Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Towel Art

As most of you know, my husband and I took a cruise in July to New England and Canada. Each night when we came in to our turned down bed and mints, a piece of towel art was on dispaly on our bed or somewhere in our room. I want to share some of those with you. These folks get pretty creative.

A sea gull hanging from the ceiling reflected in the mirror.

A pig.

A sting ray.

A sea turtle.

I considerered trying my hand at towel art but decided to leave it to the experts. However, some on the cruise ship were novices. We were told if we got a snake, we had a beginner.

Thanks for reading. Happy Reading and writing!




  1. That really is neat. My favorite is the pig. Thanks for sharing. Now I want to go on a cruise.

  2. Now there's one more reason to go on a cruise!

  3. The pig was cute, Linda. I've always thought it would be fun to learn how to fold napkins like they do in fancy restaurants, but doubt paper ones would cooperate.

  4. Yeah, Mary. Sounds like a plan to me. Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Very cool! I love the "flying" sea gull. Turning towels into animals is a great creative outlet. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Very artistic, Linda. Good that you took pictures, so we could enjoy them, too.


  7. Thanks for sharing these and stopping by my towel post to tell me about them! I have never seen a sea gull - that is another good one!
    Had to run back in your posts to see about your cruise! I never thought about a New England and Canada cruise. Looks like you saw some great things! I like the tall Sail Ship!!

  8. Thanks, Linda, for sharing. They really are talented folk! I didn't get that on my last cruise. :-(

  9. I thought the sea gull was neat, too, C.A. Thanks for stopping by.

  10. Martha, the cruise to New England and Canada was nice. We loved the cool weather. I've heard the longer ones in the fall are great for seeing the fall foilage. I wish we'd had more time in each port.

    We're wanting to take a transatlantic cruise but wish the ship stayed in each port longer. Where are some places you've cruised?

  11. Hi Sandra Kay. Yes, they are talented. The cruise directed teased that if we got a snaked for art, the individual was a novice and hadn't mastered the techniques yet.