From Crochet to Collectables and other Interests
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I have several hobbies that I dabble in, I'm not an expert at any, but I like card making, scrapbooking, photography, making things out of FIMO etc.
But I really enjoy making simple flower arrangements or centre pieces for the family Xmas table. I'm by no means an expert or professional but its quite therapeutic, and I find it rewarding.
I Thought id continue to try join in with the lovely community on this site and forums, and upload some pictures.
Halloween is a big deal in our house (I am pagan, I know, i know another tree hugger ) so I made this last year
Which I was really pleased with, it took less than five minutes to do! The hardest part was hollowing out the pumpkin, which of course you can use in baking.
And this was centre at our Yule dinner table
This isn’t so much an arrangement as a nice idea of Easter/Ostara which I gave to mom.
Looks after: 1 husband, 2 sons, 2 cats 1 fish & 1 chicken:
Quidditch - Isa
I love the idea of the flowers in the pumpkin, that is really clever. Samhuain is a big deal in our house also, even more so this year as we are going to a pagan wedding in a scottish castle.
flower arranging used to be my hobby untill i took my NVQ in floristry changed my job and now get paid for some thing i love doing. don t get paid enough though but can't have every thing!
Wow that's an old thread. Can't even remember reading it first time round.
Now Watsn - on this forum the usual request is . Particularly for something as nice as flowers.
Welcome to the forum
It crossed my mind but ??????
A lovely hobby and your arrangements are very pretty. I have made dried flower arrangements in the past and plan to get bsck into it this year
I am now a widow and live with my memories.
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