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Sunday, September 19, 2010
spotted these paper garlands on hege greenall-scholtz's blog . she did all the window designs and made the paper garland for grasse's windows (a store in the UK). i don't have a sewing machine*, but i would love to get one to make pretty garland like this. would look great in a house that is using natural colors for christmas. oh, and i'm always a sucker for simple white wrapping paper or brown kraft paper tied with string. *side note: heard directly from hege greenall-scholtz and she said that the garland's are easy to make with a circle hole-punch. if you don't have a sewing machine, you could always use double sided tape and stick two circles together on either side of string. or double over so it makes half circles. thanks so much for the great ideas, hege !!
i've been on an inspiration hunt!
I made this tutorial several years ago. Since then, I’ve seen my tutorial all over the internet, including Apartment Therapy.I’ve decided to share it again here. I hoard magazines.
I have seen various versions of Faux Rosewood Wreaths in just about every store and catalog for the upcoming season; most with a price tag running upwards of $40 or more.
I was wondering if I should start blogging a bit again. I decided recently (I thought) to take a break and was so surprised to see it was two years since my last post! Wow, probably not one single reader left.
16 So my love of paper bags has been elevated to an Olympus-high when Jackaroo Love shared this on her blog and I had to crank out another post and share as well...
I’ve asked some lovely crafters to share some projects with you now and then over the next few months. I know you will love all their ideas – each one has inspired me as they were created.
Flowers crafted from colorful tissue or crepe paper are graceful, inexpensive to make, and always in season. Arrange them on tables, use as boutonnieres, or create a whole bouquet.
I'd like to introduce you to my new favorite helper: Shredder! She's sharp, quick, and to the point! Literally.
As I mentioned in my last post, I want to use brown paper to wrap my gifts with lot of pretty ribbon, butterflies, baubles etc....Here is some inspiration.
Przy okazji zakupu kwiatowych wycinarek pomyślałam, jak zrobić kwiatek bez specjalnych narzędzi. Pocięłam starą gazetę na paseczki...
Witajcie :) Dziś podzielę się z Wami moim sposobem na zwijany kwiatek z papieru Będą nam potrzebne: papier dwustronny w rozmiarze 15x15, nożyczki, klej, cyrkiel, lub jak w moim przypadku coś do odrysowania koła