Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Teeny tiny spring finishes

 The 1st of May, we drove around here on the island in search of Tulip fields and there were quite some blooming. So beautiful to just stand out there and admire the view. Can't pick a favorite as i love them all. 

Couldn't stay out long as Chris and Emma will join us for dinner and needed to stop by for groceries, glad what i had in mind was quite a simple one. "Poke Bowl" with ready made Tuna & Salmon, i fried the shrimps and prepared a few bits and pieces of veggies.

When they left i went in search for a small design of Tulips from magazines i had and saw this red one. Started it and finished the next evening...into a scissor fob.

A week ago, been for a family visit at bf's sister...along the way were lots of Tulip fields and most were quite far from the roads..Can't resist when i saw one pretty close to the road and went for a few pics. 

Had a lovely catch up at bf sister's ...and such a beautiful garden they have. Very neat and clean.

Stitched this cute spring lamb and finished it into a flat ornament. Was a surprise gift for a friend and Glad she loves it.
Thanks for stopping by and the lovely comments. Hope you all are having a lovely week.


Carol said...

Oh, I love all the flower photos that you shared with us, Mylene! Such a beautiful time of year... and your food is so beautifully presented, it looks like it could be in a magazine! Very cute finishes, too--I'm glad you've had time to stitch a bit along with visiting with friends and family. Have a lovely weekend!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

What gorgeous tulips! We have little muntjac deer visit our garden and they adore tulips so I can't grow them!
Maybe I should stitch some instead.

Corina said...

I’ve just discovered your blog, and am glad to have found it! Those tulips are gorgeous and the lamb is adorable.

Akila said...

Love the tulips and the pictures. Such cute finishes too

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