24 February 2012

st patty's day wreath

DIY tutorial is posted on His Frugal Servant {here}
Hey all!! Happy Friends with Flair Friday! :D Goodness, it's been a while since I've gotten to play along with Unity, and did you see the exciting news?! They're having a DT call! Oh. my. goodness! Are you going to apply?? I'm thinking about it... we'll see!
So this wreath combines three of my favorite things- Unity, The Twinery twine, and St. Patrick's Day!! Being half Irish, it's a big holiday in our family :) I was really excited to see have some St. Patty's Day stamps in this month's KOM from Unity, so I decided to make a banner and stamp on some felt! I was super excited that it worked so well! I used my Stazon timber brown ink, and some random felt from my stash that I'd also used for one of the shamrocks in the wreath. I used some eyelets and cantaloupe twine to string the banner together and pinned it onto the wreath :) Fun!

15 comments:

  1. What a great wreath...guess your already getting ready for St. Patty's day.

    LOVE the flowers. very cool indeed.

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  2. Cute use of the shamrock stamp from the KOM! Love the 3D project!

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  3. This is great for ST. Patrick Day!

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  4. so great... i adore that banner.

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  5. Cute wreath. Love the flowers and shamrocks.

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  6. This is so pretty, I love how the felt stamping turned out!

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  7. Hi Shauna! This is a lovely project!! Love the beautiful flowers and shamrocks on the wreath. Great job!!

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  8. This is adorable! What a fabulous idea.

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  9. Amazing project! I have been wanting to make one of these since I saw it on pinterest.

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  10. What a great project! I LOVE the wreath!

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  11. What a unique way to use your stamps - great wreath!

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