28.3.11

trivet






14 comments:

Séverine said...

Quelle bonne idée, c'est ravissant, et bravo pour la parution :)

sha-ne-no said...

Oh c'est chouette ! ça me donne envie d'essayer !
Samantha

jane said...

one word... love!

fanja said...

what a nice project, it looks quite relaxing to do as well
congrats for the magazine mention xx

Paul & Paula said...

I love felt balls. I have quite a good collection here as well... great idea :)

Happy Monday!

Yanyan said...

Thanks for sharing this!! I can't wait to start my own DIY felt balls project! :)

baby boom said...

carino e originale!

Janis said...

Congratulations about the Baby Cloud!

Love the felt balls too - how fun those are. The felt balls in the first photo reminds me of a sugary breakfast cereal I used to eat as a kid!

fliss said...

look at all those beautiful felt balls.... they have play with me written all over them. Have fun and happy to hear you are feeling better.x

nathalie said...

very cute. i want to see what else you come up with! by the way, i love your tea pot, i've been searching for the perfect tea pot for years now and i still can't find it. my ideal is something like you have above, but bright pink!

Kylie said...

Oh I'm loving these felt balls!! So gorgeous on their own but just fantastic as a teapot holder :) Thanks for the links Alessandra. Kx

Isabelle said...

I am very much into felt these days ... lovely project, thanks for sharing !!

christine said...

oooh, i like it!

Studio mhl said...

love these and the colours are so wonderful and delicate
(I'm trying to find out more about the quilt on my blog, might take some time, but I'll let you know!)