Have you taken the time lately to stop and think about how loved you are?
And did you know that if you want to be and feel loved that you have to give and show love?
It truly is a continuous circle of giving and receiving.
I think that there is no truer saying than that of “Love makes the world go round!”.
I really do feel loved and it’s that thought that I had in mind when I decorated my kitchen table.
When family and friends come to visit I feel their love. . .there’s nothing quite like a big hug and kiss from a grand!
Excites me almost as much as a vintage treasure. JK!
I’ve had this vintage sewing machine for years. It was in a sewing cabinet and I really had nowhere to display it so after storing it for 5 years I finally took it out of the case and I love using it in vignettes!
love the soft pink of this crochet sheen.
The vintage linen towel was found at an estate sale. Look closely at that needle. Anyone know exactly what it was used for?
I pulled a couple of pincushions from my sewing room. The sweet Battenberg one was a gift from my cousin, Betty and I bought the wool heart years ago at a fabric store. It was love at first sight! The pretty doily was another estate sale find.
I corralled some luscious colored wooden spools of thread into a glass vase and tucked in a pair of vintage scissors.
I gathered the hearts I made together and placed them in my black and white dough bowl.
I recently picked up this roll of buttons on wire and thought it made the perfect garland to string throughout my ‘SEW Much Love’ vignette.
The wooden doll is a lavender sachet and a small pair of scissors are attached to the end. I ordered these years ago from Lillian Vernon.
The cupid plate that I made years ago by Modge Podging fabric onto the back of a clear glass plate seemed to be perfect for this vignette.
And yes, let’s add flowers. . .a few dried roses.
I filled the chippy red jar that I found earlier this week at a thrift shop with some of my vintage buttons.
My white linen tablecloth remains to be one of my favorites. I love how it hangs.
I had Sew much fun putting this together and I hope you enjoyed it!
Wishing you “SEW much Love”!