Sunday, February 17, 2013

New Soba-noodle plates♪

(posted; Soba Noodle page) 

                Another handmade wooden Soba-noodle plates. 
As my husband plays saxophone, he put musical codes on the plates. I can't read musical score and never knew about "coda".   I thought we won't be able to see the design after putting soba on there p;)





His former ones from the old post;

Thank you very much for visiting and hope you will have a wonderful new week
I expect to be busy this week;  see you around weekend, dear friends♡♡♡

Liking this post to Our World Tuesday;

21 comments:

Claudia Moser said...

What exactly are you using these plates for? Verypretty!

Jennifer Hoppins said...

Those are so beautiful!

Amy said...

You have a very artistic and creative husband,these are lovely!
Love and Hugs

Shelly said...

Your hubby is very talented and creative, my dear friend! I hope that you two have many wonderful meals together using these fine plates. There's just something about getting to eat a meal off of great dinnerware that helps to make it evven more enjoyable!

xo

thisisme said...

Hi Miyako. I hope you are having a lovely weekend. Those plates with the musical notes on them are quite beautiful. One way and another, your hubby is a very talented man. It's always good to see you here my dear friend. Thank you so much for your sweet e mail that I received this morning! Yes, it's not good at all to be 'on top' of each other all the time, when the husband is retired!! Take care and, as always, I send love & hugs to my friend in the East xx

maddyrose said...

Dear Miyako,
Your hubby has many talents and these plates show his artistic side. They are beautiful and I believe it is possible they will make the soba noodle taste even better. :0) Have a lovely weekend my dear little sis. Love and hugs from your bs

TexWisGirl said...

they are beautiful! i would love to hang them as art on my wall!

Barbara F. said...

I LOVE these plates, Miyako! Your husband is very talented. I would display these in my home. Have a good week, sweet friend, and see you on the 'weekend'. ;-) xo

africanaussie said...

Oh that is very clever, so he not only makes the noodles, he makes the plates to put the noodles on. that is a real home made meal :)

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Your husband is a TRUE musician in heart and soul and he even feeds himself with musical note keys!
Hugs to you both and compliments to your husband for meticulous art work. Like Theresa says, it is fit to be hung on the wall as art work!
Mariette

Ayu Maselli said...

Dearest Miyako,

So unique way to enjoy the meal. Your Husband is so talented man, I would like to taste the soba noodle one day, for sure a delight food
Compliment for the traditional plate that he has made.
indeed amazing.
wishing you a great week my dear friend
love to you

Tamago said...

Wooow this is the coolest soba-noodle plate!! It will be a fun surprise for your guest to find these musical notes under noodle as they eat! I love it very much!
Thank you for your sweet comment, Miyako San :-) Though it's been busy, I've been doing well. Sounds like you will have a busy week. I hope you get through and soon it will be weekend :-)

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wow ~ beautiful creations ~ from OWT ^_^

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the soba noodles plates are pretty. Love the musical notes. You hubby is talented! Take care and have a lovely week!

Fun60 said...

Those are beautiful plates. Far too good for putting food on them.

Belle said...

How wonderful to be artistic! The plates are so lovely.

Miss Simmonds Says said...

Hello Miyako!
I love these plates, your husband is really multi talented! xxx

Michiko Johnson said...

Dearest Miyako sama,
Anatano Otosama wa totemo utukushi osoba plates desu.
Otosama wa takusan Japanes ongaku ga totemo jodu desune.
Mada samui nodesho? Okaradani kiotukete kudasai mase.
You have a good time with Otosama.
Michiko

Linda Primmer said...

Wow, your husband is so gifted. The plates are lovely and you are one lucky lady. Lots of love from California....Linda

Mina said...

I love these plates! Beautiful carpentry as well as carving. Such talent.

Ann said...

our husband is so talented!! the soba noodle plates are wonderful!!! the musical notes are a wonderful "touch"!!
are all soba noodle plates made of wood? i really love how they look!!