Monday, October 29, 2012

The Paper Girls blog hop

Welcome to my stop on The Paper Girls Challenge blog hop!
 I hope you are enjoying all the altered projects.
 
My post is brought to you today by the letter S!
 
 
Originally, this was a plain, boring wooden letter:
I painted it a fun golden mustard color.
Attached grey twine around the perimeter.
And wrapped some natural twine around a couple spots.
 
Then came embellishing.
On this bottom cluster I used an old SU paper pack called Autumn Meadows to fussy cut the leaves.
The Family bingo card is cut from Authentique's Splendid paper line.
The acorn I handmade with cork and paper (from EP's This & That Charming 6x6).
 
On this middle cluster I fussy cut leaves and acorns using the Crafters Companion stamp set called Autumn Leaves from the A Little Bit Sketchy line. I'm also entering this into their monthly challenge which is to use fall colors.
 
And finally, I added some floating wooden hearts cut from shelf/drawer liner (similar to contact paper)! I love that stuff - works just like vinyl but is much cheaper.
 
My plan is to place this on my fall-themed mantel. Hopefully I'll have it all finished next week to show you.
 
Thanks for stopping by today.
 
Your next stop on the hop is Judy's blog.
 
Make sure you are commenting on all our blogs for your chance to win! You have until November 4th to enter.
Here's what we're giving away:
 I wish I could win. I love this set!


I'm linking up to:
Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Sunday Scoop link party at IHeartNaptime
Monday Linkup Party at Making the World Cuter
Link Up Tuesday at Sarah Hamer Designs
 Take it on Tuesday at Romance on a Dime
Tuesday Timeout on Reasons to Skip the Housework


21 comments:

Stacy H-W said...

Wow Amber!! Super cool project. I love how it turned out. You really rocked it girl! Thanks for entering it in our October Fall Colors Challenge on the Crafter's Companion blog.

Mistylynn said...

So, Amber that twine is divine. I now want to do one for my house. I LOVE IT!

Pia S said...

What a beautiful dress up! Love the autumn colors, and the twine around the edges is a nice touch!

Deborah Johnson said...

"S" is for totally STINKIN CUTE!!!

CarlyJo said...

OHHHHHH (Jumping in my seat!) I adore this! I am really inspired to do one for each season for my shelf now! you did a GREAT job, thanks so much for helping me get some mojo back for doing home decor!

Giddy Michelle said...

Wow...I think I may do something like this with the initials of each of my girls' first names...fabulous ideas (and then I can use some of that twine you so generously sent my way).

Lisa P said...

I am loving this. Seeing some Christmas ideas in my head now.

Brett said...

So pretty! I love the colours and all the embellishments you added!

Michele Duffy said...

Lovely "S"! I really like your stamped leaves!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

This is so beautiful! I love the heart and the leaves... fabulous!
Lisa

Angie said...

I LOVE how you altered this! It's perfect for a mantel or table top or even as a centerpiece! Gorgeous!

Kathi Silvia said...

This is too darn cute!! I love the twine around the edge...how clever!

Kathi

jengd said...

Lovely! The cluster with the Bingo card and acorn is probably my favorite but the twines are fantastic too.

Cheryl said...

This is gorgeous!!! Thanks for playing along with us at the Crafter's Companion Challenge Blog!

Saskia said...

I heart the hearts on the S. =)

Patty Selah said...

Such a pretty accent! I love the color combo and the wonderful embellishments!

Stephanie U said...

This is perfect for fall! I should really try something like this!

Kaagaz Quilling said...

Aww very very pretty and innivative project. thanks for the chance to win!

Creative Raisins said...

That is so beautiful. Love the color choice.

Pink Cricut said...

This is so beautiful! I especially love the letter "S" and the colors are perfect!!

Betsy Pool said...

That looks so adorable!! I love the colored twine around the perimeter. I think it adds so much!! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime.

Hope to see you link up today.