Monday, June 25, 2012

Scrapping With Lisa's Designs Team Challenge


Stand by the parade route as Scrapping with Lisa's Designs (http://scrappingwithlisadesigns.com/) for the 4th of July (http://www.scrappingwithlisadesigns.com/item_57/4th-of-July.htm) file.  The DT is doing their weekly blog hop and want you to grab your lawn chair, your favorite beverage and sit along the parade route as we want you to have the best seat in the house!!!
 
The Design Team's project was to create a project as a Home Decor using at least two (2) of the files.
 
This hop starts with Lisa, the owner, of Scrapping with Lisa's Designs if you happen to get lost along the way . . . we want to make sure you follow the parade route with the great talented line-up below!
 
Line-up:

1.            Lisa ~ http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/
2.           Lynne ~ http://slasewcraftiness.blogspot.com/
3.           Kimberly ~ http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com 
4.           Anita ~http://www.anitaandbugs.blogspot.com 
5.           Edwina ~http://edwinascreations.blogspot.com/
6.           Janet ~ http://www.ladyluvbug.blogspot.com/
7.           Jackie ~http://jackrabbitscrappin.blogspot.com/
8.           Rhonda ~ http://craftingwithblue.blogspot.com
9.           Lisa W.~ http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com (you are here)
    For my home d├ęcor project, I decided to do a fabric wall wreath.  I started with an embroidery hoop as the base.  I used the banner and the fireworks files from the 4th of July set in Lisa’s store.  For the banner, I used DCVW “Jupiter Stars on Cream” and Paper Pizazz “Patriotic Stripe” paper and DCVW “The Heirloom Stack.”  I used adhesive script Alpha stickers to create my wreath sentiment, and adhered the banner pieces to Hemp Twine.  I hot glued the twine to the embroidery hoop.  I then took strips of canvas, tulle, grosgrain and satin ribbon, and coordinating fabric and tied them in double knots, alternating materials around the wreath.  I trimmed them longer strips down, for a more uniform look.  I then embellished around the sentiment with rosettes cut from Tim Holtz rosettes dies, and the stars from the July 4th set.  I hope you have enjoyed my project. 
       Hope you enjoyed the parade today for the 4th of July and we planned this early enough that you can get your own set of files to have your own home decor item! Lisa is offering to two (2) lucky winners that comment on each stop along the way of the blog one free file from her store!!!! Be sure to stop at each blog addie and remark!!!


        Until next time,
        Happy Crafting~
        Lisa

7 comments:

  1. love your project, I'm now a follower ( I thought I already was) also grabbing your button.

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  2. You humble me. Such amazing talent.

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  3. Blown away by your project. You are so creative. I love the entire piece fantastic !!!
    Big Blog Hugs, Janet

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  4. What a fantastic project. Love it. Very creative. TFS

    Babe
    youiesmom@att.net

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  5. Your decoration is beautiful! I love it. I love the colors and all the items you used. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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  6. This wreath is absolutely beautious!!!! What a great project to display for our country's birthday!!!! It's truly a pleasure to hop with you my dear friend and see your funtastic projects!
    Hugs, Love, and Pixie Dust
    Lynne
    Her Craftiness

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