Friday, December 31, 2010

Sachet Just Listed

Pretty and Romantic, this strawberry sachet is filled with dried lavender buds grown in the U.S.A.
Made with cotton that showcasing lovely pink roses, I decorated the top with ribbons and florals. I just happened to have a lovely piece of netting with faux pearls and sequins, so I also used that for the front. There is also a vintage glass button.....so sweet and smells good too!! :)
This and more can be found on my website, Someplace In Thyme.

11 comments:

  1. Oh Char....that is so sweet!!! Happy New Year girlfriend......cleo

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  2. Your pink sachet is lovely. Thank you for visiting me on PS too. Happy New Year!

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  3. Thank You for your thoughtful wishes. The Berry turned out very cute. So feminine. Here is to you dear Lady my your new year be full of accomplished goals that satisfy and never condemn

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  4. HELLO CHAR :)

    I WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! AND YOUR SACHET IS GORGEOUS :) I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS ON BEHALF OF MY DEAR COUSIN CINDY :)THEY MEAN THE WORLD TO MYSELF AND MY FAMILY :)

    HUGLETS~XO~MARI

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  5. Char, the details of your sachet are beautiful. Have a Happy New Year and a very Pink Week.

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  6. Why Char, this is just so beautiful!!!! I love the combinations of lace and flowers and all that yummy pinkness!!!!
    I am creating today again....more shoes!!!
    Bless you!
    Margaret B

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  7. Hi Char,
    your sachet is gorgeous and love its rose pattern.
    wishing you and yours a HNY 2011.
    rita

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  8. What a lovely sachet! I have a bowl of dried lavender buds that I have been planning to use on a sachet - perhaps I will try my hand at one.

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  9. Hi Char,
    so pleased to meet you here in blogland. Thanks so much for your sweet comments. I know taking down the decorations is sort of boring after the glitter of lights and beads and metallic +mas bulbs and all. I have decided to leave my snowmen up for January anyway.
    The things you create are simply gorgeous. Very talented my dear. So neat you have been married 38 yrs. too. Love to see that!! We just had our 40th in November.
    You have a wonderful New Year, and thanks so much for coming by,
    Blessings, Nellie

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