Whew what a week. The garage sale was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who came out! I think there are some very happy people out there who enjoyed loads of great deals on gently used paper crafting supplies!

Amanda and I came down with nasty colds this past week, but we are feeling much better now! I am happy to share some fun projects with you over the next few days.

Today, I have this fall wreath that I made using  products from the Orchard Harvest product line. I used small strips of the designer series paper to cover the clothespins. Next, I hot glued them to this flat wooden wreath I found for super cheap at our local craft store. I used strips of the fabric to fill in the gaps between the clothes pins. Then I attached these awesome brushed bronze buttons to the outside of the wreath. The leaves were cut with the new Big Shot die called Autumn accents. The clothes pins are holding the leaves in place as well as the ribbons that spell "Fall". The fun partof this is that at anytime I can change out the leaves and the words for something different. Perhaps die cut flowers for spring?





Here's a close up of the bow. I used Stampin up"s fabric adhesive to attach the fabric to some cardstock for extra "strength" for my bow so it will keep it's shape.


I hope you like my project today. 

Thanks for checking back!







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