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March 26, 2012


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Holy moly that's one of the most lovely things I've ever seen. I would lose so much time if I had that in my home, I wouldn't be able to walk past it without staring for AGEEEES! I LOVE it.


Got it! the most perfect birthday gift for a lovely friend. Well done Lucy and Caroline X

Odd Sox

This picture fills me full of happy.
That Caroline Rose is one very talented lady. :)


that is so hippy, funky and bohemian, i love it. Devinder :)


Wow, this is nothing but wonderful - looove it! :-)


Oh my goodness, what AMAZING work. So colourful and detailed and just all round gorgeous!

Truly Myrtle

It is absolutely gorgeous - what a clever lady! I think my favourite bits are the flower pots on the roof...magic!


It's beautiful! so cosy and warm!

Sarah A

How fun to see something you love come alive in ART!

Seaweed & Raine

Lucky, lucky you! :) Enjoy your new art work. I see hours of precise work in that piece. And it is lovely.
What a great start to the week. :)

Sinead Mansell

When I first started designing again, it was Caroline that just by chance I decided to contact for some help as I had seen her work on Etsy & she has been a great help & a source of inspiration ever since. Her work is wonderful & I too bought the twirly town for a friends baby. She is a natural when it comes to colour combinations.


It's lovely !!!!!!!


What a lovely post. The picture is really lovely. I love this style of art - its sort of innocent and happy. Lily. xxx


So lovely to see the whole process but even nicer for you to have been a part of it!
Love the way the bunting twists around the tree.

Do you have a particular wall in mind for this jolly creation?

B x


WOW!! I love love love love LOVE her work! How colourful and creative! I would love to have a proper work station like that and time to actually do beautiful artwork too. I know exactly what you mean about that piece perfectly capturing the outdoorsy, caravany feel. How lucky you are! Alice x

Kalamazoo Sue

What a visual treat!! It's wonderful. Lucy, thank you so much for making time to take us on the creative journey of the talented Caroline.


so long I didn't leave a comment on your blog! but I DO read it! love to look arround and see what you prepare for us, so charming, so cheerful.
How can I ask you about my WIP on crochet? better to write the coment here or in the right place (mean for a granny blanket, that I started and finished following your tutorial, but it seems to have the edge like a flamenca's dress. Do you know what I mean?
And thanks for sharing your trip with Caroline's work. It's true it is like YOU!!
Carla from Spain


Her work is fabulous. The intricacy and detail makes each piece sweet and delightful. Good job on your collaboration!


Hello Lucy, its Fab to see Carolines work featured in your blog. I have been a fan of hers for some time now. She was kind enough to donate a print to the silent auction in the Christmas Family Fun Day that i organised last year in aid of Bliss. Her work is stunning isnt it. So bright and vibrant, simple yet intricate. Thank you for sharing with us xx


A.Dor.Able! Love, love, love it!


Lucy, this is absolutely splendid! I am so drawn to detail, ornamentation, whatevery you want to call it. I get the fact that simplicity speaks volumes but details win me over.

I loved the way you presented this post. It is really good to see even the most talented artist has raw beginnings to his/her work. Of course!

Creating brings so much joy. I have just woven in a few details into some spring bunny rabbits I have been stitching up. Such pleasure.

Have a beautiful week. The weather here in Touraine is almost summery.


Oh no! It's gone! Will she print more? I immediately went to her Etsy shop and there was a big SOLD. I love her work so I may just have to settle for something else. I love her houses. Thanks for making me aware of her art, it's wonderful!

Susanne Tyree

What she does is what millions of scrapbooking lovers are doing everyday. Her work room resembles my daughter's work spot in her home where she makes greeting cards and other lovely things to sell. Caroline did an excellent job of capturing the idea you had for her.
Susanne :)

Lemur Lady

Fantastic! I love Caroline's work and it's fascinating to see a little peek into how a brand new piece comes to be. Lovely :)


Love, love, love this van

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