Monday, 18 November 2013

Hearty Hearts

 
 
 
It's been quite a while since the last time I crafted ... So as the inspiration to make these light paper heart garlands came over me, I didn't hesitate.
 
White hearts are light and airy, like snowflakes. They bring a wintery feeling to the livingroom - as we're waiting for the snow to fall, dreaming of a white Christmas.
 
I used paper from an older book, and some pearls I had at home - I'll post a more detailed DIY inspirational in the weekend.
 



"Hearty hearts" are swirling softly and creating shadow hearts on the window frames and walls... reminding that:
 
The greatest treasures are those invisible to the eye but found by the heart.
 
 
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I hope you have a good week,
 
Nina
 

Sharing with
 
Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday
Kent Weakley's Sweet Shot Tuesday
Communal Global Tuesday Around the World
 
I have added 2 layers of Kim Klassen's beautiful texture 1111 to these photos.



17 comments:

  1. Nina, these are beautiful yet the words you selected resonate what's in your heart!...:)JP

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  2. Hi sweet Nina! These hearts are simply beautiful and would look very pretty hanging around the home. I love the way you captured the heart's shadow - stunning! And your words are absolutely precious :) Thank you for sharing and may you have a blessed week. Hugs to you!

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  3. Hi Nina, those paper herats and the shadows they create are so pretty! And you've captured them beautifully!

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  4. Those DIY hearts are so lovely, love how you've centered the word dilemma. I can't wait to read about the detailed DIY project.

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  5. Oh, how beautiful, both the crafted hearts and the wonderful shadow photo!

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  6. The shadow photo is my favorite, love the quote too. What a great project.

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  7. Beautiful. I love your hearts, your photos and your words.

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  8. These are lovely! And your quote is beautiful. I'm looking forward to learning how you made the hearts!

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  9. Love the shadow and the perfect quote for your artistic take! Looking forward to the tutorial! (Coming from Texture Tuesday)

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  10. Hi Nina! These little snowflakes are so airy and pretty! I bet they swirl in the breeze, or when the heat comes on. They almost glow in the sunlight. What a great idea to recycle old books? And you'll never know what kinds of words you'll get. That makes them so one-of-a-kind.

    Thanks for sharing your new project!
    Ceil

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  11. So pretty, Nina! I used to be extremely crafty, but don't find the time so much anymore. To sit down & create is always a pleasure. And handmade things are my favorite.
    Speaking of which, I haven't even had the time to create blog posts lately.. so busy! Our twins turned 16 and got their drivers license this week.
    We have dustings of snow here. Hoping your white Christmas is on it's way!!

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  12. These are amazing. Such a simple yet beautiful idea.

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  13. Beautiful! I also love your photo walk image from this week - how I'd love to go for a walk along there! My favourite photo walk is in one of the parks near where I live. It's a wonderful place - beautiful in every season.

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