Oh how I wish I could...dreams of poetic licence applied to tiny trotters....toe shoes for the sweet pea and green galoshes for the thistle.. oops, you've got me daydreaming of faeries crowding all the bushes. It's after midnight so it's time for bed.Good night oh Faerie Queen.
What an absolutely lovely blog, I love your fairy shoes, I can see them in gold and red and having pride of place on an extra special Christmas tree.
Arija -'There sleeps Titania'xxJo - Wouldn't it be nice. . .Acornmoon - That is high praise indeed, from such an accomplished artist!Thanks for visiting, please, please come back!
Oh how enchanting! I love the cobweb blue shoes!
Oh the people who get to attend this workshop with you... I hope they know how lucky they are... these are the most beautiful little delicate boots... they delight me...
Oh, if only!
Robyn - if only they would sit still while they're being fitted!Gwen -I'm sure that I'm the lucky one. I get to earn a little money and play all day. . .Pamela - I'll save you a chair. Edward and Rowan can play in the field with Emin and Gormley the two pot-bellied pigs, and Tilly, the Burmese Mountain dog.x
Oh, Annette!I so wish I could be well-heeled enough to take the fairy shoe class (pun intended)!Sitting at the feet of the Divine Mrs. Emms would be lovely!Blessings,DinaFeeling giddy and dreaming of your incredible textile works!
Dina - wouldn't that be nice!Come to think of it, I'd quite like to visit your studio and witness those amazing gowns taking shape. . .xx
Your fairy shoes are the sweetest.How about an on line class for those of us so far away?
Your blog is so magical that i just know we would be kindred spirits.Those faery shoes have surely been left behimd by faeries dancing barefoot in a faery ring !
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