You have such a talent both for verse and origami, I love the origami flowers.
Thanks, I can't seem to stop making them :-)
Lovely Origami flowers and great verse, Amalia. Hope you have a great week. Barbara xx
:-)!Pretty, love the one with the bees!!!Lots of love from Mirjam.
Thanks, the tea wasn't bad either :-)
I do enjoy your little verses Amalia.
Thank you, Mitzi, I do have fun writing them.
Muito bonitas, até para decorar árvores de Natal.Abraços e ótimo dia.
Lovely origami flowers Amalia!
I must say your tea bags are beautiful..as well as the origami flowers!
Hi Amalia, these are beautiful origami flowers. You do have beautiful tea-bag envelopes. I love origami too!
The lovely teabags made very cute flowers. Love the poem, too.Have a wonderful day!
SO cute. I could make a banner out of those!
That is a good idea, Kim. I've made quite a few more and was wondering what to do with them.
My darling Amalia, with your sweetness and your phantasy you truly amaze me, you're such a wonderful lady !Thank you for this all,sending much dear loveDany
These are lovely.
Beautiful Amalia!! You always make the most beautiful things dear :)
Thank you Gloria, this is such a nice comment.
Nice pics! kiss! ☺
I love the little origami flowers made with teabags. How very clever!
What a sweet verse and pretty flowers xx
love these colors and the words are just too cute!
Your crafting and verse writing prompt me to smile at you via our computer screens, Amalia. Thanks for posting! :) I have been working on creating some verses and water color pencil/woodless pencil illustrations to go with them. I enjoy the creative process as I imagine you do as well which is something delightful we can share, yes? xx
I suspect we share a lot of things, Gracie, but the joy of creating is certainly one. I look forward to seeing your illustrations.
Did you make the origami flowers? They are sweet -- like your poem.
Yes, once I mastered the technique they were quite easy to make.
Sweet little flowers you created!
Your origami flowers are absolutely delightful!
What a good idea to use tea bags envelops to make those lovely flowers!
Those must be really wonderful teabag envelopes - you made such beautiful origami flowers with them. Amalia, I thought they were fabric quilt blocks, LOL. Love your very clever poem! I immediately starting thinking about seeing puffins dive and flying fish fly.
Well, it's a crazy world out there :-)
Lovely, Amalia---you are so creative! My daughter used to make origami jewerly. How clever you are! ♥
How beautiful. I'd love to be able to do something like this. And what a great poem! xx
So lovely and magical. :)
Your hands are really gifted amalia, never thought that those origamis are made out of tea papers! :)
Thanks, Steve, that is a lovely comment :-)
Wondeful makes and magical poem ... I love them both ! Hugs ...
What a brilliant idea.Loved the poem too!Happy Thursday WishesAll the best Jan
Oh, my heavens! These are absolutely adorable. Amalia, you just amaze me. I love your creativity! Hugs, Nancy (Adorable poem, too.)
Adorable! My tea bags are not that cute!!
Now that looks like a tedious job...very unique and quite lovley! And I love your little poem too...you are so creative!
Beautiful. :-) I love the poem too.Carla
Those look amazing the words are so lovely too! Sarah x
You have a sweet blog! And how talented you are amning such lovely little flowers out of Tea bags :)! Have a nice weekend. Greetings from Sweden,~ Maria ~
Thank you, Maria, for visiting me for the nice comment.
So cute! I love that poem, Amalia. You really do have one of the cutest blogs :)xo,rue
Now that is a compliment, Rue!
These are so pretty and so clever. Love your poem too.
Those are so pretty!!! xoxo Su
Wonderful dear! xoxo
gosh, those are pretty!
You make the lovliest things and yout rhymes are adorable!!
Those are just wonderful.Hugs,Meredith
So creative, Amalia!
Very lovely ORIGAMI !!!And that Japanese print is so cute :))I would like to find some prints like it from my son's room.akiko
I got the print from a Japanese magazine - Coming Home! My favorite :-)
Oh my your flowers are just gorgeous!! such pretty patterns they made!
WOW Amalia, love the origami flowers. So pretty with the design. Sweet verse too. Have a nice weekend. cm
Hi Amalia,I think this is so pretty, clever and creative of you. I used to oragami when I was little.Enjoy the weekend.Julie xo
I really love origami but I do not have the patience to make them. Good thing my daughter loves to learn and make them. :)
So lovely...the prints lend themselves beautifully to origami...
You have much patience to create these origami flowers!
These are just beautiful Amalia, and I love the sentiment too. My daughter in law is Japanese, and used to make lovely jewelery from origami cranes, but that is on hold as she has a one year old! She has actually now got into crochet. I think she would enjoy your lovely blog.
Thanks, Jane! The crane is on my list of things to learn :-)
Love the delightful discussion between father and son! Your origami flowers are fall fabulous!Happy Sunday, Amalia!xoPoppy
✿༽ Flores que também são preciosos mosaicos.Ótima semana!Beijinhos.✿✿ه✿✿ ܓ
Little WONDERMENTS here, love the tea bag flowers,.My daughter has made origami paper ornaments for a holiday tree, there just so sweet with creative printed papers.Thank you for your beautiful words over at my place.See you soon beautiful thinker of wonder.XxDore
How creative Amalia! Brilliant! xoxo Jen
They are just delightful! Very creative indeed!-)Hugs,Yelena
Thanks Yelena. I'm glad that you and your amazing blog are back.
I really love this quote, Amalia. Did you write it? These origami flowers made out of tea bag envelopes are so cool.~Sheri
Yes, writing the little poems is the best part :-)
I love your beautiful origami, Amalia. Just lovely. And the poem - so sweet.
Lovely Amalia - the sweet poem is so nice too :)
Wow - you and I have had quite a Japanese zen thing going on! Love your origami, I can just picture you sipping your tea and making your flowers, beautiful!Brill words too :)Have a happy weekWren x
I do! I love all things Japanese!
Wow, these are beautiful crafted flowers! Something so ordinary is transformed by your talent :)
That is a lovely way of looking at it, Liz, thanks!
Youa re so delightful, Amalia! And your origami stars are simply lovely. Hugs to you!
Okay, these are absolutely adorable! And I love that you have little matching poems!! :-)
Thanks for visiting me, Benita :-)
Great origami and it seems very fitting to make them out of tea bag envelopes. Have a great week. xx
Beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Have a nice day !Anna
Isn't that clever? At first I though your flowers (or stars?) were made of fabric with the english-paper piecing method. In any cases, they are gorgeous. Amazing.Pinned and shared on G+
Wow what gorgeous origami flowers and fun idea.Hugs Diane
I love your beautiful origami, Amalia ! You are talented !Greetings
I love origami and these little flowers are just so very sweet. Wishing you a lovely day Amalia.Hugs,❤️Ana
Wow! What beautiful origami, and I loved the choice of the little rhyme to accompany your creative talent! Have a blessed and beautiful day dear Amalia :)
Beautiful origami Amelia! Love the poem too. So charming!
Your poem is delightful as is the origami, Amalia!
If you hadn't said what these were I'd have thought they were fabric stars using english paper piecing! Amazing. So pretty.
Good Morning, Amalia! Your origami flowers are so sweet and so unique! Love them!
These are adorable!
Amalia you have been visiting my blog and leaving such kind comments over the months ... thank you! And now I have read back for the past little while through your most recent posts in trying to catch up with yet another beautiful blogger. I loved the photos of Scotland with all their hills, lochs & ruins. Your tour through Kibbuts Regavim I found even more interesting. It seems everyone has the same idea there ... beat the heat! Such inventive ways to relax in the shade and cool down. Your niece is a cutie, and the shot of her playing on the worn piano is delightful! I don't want to clutter your inbox with all my thoughts on every post, but I really enjoyed catching up with you and seeing your sweet embroidered and crocheted makes too. The last origami flowers are so pretty, and I thought at first they were a quilt square. Have a wonderful week!Wendy x
Thank you, Wendy, enjoy the weekend.
This rhyme has a lovely, classic, timeless feel to it. And your origami stars are gorgeous. I thought they were paper pieced fabric ones to start with and it's made me want to make some fabric paper pieced ones now.
Love the Fall colors in the origami. I have no talent for it, but can certainly appreciate it from afar.
It's been so long since I've tried origami. It is a beautiful art! I wish I had such lovely tea bags are you do!
They are so cute and pretty ... love them. No wonder you can't stop making them. And what a thoughtful bit of rhyme to add to this lovely post!Brendaxox
How lovely - great rhyme and wonderful origami:)
Amalia, you're a very talented person. I like your poem. Origami also is beautiful. Regards:)
Thanks so much for stopping by!!Hugs,Debbie
You are SO clever! I love the little flower with the bees!