Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Some filled jars for a friend!

Half term has sort of got in the way of mini creation since I came home from holiday...the kids & I have been visiting quite a few of the North East's attractions..if you ever find yourself in Durham try Beamish Museum..it's a "living" museum & a wonderful insight into the life of miners & farmers & their families in the 1800's.
I have managed to finish some jars for a good friend & I hope she likes them!



13 comments:

carmen said...

le gustan seguro!!

Eliana said...

Amazing!

cockerina said...

Oh! My mother prepares dried tomatoes packed in oil, in glass jars, just like these!
unbelievable seem real!
you will put them, too, on Etsy? :))
kisses, Caterina

PILAR6373 said...

Mmmmm!!! se ven deliciosos!!!!
Besos.

Nina in Germany said...

Very, very delicious.
Nina

Alma e Lia said...

Very nice, really...

Susanne said...

Both delicious and beautiful!
Love, Susanne

Janice said...

Lucky friend!

Make It Small said...

These are great - lucky friend indeed! Gill x

Cris Bottaro said...

Hello beautiful bottles, congratulations and kissing in the heart.

Garden of Miniatures said...

It's not only that I like them, I'm totally in love with the jars !!! You made them so great,every little detail of all the different sorts in such tiny glasses.For me it just inimitable and I thank you so much,that you did that for me !!!Hugs,Jeannette

Valéria said...

Olá querida, se está com vontade de comer deliciosos bolinhos, te convido a vim participar da festinha do meu blog que será realizada amanhã, faça presença viu??? Haverá sorteio das lembrancinhas e logo depois haverá o meu primeiro giveaway em comemoração ao 4º aniversário do blog... Por isso venha participar...Beijosss

Pauline said...

These are beautiful, then again a real full jar of goodies has the same effect, drool.