Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Beige Moses Basket

I had to make a Moses Basket for a baby boy, so I used lots of beige and cream silk for the outside and cotton for the inside.
This time I made net and lace flowers to decorate the bed, it was my first time making these flowers and I think they came out nicely.

Today I am busy making the same Moses Basket but in pink with cream lace, mint green ribbons and flowers, just like Marie Antoinette's dress, very girly and sweet.

 A boy's bed with all that lace you ask??   I say... why not!

 A long cushion I made a while ago and can't part with.

I have this soap hanging on my cupboard door.

Here are the details of the hanger, I used Yardley soap and can change it when the smell fades.

I love these flowers, I have to keep them indoors because it is too hot outside and I don't have a garden,
later I can dry them and enjoy them for a very long time.
I hope you have a nice week.

On Wednesday I will be joining  Show and Tell Wednesday ,
                                                    Wow us Wednesday
                                             and  White Wednesday


  1. Hi Angela, Everything looks just beautiful! How nice that hisistes to put the soap in bathroom, very good idea, it gives smell and decorating at a time. Greetings, Rose Marie

  2. I am just blown away by this!! It is outstanding and belongs featured in a magazine. Well done!!!
    I am you newest follower and I hope you drop by my blog sometime and become a follower.

  3. Absolutely beautiful. I love everything. What a unique idea of the soap to hang for the scent. ~~Sherry~~

  4. So beautiful. You do great work. Thanks for joining WUW.

  5. I game to your site via Kim @ Savvy Southern Style! Thanks Kim! Then I read where you live......you are the second blogger I've run across this week that lives in Dubai. My daughter and son-in-law have lived there for a while now and seem to enjoy it. I will pass this on to her. I love everything I've seen and agree with the comment that work this excellent should be in a magazine. Some of your photo layouts look professional enough to be in one as they are! You are a phenomenal talent and I know you will be recognized as such. I will be following from now on....thank you for the beautiful things you make and for
    allowing us to share them.

  6. Wow, the baby basket is way to pretty to put a baby in! lol! Lovely work!

  7. Hi Angela,
    Found you via Pinterest.
    Love your beautiful creations and
    am a follower now.

    Wilma, Shabby Royale.