07 August 2007

Unpacking my bags

Home sweet home! I love to travel but there's nothing better then to come back home after a trip. I kick my shoes off and make a cup of coffee, check my mail (No bills :-)!!!) and e-mail. Thanks to everyone who's been visiting my blog while I've been away! Alis, Neki, Jodi, Susan, Waltraud, Barbara, Dianne, Jude and Vero Thank you for commenting! It's been great to hear from you all!





Here are some of the treasures I brought home this time.
Seashells and stones from the beach in Denmark.
Inks from Ljunggrens in Stockholm. A shop you don't want to miss!




And of course, my new baby! I'm off to play! See you!

9 comments:

Stitching with Schnauzer and Siamese said...

What a wonderful selection of inks for you to enjoy. I suppose we will not hear from you for a few days, whilst you play with your new toy. Looking forward to seeing the results. ( I also thought the photos of the ropes on the Polish ship were extra-ordinary.)
Best wishes
Maggie

neki desu said...

can i come and play with you:)?
great picts btw.
neki desu

Happy House Quilts said...

I can't wait to see the first creation! Whoo hoo! Welcome home!
Jodi

Luci F said...

Welcome home! It looks like you had a great holiday and have lots of inspirational material for your new toy.
Luci

Waltraud said...

I think you had great holidays and thanks for all the lovely photos. I am sure you will enjoy your new stuff and your new embellisher. I´m looking forward to your new results.

Alis said...

I love the shells and stones. Are you going to make something with them?

Look after that new baby ;0)

Micki said...

Welcome back. Nice keepsakes. Love the rope pics. I guess you will be busy now with your new embellisher.

Susan said...

Hi!
I've really enjoyed your wonderful pictures, especially the detail shots that show the character of a place. I know you will love your new "baby", and thanks for the comments on my blog too.
Susan

ArtChic said...

Ohhh, nice one.... I would love to join you on that purchase, just bought some sari silk waste, I think it would be very interesting to use with the embellisher. But you know that I bought a wheel, cant convince the husband to go for a babylock too! LOL!