Thursday 17 June 2010


The architecture in Seville was so grand, extraordinary buildings at every breath. How about this for a craft studio?! It was called the Queen's Sewing Room!

This was another vast building, couldn't keep track of all the names!

Throughout Seville were many tiled pictures, including this charming one from the 1930's.

Here was the inside of the Alcazar (Royal palace), giving us a taster of what to expect at The Alhambra in Granada (coming up soon here).

I'm busy behind the scenes creating another custom birthday party invitation set, this time with the theme of Teddy Bear's Picnic, oh what fun I'm having! Dancing bear's on toadstools, wonky cakes, bunting and some other woodland friend's joining in the fun! I promise I'll share when it's finished :) So lots more to come here in Blogland. Catherine x


Georgianna said...

Incredible photos, Catherine! What amazing architecture. I've never been to Seville but the mix of styles looks fascinating. And your new project sounds adorable, as I'm sure it will be. Can't wait uo see it.! xo -g

The Dutchess said...

AAh you have been in Seville..I love love love this beautiful city. I have visited many times and if possible I would like to live there..Have fun with your new projects:))

Unknown said...

wow! so pretty! i love the queen's sewing room! i am so envious! love the pics!

Swift Jan said...

Gorgeous pictures Catherine!

Tracy said...

Such a beautiful place is Seville--just love the architecture! I'll take that Sewing Room! ;o) Looking forward to see a glimpse of your new projects--have fun! Happy Weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

Sarah Medina said...

Wow, they are fantastic, especially the Queen's sewing room hehe, I need one of those lol XX