Today I delivered these flower topiaries to be given away to our empowering and inspiring women in Technology at work. I started making these Spiral Bouquets last year as token to our IWD speakers and I am glad my colleagues re-considered me for this year’s continuing IWD engagements!
I was really nervous about how these will turn out. As you can see, I deviated from my typical color combinations and pastels. But thank God everything turned out fine and cute just the same.
I’ll be working on 2 more but will rest for a bit. It’s 3 am by the time I finished these 4. Can you believe it? Well, as they say… Time flies when you’re having fun!
And now I am super duper ultra mega sleepy! But I am happy. 🙂
To God be the glory! 🙂
There is an endless world to crafting. One can craft all day and all night and still have a million other things to do. Especially now that everything seems available over the internet, how does one decide which to and which not to craft?
Don’t choose. Just do it all! Or at least try it all. 😋
And I’m sure among the many things you make, there are those that you’ll fall in love with. A craft that you will want to focus on. A craft that you will do all over again.
In my case, I love almost anything paper, felt or fabric. Yeah, yeah. Still vast, I know.
But if I may narrow things down, I love flowers and owls!
Just like this one.
I have always wanted to make a spiral bouquet ever since I received one from mommy Editte. I was never confident I’d do a good job at it, but I tried anyway. And I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.W ell I could. And I did. Hahaha.
Sabi ko nga kay Meeya, eh kasi yung order nya, nanganganak!
For a time, I loved making these spiral bouquets I felt really blessed for opportunities that came then. I actually had the honor of making more of these topiaries to give to 3 inspiring and empowered women from our company:
Ayiiii! Now I wanna create more. But first, I need to ‘create time.’ Hahaha. If you know how to craft time, lemme know, will you?! 😂
Kidding aside, I hope you enjoyed this post.
To God be the glory!