped a beat! I spy Joan Walsh Anglund. I have adored her since I was ten and collect her writings. She is so lovely and i dare say, reminds me so very much of you!

caro said...

Hi Tif, today's title gave me an instant giggle, can't remember when last I heard that expression! I've been wondering how you get the whites so clear & clean in your photo's? They look so uncontrived. Today might well be the day I apply some dottie angel inspiration, to a 15 year-old piece of white linen fabric that resurfaced during our recent migration ...

caro said...

PS my paternal grandmother always provided someone with a handmade apron at Christmas. You reminded me how important that (& wearing one daily,) was to her and these fabrics could have come straight out of her store cupboard...

Qalballah said...

Dear Tif. I just want you to know I've reviewed your book over at my place. Thankyou dear for keeping my sanity on these gloomy days

~ Debbie
http://mysocalledlifeandotherlies.blogspot.com/2011/11/peachy-and-perfect.html

Lotti said...

I love all your gorgeous stuff .... so nice and you are so clever. They are just lovely to look at.

lebenslustiger said...

Love, love, LOVE the little bunny cape...

Oooh Betty said...

Sooo excited. X

Lucía said...

DOTTIE!!
COMO SE PUEDE SER TAN CREATIVA??
REALMENTE SOS UNA ARTISTA!!
TE FELICITO Y ME ENCANTA VER TU BLOG LLENO COSAS TAN MARAVILLOSAS QUE REALIZAS!!
DESDE ARGENTINA, TE ENVIO UN CARIÑO ENORME!!!!!

LUCIA D´AGOSTINO
www.luciadagostinopapel.blogspot.com

sue said...

oh my... I was staring at your photo, Tif, of the darling candlestick...and I noticed that it sat upon a Joan Walsh Anglund book! I have a huge soft spot in my heart for her books... The size, the sweet illustrations and words are precious...!
You made my day... :)

dottie angel said...

hurrah for Joan Walsh Anglund books! i have several, one from way back being itty bitty and one i found in more recent times. there is something about them which just makes me happy, from the illustrations to the sentiment behind them :)

thank you for your lovely kind comments upon my 'willy nilly' ness... lovely as always

and Debbie,
you are most kind, thank you my dear
x

Charis said...

Tif... can I live in your shed?!