Saturday, October 23, 2010

Yellow and Blue and What to do



Happy Yellow and Blue Monday.
Here is some not so mellow yellow for you.
It is a page out of a very old Good Housekeeping.
(and see the blue down in the corner?)


And here is a little blue vignette.
see that ball on the right?
Here is a close up.
Maybe made of wood. Not sure.
But very cool.
It is larger than a croquet ball.
Anyone know what it is?


And please tell me what candlewick yarn is.
It sounds familiar, but cannot remember what it is.

This is Jan.
She came to have Tea & Treats with her friends
Linda, (on left) and Marilyn, for her birthday.
Very fun!!
I'm seein' some blues and yellows in these pictures, too.

OK. Here is my "What to do".
I got a whole box of these watch crystals, bands, etc.
I have too many projects, and no inspiration for these.
So.....
WATCHES ARE GONE. THANKS!!
Anyone have some inspiring pictures?
or, I will just let you have them for
shipping costs + $1.00 to drive to P.O.
There are bout 60 here in this picture.
Flat rate box is $5.00. That is only .10 a piece.
Let me know if interested.
I'm guessing there are bout 200 all together.
Not sure how many will fit in those flat rate boxes.
The more you get in there, the cheaper they will be.

Hope someone is inspired to do something with them

blessings on you Monday.

Barbara Jean

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9 comments:

Joyful said...

Some great photos here, especially the blue ones ;-) Happy Blue Monday!

SmilingSally said...

It's always fun to meet other bloggers, and it looks as if you've found some good ones.

Happy Blue Monday. Barb!

LV said...

You did not seem to have any trouble finding blues for today. Nice selection.

chubskulit said...

Great shots!

My Mellow Yellow post, have a great week ahead!

Station 521 said...

Hi Barb, didn't make it over last week for those chestnuts, but will make it a point this week! If you still have those watch parts, I would love them. Let me know.

Anonymous said...

Candlewick was ...is a type of embroidery with French knots

Donnie said...

Such lovely pictures. Love the blue ball. Sorry can't use any watch parts. Have a great blue Monday.

Kathryn said...

Candlewick yarn is for making french knot designs on matching fabrics. You iron on a dot pattern and then put knots on every dot.

☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

wow thats a lot. nice entry

Fun Blues ovah here