Thursday, March 24, 2011

Soda Pop!

I have to admit that there are some projects
I enjoy working on more than others....
although I pretty much love everything I do!
I was so happy with how a couple of projects lately had turned out!
First up is a set of fun Coca Cola letters!
These were so fun to do and I was so happy with how they turned out!
Here they are after Sheila has painted them.
They were for the amazing Sheila over at The Craftaholic Creations.
She makes the most amazing dolls and I am in sewing envy!:)
Cool huh?
Next was my spin on our Wood You Like To Craft project.
If you haven't gone over to check it out you gotta!
Each month we will be doing a craft with wood
and following it up with a linky party
so you can show off your take on the craft tutorial that month.
It's going to be so much fun to see how each person's interpretation turns out
plus you get to show off your wood working skills and get to know each other!
Here are all the fun shapes I put together for each month.
I love doing seasonal stuff and this was just up my alley!
I'll be doing a class with this in May down at Paper Cottage.
The papers will vary a bit since I just used all my scraps to put these together.

I've been busy getting all my spring stuff going for the
Holiday House Boutique's Spring Boutique
in a couple of weeks.
Last year was their first year doing it and it was great!
I have to admit I love making spring and Easter stuff.
I love the pastels, they just make me happy.
I'll make sure to post the details for them here soon!

Monday, March 7, 2011

Wedding Letters

I had to just give you guys a look at these fun
letters I did up for the sweetest gal for her wedding.
I love the black and white theme
and even more the touches of hot pink!
The hubby to be is Irish and they wanted a shamrock
added for a sweet personal touch.
I will admit I get nervous about weddings
since it's such an important day I want things to be just right!
Is there a thing as too many hot pink rhinestones?:)
They were a little tough since the font was a slanted thin cursive
which is hard to angle so that they will stand upright.
It was a fun challenge though and I'm happy with the result!
Tomorrow I'll be putting my finishing touches on my
Wood You Like To Craft project for this month.
If you guys haven't had a chance to check out
this fun online craft group head over.
I'm so excited to see what everyone does!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

An Easter Basket

I've always wanted a real wood Easter Basket!
So I finally made one for my little girl
and will be offering them for a class down at Paper Cottage this month.
I was so happy with how it turned out
and loved the paper that's on it!
Remember the sneak peek I gave last week?
Well here's the pictures my sis sent over!
I love zebra print!
It just makes me happy!

I was pleasantly surprised with this cute
yellow, gray and white combo too!
Recognize the rolled felt rose scalloped heart?

My sis and I put together a red version over at Crafty Sisters which was to die for
but this one I'll admit had me giddy!
I found the perfect paper for these EAT letters
done in a fun watermelon theme!
Too fun!
I've got some other pictures I'll post too
of a fun set of letters for a wedding!
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