My favorite Poppies

{Beautiful ceramics by Up in the Air Somewhere}

Time flies…but you might remember my post about me being invited by the lovely Jan from PoppyTalk to be one of the jurors for her Poppies Awards 2010 … well the jurors and I and all you who voted have made their decisions and the winners have been chosen

but today I would like to share with you some of my favorites, the ones I nominated or voted for … I'm not going to mention categories or rankings…just a selection of all the artists designers crafters that I admire and love …

1 :: Emma Lamb
2 :: dottie angel 
3 :: kg+ab
4 :: simple song designs


1 :: ink&spindle  
2 :: nesting emily 
3 :: the bucket tree
2 :: studio violet 

1 :: Pawling
2 :: Karen Barbe
3 ::
Rennes le chateau 
4 :: for me for you


1 :: skinny laminx
2 :: Kase-Faz
3 :: emedemarta
4 :: mrs eliot books


1 :: hindsvik
2 :: clever nette
3 :: hi tree
4 :: Bookhou at home

Hope you like my selection 🙂 I would like to thank Jan again for inviting me and I'm looking forward to the Poppies 2011… perhaps this post inspires you to try and become one of the winners next year!

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Ren

    I especially love the walnuts, reminds me of the silver peach pit necklace a good friend of mine made for me.

  2. Tuulikki Titine

    It must have been very difficult to vote as there was such a huge selection of wonderful artists and blogs to choose from.

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