Friday, 1 June 2012

Ladies who Lunch

I am probably going to make these in to gift tags and list them in my Etsy shop.  They are very time consuming to make with their tea stained paper doily collars!  I would imagine there is a Maud and a Marjorie in the line up!

Thank you all for your good wishes for Gizmo.  I have had a long phone conversation with the vet and agreed to give Gizmo the prescribed antibiotics for a week and then take it from there.  I will update you with his progress.

Have a lovely weekend. x


Toffeeapple said...

Marjorie is wearing the hat with the flowers. They are marvellous Simone, I've never seen anything like them, well done.

Hugs for Gizmo, but very gently.

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Love the ladies, especially their facial expressions!! :)
Hugs to Gizmo and have a lovely weekend Simone,
Vivienne x

catkin tales said...

i came back to check for news of gizmo and am glad to see you've posted. i do hope sweet gizmo picks up soon xx
tea- stained doily collars! i like that :) you are so clever! the floral papers you have used are lovely too.
wishing you a lovely jubilee weeknd xxx

Lisa said...

I think the one on the end in green is called Prudence!
Hope all continues to be well with Gizmo.
Lisa x

Rosie said...

I think I've spotted Daphne amongst the ladies, too! Glad to hear about Gizmo hope he is feeling well again soon:)

sharon said...

Interesting to know that bit about the tea stained paper doily collars. Should you decide to put them in your shop be sure to note this detail as those "little things" bring value, authenticity, and originality to your work. They are very dear. Love the prints of their frocks, too.

A garden just outside Venice said...

So cute!
Glad to hear Gizmo is on the mend!

Judy Hartman said...

These are fantastic, Simone! They would also make lovely cards. Sorry I've been away from reading your blog - just catching up now!

Lyn said...

Oh dear I had missed your last post Simone, I do hope he gets better soon. Thinking about you and Gizmo.

millefeuilles said...

Dear Simone,

First, those tea sipping ladies are absolutely adorable. Iwould gladly take them home with me.

But this talk os Gizmo is bringing out a lot of emotions in me. I can imagine the fear, stress and anger you are experiencing right now. A sick pet is a difficult thing to experience; we love our animals so much and I always find it hard as they cannot explain their discomfort to us with words.

I recall my parents' cat, who lived until a ripe old age, coughing up hair balls in summer and vomiting too. I admire you for standing your ground with the vet.

I shall be following with interest and empathy.