Pat Winter is a truly kind and generous artistic soul. I met Pat through blogging and the Comfort Doll project she began and ran for many years.
Since I cannot seem to figure out how to link a site with my text I shall give you Pat's blog address http://gatherings100.blogspot.com/ so you can visit and discover her many talents unless you already follow this amazing woman.
So back to my surprise package. I love opening mail and find cleverness inside. Wrapped in pattern tissue and stamped and stitched is the most beautiful handmade brooch. Pat felted it and embellished it with her signature fabric ciggy and beads and ribbon embroidery. This brooch is truly a tiny work of art and I shall cherish owning it.
Thank you so very much dear Pat.
Its Lovely, What a generous ladyReplyDelete
This is beautiful! Love the colors! I will have to hop over and check out her blog!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! This is the color palette that I have been playing around with. What a generous and timeless gift! Happy day to you!ReplyDelete
What a sweet package and ohlala~~~look at what is inside. A lovely brooch. Enjoy...dogwoodReplyDelete
ooooohh, nice! Great surprise :)ReplyDelete
Ah....lucky lady! Isn't her work just absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
what a beautiful gift! an absolute treasure!! xox, :))ReplyDelete
That is totally special. What an incredible gift to get out of the blue! She sure takes creativity a couple steps further!ReplyDelete
wow.. such a beautiful treasure you have!! I love the texture, colors and all of it!ReplyDelete
Does she sell these?
Thank you for sharing..!
Oh how beautiful! Pat does such lovely work! You're a very lucky girl to receive such a treasure! xoxo Paulette ;)ReplyDelete
What a lovely surprise, snail mail is the best!ReplyDelete
I'm constantly amazed at the creations that some people make. And then to give these beautiful pieces away! You are so blessed to have been the recipient of this gorgeous brooch.ReplyDelete
Wow! How I love this!ReplyDelete
greetings from Holland,
What a beautiful and creative gift from a generous friend. My favorite part about reading other's blogs is seeing the wonderful creations made by creative people.ReplyDelete