I had some lavender buds left over from last year’s harvest, so I made up eight new sachet bags from four vintage perfume and soap labels printed on cotton. They’re all backed with lavender calico.
Now that this house of wood has forcibly shifted my interior design tastes from Gustavian to French country, I wanted some new inspiration. As usual, I turned to the library. I can hardly turn off the lights at night for … Continue reading
Well, here’s my latest folly, which combines two of my great loves–lavender and toile de jouy. I had a big stash of lavender buds from last year’s harvest, so I stitched together some sachets from antique toile patterns printed on … Continue reading
During the busiest, craziest week of my life when we moved into an apt. and three lockers and cleaned out our house for sale and met with contractors about our new house, I squeezed out a visit a nearby thrift … Continue reading
I know I promised you labeled vintage bottles, but I went off on a tangent today and produced a series of soft bottles—little fabric print outs of old perfume bottles made into lavender sachets. I saw this idea on the … Continue reading
I had this inspiration a few days ago….lavender sachets that are little corsets. It turned out pretty well. Just printed the corsets (decorated with roses and cherries from The Graphics Fairy) on cotton, sewed them up with ribbon hangers, then … Continue reading
If you’ve been with me since the beginning, you know I grow my own lavender. I had a great harvest this year, which I just used to create these little sachets. I printed out some of my favorite Marie Antoinette … Continue reading