Sonntag, 21. Oktober 2012

Dried and culinary herbs

It's autumn and so it's the best time for making herbs in miniature. Many inspirations everywhere in real.
So I decorated some culinary herbs on a sewing machine 

                                                              Some pots with lavender 



    Here you can see a collection of my dried herbs at a trellis I have made for a friend of mine. 

Kommentare:

Sans! hat gesagt…

WONDERFUL work, Jeannette. Just came from Natalia's blog and loving your black/red roses :).

carmen hat gesagt…

QUE BUENO!!

17-17 hat gesagt…

I really like the doors decorations,
well done.
Hugs
Magda

*Mieke*Petitevictorianrose*and*PastTimeChildhood hat gesagt…

Hi Jeanette, your herbs are sooooo beautiful, they look so realistic :)
Have a great Sunday !

Hugs Mieke xxx

The Old Maid hat gesagt…

Great works as usual Jeannette!
Hugs

Lavecinita hat gesagt…

Es que parecen de verdad,que buen trabajo,un beso.Rosa.

Michelle hat gesagt…

Jeannette, the herbs are just wonderful and so realistic looking!

Love, love the hanging dried herbs...you're are on my list...I WILL be back! :o)))

Michelle xxxx

miniacollection hat gesagt…

Great herbs! I love the drying ones.
Geneviève

Craftland minis und anderes hat gesagt…

Deine Kräuter sehen fantastisch aus.
Liebe Grüße Craftland

elvira hat gesagt…

Wow ..!! Wonderful work ..!!
Bravissima ..!!! :)
Baci baci
Elvira

Jorgelina Ferreyra hat gesagt…

precioso!!!

Giac hat gesagt…

Hello Jeanette,
I am keeping you in mind when the time comes to make a kitchengarden. Those herbs are just fantastic. Wow! you did such a tremednous job on them. VERY impressive.
Big hug,
Giac

Ruth Ramaekers hat gesagt…

What a lovely garden scene! I have a heart shaped punch that I bought to make flowers but I have to admit I haven't tried it. I'm intimidated by making flowers!
I will learn one day though because I would love to make a garden scene as a gift for my sister. She loves to garden so much!
Hugs from Canada,
Ruth

Catherine hat gesagt…

Congratulations! It looks like a beautiful article. I really wish I could get that magazine.