Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Images on Coasters..... the Sky's the Limit!

Sadly, I've been neglecting my blog and have to do something about it!   I hope everyone is doing well and I look forward to doing some catching up in the days to come.  I not only am neglecting my blog, I am neglecting everyone else's blog as well!  So I decided to write a bit about some new coasters in my shop that I have been having fun creating.  Image transfers on coasters..... the sky is the limit!  I've done old family photos,  and fun whimsical birds but almost any kind of image would look wonderful on these coasters, I think.  I could make some for evey holiday, or season.  Of course they have to be vintage looking to suit my taste, but  for me, that is the only requirement. 


The Feathered Nest said...

These are so beautiful!!! What a wonderful idea...I was so glad to see you visit me, and glad that you're back ~ I understand though that our families need us! My giveaway isn't over until Sunday night the 14th, so pop on over and enter sweetie!!! hugs and love, Dawn

Holly Hills Primitives said...

LOVE THESE! Any chance you'd want to do a class? Let me know, Dawn

Brenda said...

I love these!! The vintage look is perfect for them!!!

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

So glad you're back. Time does have a way of getting away from us. I like the new look of your blog.
Your work is wonderful!

ArtSnark said...

gorgeous! Love them all

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Hi Carol...I've been a slacker blogger lately too.Love your "vintage" coasters... the little crowned birdies are my them!

I mentioned your grunging up a tag tut today on my blog & linked back to you....hope you don't mind. Loved the technique...thansk for sharing it!

Barb said...

Have so missed your posting, glad you are back in blogland. Love the "soft" look of your coasters, fantastic!!
Happy Valentine's Day,
Barb in Texas

Anonymous said...

Carol... you never cease to amaze me!
Happy Valentines Day!

Barbara Jean said...

Love the old photos on the coasters. You have great ideas and do them up so well.


barbara jean