TAG | grafstuk

Mar/12

4

Occupied

After having this high fever I went back to work, not completely feeling 100 % myself , but ok. When I came home last Monday I got a message 2 people called me  and asking me if I was able to make a funeral flower piece.  Two funerals in one week…  wow.. As I really love making flower arrangements I said yes.

viltalakim, roos, grafwerk

So Thursday I started with making all these flower arrangements and just when the first one was finished I got a call: The grandmother of my Husband died that morning.. She was 92 yrs old.  I was so touched and upset I couldn’t  continue working at the arrangements for one or 2 hours..  I also offered to make the funeral piece for grandma, but they didn’t want me to make it :( ……

Here are some picture of the pieces I made for the funerals for Friday and Saturday.

viltalakim, grafbalk, ondergrond, bloemschikken

The bases is also made by myself, used a saw, and a screwing machine….

bloemwerk

grafwerk, kiststuk, flowers.

This piece was made to place on the coffin.

grafwerk, bloemstuk, begrafenisAnd this was a smaller one but in the same style

grafwerk, kiststuk, bloemwerkThe second piece

grafwerk, kiststuk, funeralpiecefinished

Two totally different flower arrangements… one with many colors and one in only one… I cannot say which one is my favourite… I like them both :)

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Jan/12

20

Warm Hands

So last evening I had 3 lovely ladies here coming over to learn how to felt. They never felted anything before but look how nice the results are.

 viltalakim, workshop, viltem, felting, gloves, wristwarmers

After they went home I still needed to make a  flower arrangement for a funeral..  this is what I made at midnight time:

hope it also looks good in daylight…

Now I feel so tempted to felt some of them too for myself. (the mittens I mean, hihi’).. hmm may bee not such a  bad idea :)   Enjoy your day!!

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