Today I'm joining Wen Sylvestre's Simply neutrals Party at
First up, a photo of Lillian Pearce the lady whose wedding dress I featured in my last 'Simply Neutrals' post. I've been volunteering to take photos at my local museum in Moruya, Australia. You can see the Moruya Museum here on Facebook
Lillian Pearce married William Hunt in Newtown, Sydney in 1913. She is wearing a cape over the dress, so it looks different here. You can see it peeping through at the bottom.
Some vintage lace and a rose up close...
Next, a collage of neutral objects and vintage lace. The vintage scales are an op shop find - sadly they don't work.
Some vintage doylies and a cotton reel....
A little glimpse of my craft room with the vintage scales....
I love this image of a pattern in the sand as the waves retreated from a rock half buried
on the beach...
Finally, I had a play in Photoshop with a beautiful frame from
I love to sing traditional Irish, Scottish and English ballads and folksongs, and I hope I might pick up a few singing hints from this old book. If you'd like to hear me, I have just one recent recording of a simple folk song called 'Laddie Lie Near Me'. You can hear it here:
Our band, Ballyhooley, are playing at the Turning Wave Irish Music Festival at Yass (NSW Australia) this weekend. Ballyhooley's Facebook page is here:
Thanks Wen for hosting this Simply Neutrals Linky Party. Have a wonderful week, everyone. (smile) Spring is here - hooray!
You can check out Wen's blog AppleApricot
The theme is neutral coloured beauty, found, made
or bought this week. You can post anything in cream, white, beige,grey, silver and brown.
Until next time,