Today I had a hard time trying to come up with how I would approach this post.
I knew I wanted to use up all the unused, decent, photos that I had taken last week, but how was I supposed to make all those little moments, that didn’t fit into any of last weeks posts and put them all into a single post? These were simply snapshots of my life, but why would you be interested in these seemingly insignificant moments.
Nevertheless, the reason I blog is because I love sharing my photos and thoughts about those little moments that are special to me.
Then the idea came to me. I thought, maybe I could do a little post or series each week, called “My Creative Inspiration”.
So here it goes, a week communicated in photos and words!
I went on a lot of early morning walks which took me past this little shop (seen here in an earlier post). On this occasion I couldn’t resist just a few little pictures.
I love the little bird cages, especially the sea foam colored one.
These Azaleas on Seeblickstrasse were simply to die for. Reminding me of the cotton candy I would eat maybe once a year at the Agricultural Exhibition, a Bermudian tradition, similar to a county fair I suppose.
On Friday I visited this factory store with a friend who was starting a garment sewing project. I had heard about the store from a friend and boy was I blown away. Quite something different from a quilt shop, it was in a light, modern industrial building. It had long beautiful rolls of quality textiles, including some Patchwork cottons which I was pleasantly surprised to see.
Outside they were using this old Phoenix sewing machine table for their decorations. I love when people utilize objects in surprising ways.
Last night I made a Bacon and Potato Hotpot casserole. It was very much an ‘experiment’, but I enjoyed the creative process of trying to use up items in my pantry rather than going by the recipe.
Last week was my birthday and so I was the happy receiver of this gorgeous flower basket. I am so cheered every time I see it in front of my door.
Jewels of water
Alya Stoffe & Mercerie– Rorschach
Last week I visited another fabric shop, on my way to the grocery store. I had never been there before and so I was pleasantly surprised to find some patchwork fabric. Although I found something I liked I decided to take some inspiration with me (pattern book) rather than add to my ever growing stash, which I don’t have time to work on right now. I also bought a second chalk pencil with different colored chalk than I already have. I think I will be able to use the silver on my quilt.
Hope you too could benefit from a bit of colorful inspiration.
Wishing you a great day,