Friday, May 15, 2009

Bridal Hankies

FYI ~ Natasha invites you to share your embarrassing stories. If you want a laugh . . . just pop on by and read the many funny posts that have been shared. I added one of my own, LOL.
I washed these pretty hankies yesterday ~ they were very clean to begin with, but they iron better when they are a bit damp. It doesn't take long to give them a quick press. They are so pretty!

Lots of lace and embroidery is this group ~ pretty for summer weddings

This one is by far the most detailed.

I love the tone on tone ~ pink and white ~ below

The tiny roses and lace detail make this one special

The organdy petals are actually appliqued to the lace for a 3D effect. Neat!

Cider says "Hello" and thank you for all the well wishes : )

Have a great weekend !


The French Bear said...

Ahhh...... hello pupppppyyyyyy you're sooooo swweeet!!! I just want to pet you!!!!! Sooooo cuuuteee!!!
Oh yes, I love the hankies, they are BEautiful!!!!
Margaret B

Kathy said...

Oh Cider, I just want to hug your neck. Such a sweet face. Those are so elegant and beautiful. Have a good weekend.

The Victorian Parlor said...

Hello Cider! That is such a sweet face!

The hankies and linens are lovely! I spray mine with Lavender Linen Spray from Crabtree & Evelyn when I iron them. It really takes out the wrinkles and leaves a wonderful scent:)



Chrissie said...

Glad you are doing better sweet Cider. It has taken a while hasn't it. Ben sends you a big woof and hopes you are ALL better soon.

What gorgeous hankies. So much prettier than the 'tissues' I tend to use these days :)


ccna said...

Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

lorhen82 said...

Karen, your linens are beautiful! Cider has one of the sweetest faces ever, and I just want to hug her and kiss her little nose! I'll have to go check out some of the embarrassing stories now...thanks for sharing! ~Lori

Natasha Burns said...

Hello Cider!!! She's so adorable :)
Love the beautiful hankies, they're so pretty.
Thanks for the shout out and for sharing your embarrassing story with us on my blog! :)

Rosalind Nzinga Nichol said...

Hi: Your vintage bridal hankies are just beautiful! I collect vintage handwork and use some in my work as a papermaker. So, with probably about 500 pieces of collected lace/linens myself, you can imagine how much I have enjoyed viewing your collection this morning. Thanks for sharing. Rosalind

TattingChic said...

It's nice to see Cider out of the cone! What a face!

Karen, those hankies are absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing! I love the hairpin lace one, too! Very extravangant hankies! :)

Piney Rose said...

Oh how beautiful these hankies are! I have some beauties myself.

Reflections from the Stone Nest said...

A big hug to Cider! I can just see myself petting his little nose! So sweet! Those hankies are gorgeous. You have such beautiful linens. They are all beautiful in their own right, aren't they?

have a great week

Nancy said...

Hi Karen...
Hope you enjoyed the long weekend! Looks like you had nice we froze! Cold, rainy...going down to -1C tonight.

Beautiful delicate and pretty.

And Cider...what a doll! Love that sweet face.

Have a great week!
Hugs, Nancy

Anonymous said...

Love the the hankies, very pretty....

The Green Pea said...

Oh, sweet little puppy face. Sandi