because art is a daily practice
Dan Ackroyd is one of the funniest men alive. Saving the leaves, what a good idea, your sachets are charming. It makes the clothes smell so nice. xox Corrine
What a great idea! I think I might actually have the skills to try this one!
i can smell your summer from here!
Great way to repurpose. I did the same thing with one of my husband's old button-ups that had stains. Hope you are having a great day. Tammy
I just caught up on your last three posts... The sachets are lovely... form your beautiful lavender. I kind of like the lavender mummies... but then I'm kind of partial to dyed and stripped muslin... What a cool idea for the zentagles!
Oh I can smell them from here! What a great idea. I have a front yard full of lavender!
Great idea to put them in the dryer and very pretty re-use :)
lavender, what a wonderful plant. and these little sachets are so sweet.
mmmmmmm!reminds me of lovely, lazy summer days . . .
gentle . soft and sweet!
These look so homely and French, and I bet they smell amazing too.....what a good idea to put them in your clothes dryer. I love your zentangle from your previous post ( sorry didn't get around to comment ) I think it is so beautiful and full of life and personality ( can a drawing have personality ? ) Any way, it's fantastic and then what you did with it and made that cute little box for all the pieces to go in.....ooooh just too creative ! love it ! xx
Never even thought of saving the leaves...so cleaver! I also love the soft tee fabric!
Such a great idea! I love that you are using leftovers on both accounts to make these sachets. Awesome!
I wish I could get lavender to grow in my area. I even bought a bush this spring, but it died within four weeks after I brought it home. I love how you recycle and upcycle. Nice choice of pillow sachets, too.
Seeing your sachets makes me want to go clean my closet. With lavender as the reward, maybe I just will!
simpleandperfectI can almost smell them across the miles!oxo
Ackroyd always cracked me up .. . the "hamburger/hamburger" skit used to be a 'thing' between me and my best friend. We'd laugh ourselves silly!Love that you've used old tee shirts to make these sweet little sachets. I love opening a drawer and smelling that soft, luscious scent! Hugs, Terri xoxo
I'm so glad you've posted this because I have wondered why in the heck the leaves weren't saved. So glad that you gave it a go!
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