Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Orange Overload

Well I can knock one thing off my to do list for this week.....To finish my orange postcards. I have made 6 altogether to complete this swap. The first 6 I completed are back here. For this second lot I decided rather than do a batch I would make them all individual.
I wanted a 'something to do in front of the TV project' so apart from the edging they are all hand stitched.

Stitch Sampler

Three Leaves
Buttons and Beads
Lonely Leaf
Lace Garden
Crazy Orange Daisies

Are you seeing Orange. I am and I love it, I could work with orange until the cows come home :)

15 comments:

kay susan said...

These really are very, very nice! I like stitch sample and the leaves best............

Debra Spincic said...

Like these postcards very much-less is more!

StegArt said...

I really like this batch. My favorite is 'lonely leaf'

zquilts said...

These are truly marvelous. One can nevr have TOO much orange!

MadyH said...

Very nice - I particularly like the three leaves.

Fran├žoise said...

Beautiful postcards!

Purple Missus said...

And this is what makes your pieces all so special - because you are working with a colour you adore.
A lot of people are hand stitching in front of the TV at the moment - seems like its catching on. :)

Alis said...

I love them all. Gorgeous work.

Kim said...

Wowsers! What a marvelous color sampling, and the simplicity of the work fairly glows. I couldn't choose just one, they are like potato chips, I want them all.

Barbara Cheeseman said...

What lovely postcards. Simple design and very effective. And i like orange too!

MargaretR said...

These postcards are really wonderful and I also love orange.

Doreen G said...

I like how you have stitched on these postcards and the colour is lovely

Annette J said...

They are great Angela very arty and I love orange too.

Lug Annette

Patti G. said...

Your orange postcards are glorious Angela! I could LOOK at your orange post cards until the cows come home! :0)
Hugs,Patti

Amanda said...

Really beautiful cards; I never liked orange before!