Friday, 26 November 2010
This time I used ornaments.
Deck the Walls
It was very time consuming putting it up, but it was worth the work.
I used my cricut to cut each of the ornaments out as well as the paper bows.
I'm sharing at these fabulous blogs... go see fabulousness :)
Whoa! Someday Crafts posted about this today. What a rush.
Another honour; Stephanie Lyn also featured this project
Saturday, 20 November 2010
I added twinkle lights and some batting, throw in some bulbs and watch it sparkle.
Joining in on these parties
Friday, 19 November 2010
I stopped by the dollar store and they had these pretty mercury glass votive holders. The snowflakes are so pretty.
I’ve got a few more projects on the go, but I've run out of time to finish them; I’m off to Great Wolf Lodge for some fun on the Lazy River.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
My first cushion was feeling a little lonely, so I made her a friend :)
A little different; can you spot the differences?
Everybody needs a BFF. I’m grateful for mine, and she reads my blog regularly.
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Tuesday, 9 November 2010
I used freezer paper to create the bulbs, painted them in, added ribbon and some bows.
I’m going to add this into the mix at The CSI Project Pillow Challenge
I made a slip cover for my Bromma footstool and a simple window valance from, you guessed it, burlap.
My iron found a place in an old crate that I found this summer.
Shelving that I got at the GW for $10, houses bins that hold all of my crafting supplies.
I was originally going to paint the desktop, but I know that I will be painting furniture and other things down here this winter, and it would just be something else to cover. The floor, pfffttt, I don’t care about it, it’s a mess and is going to stay as is for now.
It’s not a dream space, but it’s functional and organized Everything was gathered from around the house or friends. I like that.
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Sunday, 7 November 2010
Keeping with my black, white and green theme, I created this wreath today.
I started with a tinsel wrapped wreath
Hot glued the ornaments on and hung it up.
I'm linking up to the following:
Sawdust and Paperscraps - Whatever goes
These kind folks were kind enough to feature this project: