Saturday, March 12, 2011

Painted Cross Stitch Wall

While enjoying a coffee with a friend this week, she said "have you seen the cross stitch painted on a wall?". I hadn't, so we hopped onto the computer and I was amazed at what I saw.
See for yourself.

I love it!!  Eline Pellinkhof is the creator. Visit her blog here, she is a freelance designer and illustrator and her blog is full of creativeness. Enjoy!!

We also got given a pumpkin during the week...just couldn't resist taking a photo of it with the 2 squash that are still looking like porcelein! (See a few posts back for more photos of the squash!).

I'm joining Beverly for Pink and Green Saturday.


Bayside Rose said... Reply to comment

I came across the painted cross stitch yesterday and was compleely gob smacked. There are some so very talented people out there!
Pam x

Bayside Rose said... Reply to comment

Aaaargh - spelling error - completely. x

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said... Reply to comment

Wow! That is truly amazing!
Happy Pink Green Saturday!

D.E. said... Reply to comment

That is really pretty I love it. Blessings, DE

Pip at Rest is not idleness said... Reply to comment

That is awesome and really easy to do, and when you got tired of looking at it you could just paint over it and then paint another one. Some lovely displays on her blog.

Donnie said... Reply to comment

What a lovely idea for the wall. I also love pattypan squash but I'm not familiar with the larger one.

Marydon said... Reply to comment

Oh, lawdy! I LOVE this cross stitch wall creation! AWESOME!

Happy St. Patrick's Day ~
Have a beautiful weekend ~


Debbie said... Reply to comment

That wall is truely amazing .....have never seen that before.

Country Wings in Phoenix said... Reply to comment

Happy Pink Saturday Annette Sweetie...

What a gorgeous share today. I love the rose painting on the wall in cross-stitch. I have never seen anything quite like this. I will have to go to her blog and visit. I thank you for the share.

Aren't the pumpkin and squash delightful? I am sure you will be making something really tasty from these.

I am Country Wings in Phoenix, your newest follower. I can't wait to see what you share next. Please stop over and say hello. I would be so thrilled to have you follow me as well. I love meeting new friends and sharing our day to day lives along the way.

Many country hugs sweetie, Sherry

LV said... Reply to comment

Thank you for sharing this. I have a lot of needlepoint, but never saw anything like this.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said... Reply to comment

That cross stitch painting on the wall is amazing and so pretty! I am your newest follower and look forward to seeing more! Linda

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said... Reply to comment

Just love that cross stitch wall, Annette!
What a great idea!!
I also wanted to mention to oyu that my middle name is Annette!!



Kay Ellen said... Reply to comment

Soooo pretty!! I love your art on the wall!!
Beautiful Pink Saturday to you :)))

Kay Ellen

Fun With This and That said... Reply to comment

That is something else .You have allot of time to do that on a wall. Love it. Have a safe and fun day Laura

Bev C said... Reply to comment

Hello Annette, such a beautiful post. Cross stitch on the wall is just beautiful. Hope you get to make something yummy our of the pumpkin.
Have a great weekend.

Wanda Metcalf said... Reply to comment

Wow that really is neat on the wall. Who was the smarty pants that thought that one up? ; ) When I was little my grandma had fabric paints in a tube with a tip like a ball point. She did cross stitch with them, they were so pretty!

I enjoyed looking around your blog I am a new follower!

Naturally Carol said... Reply to comment

Hi Annette, isn't that painted cross stitch a fantastic idea..very do-able! Thanks for showing it.

Terri Morse said... Reply to comment

That is the neatest thing! I would have never thought to do that. Thanks for the great idea! Terri

Lynn said... Reply to comment

Hi Annette, Such an interesting wall design. Fascinates me. Will hop over to her blog later today. Love all kinds of squash, both to look at and eat. Thank you for sharing your pink and green. I was on vac and did not realize it was Pink and Green, so mine is just pink.

Beverly said... Reply to comment

Welcome to your first Pink Saturday, Annette. I am so glad you joined us, and I hope you will continue. I can see by your blog that you are a lover of pink. I clicked to be one of your followers, and I hope you will follow my blog, too.

I love this crosstitch on the wall. What a clever idea, and it looks fantastic.

Rhonda said... Reply to comment

What a beautiful blog you have!! I love the cross stitched painted wall!!!
This is the first week I have participated in Pink Saturday and I am having so much fun! I have met so many wonderful bloggers!! I am a new blogger; therefore, I am just learning!
I am now a follower of your blog...I hope you will drop by my blog for a visit!!
Looking forward to getting to know you!
~~~rhonda~~~ xoxo

pinkim said... Reply to comment

It's very pretty here...I love the idea of the painted cross stitch...I love all of your pink and have decided to follow you.
Pinkim! TrulySimplyPink

Deanna said... Reply to comment

The cross stitch is just stunning. Loving the colors!

Happy Pink Saturday
Deanna :D

Sarah said... Reply to comment

That is awesome! I'd never seen that before...but I love it!

HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!

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