We are so happy that you could join us today! In case this is the first time you have joined us for a hop, my friends and I put on an seasonal owl themed hop every 3 months. Spring is almost here so we decided to do a Spring themed or Spring colored projects this time. My friends are all amazingly talented and you will not be disappointed!
The wonderful Pinque Peacock has offered to sponsor my hop. Please be sure to head over to the PP blog and become a follower. Then, head on over to their Facebook page and see all of the beautiful items they have to offer! Here is the link...
Pinque Peacock Facebook Page
One lucky hopper that hops all of the way through and follows all of the blogs will win a $15 bundle from Pinque Peacock. That will include..
(4) Beaded Stick Pins
(6) Large Felt Poppers
(2) Layered Garden Beauties
(2) Large 1.5" Fabric Covered Buttons (FCB)
(6) Small 3/4" Fabric Covered Buttons (FCB)
(1) 2.5" Splendid Swirl (w/Embellished Center)
Thank you Pinque Peacock!
I will choose one winner next week!
On to my project..
Today, I have an altered wooden box to share with you. I love cute but easy projects.
I started out with just a plain wooden box that I picked up somewhere. I covered the top with patterned paper by Webster's Pages. I then colored the rim of the lid with a yellow Copic marker. Next, I covered the bottom of the box with some pretty pink checkered paper. I found a cute piece of pattered paper that already had a picnic blanket on it and thought that would be perfect for a Spring project. I stamped an owl on white card stock and colored it in with my Copic's and then fussy cut him and a kite and added them to the top of my box. I stamped the sentiment and cut it out into pieces a and attached them to the top. Lastly, I added some rhinestones and some twine. I think this box turned out cute. I hope you do, too! Here's another picture of it.
Here's the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way.
Janet R -http://janetscreativeworld.blogspot.com/
Thanks so much for joining us today! Have a great weekend!