Thursday, January 8, 2015

Anne Boleyn and a Tudor Rose

Well, I've been playing with the Altoids tins again.  Here is Anne Bolelyn:

Inside top of the lid - Henry VIII and Anne embellished with crystal cabochons :

Bottom, inside of tin - 20th Century portrait of Henry VIII and Anne hunting:

A miniature, magnetized pin cushion (1.5x2.5 inches) with Anne Boleyn's motto, "The Most Happy":

Since I was on a "Tudor-toot", I completed this needle book - The Tudor Rose:
Hope you all are well - Take care -

20 comments:

  1. That portrait of Anne Bolelyn is pretty. Any ideas on the name of the painter?

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    1. No - I found it on this blog, but couldn't translate…..http://nethistory.mirtesen.ru

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  2. Oh I love your needle book! And the facelift you're done to the blog!!

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  3. As a great fan of the Tudor era, I just love this tin. beautiful stitching and finishing. The needlebook is lovely too.

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  4. Such sweet work!!!! Lovely Kim xxx

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  5. You are so obviously enjoying yourself! Good for you. Great fun. Stay warm!

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  6. Love what you have been making

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  7. Love the time, and the needlebook.

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  8. This is gorgeous! It's amazing how those Altoids tins can be given such a transformation. Your work is so pretty ")

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  9. Wow your needlework is looking wonderful hugs .

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  10. Love it! This is such a great idea. Lovely job, Kim! :D

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  11. Really love your needlebook, Kim, and what a great new Altoid tin finish :)

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  12. I love tin boxes made into something that tell a story!May I pin that?AriadnefromGreece!

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  13. The altoid tin is looking great. And so is the Tudor needleboob. I have it in my stash as well but still unstitched.

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  14. You are on a roll with the Altoids Tins! Great job! I have one I use for my stitching as well. They are wonderful!

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  15. The Tudors is my favourite history topic I love it when it comes round to this topic at school

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