Thursday, March 3, 2011

I love my new Camera!

I have been spending a bit of time lately playing with my new camera.  I love it and I can definitely see that it was well worth the investment.  I have been out and about taking some shots of the bunting that I showed you in a previous post.  While it will take me a little while to work out all the things it can do I hope you too can see the difference in the quality of my photos (still need to work on setting up shots though!)

All the Easter Eggs I started a few weeks ago are now finished and so to are some bunnies that I started.  With my next Perth Upmarket only a few weeks away I have been stocking up on these.  I hope you have enjoyed making the ones in my Tutorial in the last post.  If you have made some I would love to see some pictures.  If you would like some ready made or a kit to make your own there are some in my Etsy shop.

 I have been sewing lots of Aprons lately.  This sweet cupcake Apron has been sent of to its new owner and I love my new Mannequin to help as a prop for my photos.  I came across her in a Secondhand store a few weeks ago while on the hunt for a mannequin and she was just perfect.  I also roped in one of my closest friends to model some of my Aprons for a Mother's Day Flyer which I will show you next post.  You can see lots of my Aprons on my Facebook page in the Apron Album.

We have been celebrating lots of birthdays recently and this year I thought I would go with a PJ theme.  They make a great present and I love choosing fabric that I will think will go with each kids personality.

A special thanks to those who have left comments on my last few posts.  It has been great to read your thoughts on all the things I get up to in my sewing room and know that someone else is interested.  I think I do tend to bore my family with all my talk about fabric, patterns, craft and all things sewing!


  1. Awesome shots with the new camera. It is off to a good start.
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  2. You got great shots in there. I am learning photography and I can really say that you've taken great looking photos. By the way, what kind/model/brand of camera did you use to shoot these things?

    digital cameras


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