Thursday, October 21, 2010

'What I've Been Up To' Post

These are my attempt at being artistic*wink*  at photographing the small flowers ordered by Nadia, so please bear with me! I found the twig on the ground behind my house(from a mango tree) just waiting for me. 
I'll be posting them today, so tomorrow they'll be on their way.
I finally tried my hands at zpagetti. I first found out about it on Annemarie's blog. Very interesting but I didn't have the time to try my hands at it until recently. I cut a t-shirt which was too small for me and below is what was left of it. Hazel complained of the color but it was all I had to experiment with. And she wanted to learn as well! It was quite a struggle what with the bulkiness and all. As you can see, my tensions wasn't consistent. At first they were loose then tight. I managed to get a 3.5" tall 'container' from that t-shirt. I might give it a try again someday. You might be persuaded to give it a try, too, after visiting sosorosey
I'm in the middle of awaiting orders from some potential while waiting, I'm back to reading...As they say(as well as Hazel), DON'T WASTE TIME!'


MisFyd said... [Reply to comment]

Nice Photo with the twig!!! =)

Rafidah Ahmad said... [Reply to comment]

wahhhhhhhhhhh....luv the flower tree :)....i think u can make it as house accessories too dont ya think?

Aisyah Helga said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks, Fyd & kak Fida! You sure can make them as wall deco. I have an idea to decorate one of my walls with these small flowers n leaves one of these days....:)

Roos said... [Reply to comment]

That twig was just waiting for your "lovely made" flowers. BEAUTIFUL !

SyaAz said... [Reply to comment]

just wanna know if u know this person use ur photo...

Maaike said... [Reply to comment]

Lovely little flowers and a great way to present them; on a larger crochetblanket. Happy weekend!
Love, Maaike

Dawn said... [Reply to comment]

Oh, my Aisyah! This is true art with your lovely flowers and the real twig! Gorgeous!

Maaike said... [Reply to comment]

Hey Aisyahelga, how nice you stopped by on creJJtion! Thank you. Sent your address to and the Pink Ribbon magazine will fly to you ;-).
Love, Maaike

Annemarie's Blog said... [Reply to comment]

Oooh I love your flower tree! It looks so gorgeous! And while going through your blog I was so happily surprised to see you used t-shirt yarn! I looks great what you made. I hope you liked working with it.

Aisyah Helga said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks everyone for all your kind words! I really appreciate it :D

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