A Joint Project From The Summer

A Joint Project From The Summer

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I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and have managed to avoid the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.

Regular visitors will know that I’ve not been in the best of health for a very long time, and that over the summer I had to have an emergency operation as well as having various infections.  So I hadn’t done a lot of crafting.

Nor was I able to go out the garden and potter about with my raised beds and troughs like I usually do, or collect fresh flowers for my mother’s room every other day.  I had made her some small faux flowers that she has in a small vase over the winter (and have since made her some roses for her birthday which you can see – here). But during the summer my nephew and myself did a joint project to give my mother a small vase of different flowers to look at.

My nephew has a 3D printer, and I’ve shown you some of his work before, so he chose a vase from an assortment he’d downloaded from Thingiverse, which he adjusted the size and some parametors, and then printed out in some varigated PLA filament that I’d bought – only problem is that, because the vase was a small one, the whole vase printed out in one colour, but I think it’s the perfect colour for this project.

For my part in the project I took a Forever Flowerz Delightful Daisies making kit to bed with me and made up some flowers in several colours – using just the smaller sized daisy makeing layers.  There was also another flower I’d made up previously in my flower making box that I added for a bit of variety and interest.

Finished Vase

Finished Flowers

Finished Vase and flowers

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While I have some way to go before my health is back to even my not so good normal, I am feeling a whole lot better than I have been, so hopefully you will see more regular blog posts from me during October.

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3 Replies to “A Joint Project From The Summer”

  1. Hi Gwyneth what a gorgeous project you have made with your nephew. I am so sorry that you have been so poorly. I do hope things improve for you soon. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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