So many musical phrases run through my head, but not out of my mouth. I’m the perfect example of someone who can’t carry a tune in a bucket. Oh well.
The largest piece of music in my shop is the paper globe covered with piano music books for children .
The smallest items are 8th notes with magnets. Around the holidays I make these as ornaments also. Really cute.
I have several musical cards piano shaped cards and blooming cards with music embellishments.
The music I hear doesn’t quite travel to me feet either for dancing. When our granddaughter began ballet classes I made ballerina mobiles where the dancers are cut from music paper. They are so sweet.
In the spring I have a Mother’s Day gift package;
it holds a card for each season. Inside a lovely sleeve there is the sentiment written on music paper.
“My mom is a never ending song in my heart of comfort, happiness, and being. I may sometimes forget the words but I always remember the tune.” by Graycie Harmon.
While replenishing my supplies, aka junk shopping, I also found original, REAL player piano music rolls!!! The excitement stopped there; what can I do with these fragile thin papers?
Wine glass votive shades?
A wall hanging from a vintage pants hanger with a reclaimed tassel?
Music, music, music…. What songs are you singing this morning? Even if you aren’t singing out loud. 🙂