I just love the idea of capturing the charm of Dutch canal house architecture with embroidery, don't you? This fabulous idea, shown in progress, is brought to you by Pam over at gingerbread snowflakes, and I can't wait to see the finished project! And thanks so much for Pam for not only contacting me, but contacting me at just the right moment when I was really in need of a crafting post to break up all the travel posts, and this couldn't be more perfect!
Interestingly enough, a blogging friend of Pam's, who lives in Haarlem, saw my post here, about our recent visit to the gorgeous city, and emailed Pam to tell her about it. And as it turns out, Pam and I are actually acquainted with one another from the blogging world. Small little crafty world, right?
And the blue and white theme would make this just perfect for Chanukah, don't you think? You could even embroider some Chanukah menorahs in some of the windows!
Come to think of it, I just love the idea of preserving some memories from travels in the form of embroidery! Maybe I'll just have to find some great images from some of my recent photos and get to work! Thanks so much for the inspiration Pam, and once again, here's the link to the post on her fabulous blog, gingerbread and snowflakes!
I sure would love to start an embroidery project, how about you?