On the Inkydoodles stand I saw some wire rings and wooden die cuts, Birdhouses, hearts, birds and flowers.
Sarah had created wreaths with knotted ribbon and added the wooden embellishments,
So I had a go when I got home. This red one is for my old job share partner Helen as her colour scheme is red. I added some large buttons with butchers twine. It took most of my red gingham ribbon.
I forgot to mention that I used Paperartsy fresco acrylic paint for the birdhouse.
Next I chose to make one for my daughter using her new colour scheme of Grey and Mustard.
This time I bought the ribbon specially and I used 7 metres.
Sarah used twice as much ribbon on her creation but I was happy with how far I took them. Thanks for the inspiration Sarah from Inkydoodles.
these look lovely, Hazel, and make great presents.ReplyDelete
Wow 7m's is a lot of ribbon to use and lots of bows to tie. Love the grey and mustard one and I think it's because the ribbon is a bit wider. Great Xmas pressies either way xxxReplyDelete
Two stunners Hazel, both colour schemes are fabulous. Sure both will be loved:-) xxxReplyDelete
These are really pretty Hazel, I love the one you made for your daughter xReplyDelete
I love these Hazel! Look so different now they are dressed properly compared to the hoops I saw the other day! I think they both look great but the mustard and grey one is deffo my favourite of the two. Claire xxReplyDelete
Hello Hazel, thanks for stopping by my nest, WOW I love making wreaths, I love how yours turned out in both colors, it's a fabulous design, my next wreath will surely look like these, all vintageeee,I had a wee peek at all your wonderful creations, what a fabulous artist you are, so much inspiration around here, thanks for sharing, hope you have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous Hazel, they'll be treasured! xxxReplyDelete
Hazel both these look gorgeous, what a great idea and made beautifully. XxReplyDelete
These are beautiful Hazel. I did too much spending and talking last Sunday and not enough watching demos. I never even saw these :-(ReplyDelete
Hi Hazel, they're great, I love the grey & mustard one.ReplyDelete