Sunday, June 20, 2010

Oldies but goodies




No explanation needed if you are a certain age.
Remember all the ways we used rick rack?
Aprons and skirts were so charming.
Walking down nostalgia lane!

9 comments:

Lottie said...

What a brilliant idea - fantastic flowers

Petite Michelle Louise said...

oh these are ever so sweet. i am going to have to give them a try. they look easy enough but i may be coming back and beggng for a "written" tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

Home and Heart said...

I LOVE ric-rac (as it was called when I was "younger") I had forgotten these! Thanks for the reminder! they are so cute!

Createology said...

I am definitely of a certain age and remember ric rac and making these flowers. I too love the look of ric rac on edging of most anything. Thank you for sharing. Happy creating...

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

I'm THAT age too Lilla!!!

I have always LOVED ric-rac. When I was a little girl last Century!!LOL, my mother made me beautiful little dresses with pants to match (usually in a sweet floral print) and she often added ric-rac.

I'm going to give these ago - but where's the ric-rac??!!

Thankyou for sharing Lilla.

Virginia L. said...

SO awesome! I found your blog through Pinterest!! Thanks for sharing!!

anna mack said...

I love these this is a nice craft we can do to sell hair pieces

iris said...

hello
j'ai fait les petites fleurs
merci du partage
tendresse
edith (iris)

jannette , jansfabfairies said...

ooh i think they would look great on my quilts, must try and make some, i also love ric rac, jannette x