So last week I had a table up at our local fair and shared the time with my girlfriend and my sister. We had a blast but it was exhausting! Here are some photos of our booth!
Did you notice the wreath in the first two photos? I made that autumn paper flower wreath using white cardstock and inking it with Autumn Terracotta, Sunflower, and Cranberry inks. I also used the Mayberry paper. The flowers were all cut out on the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge! I love this cartridge! I am offering a Cricut class for FREE the end of October for all who purchase the cartridge package before then - if you are not local and can not make the class I will mail all the goodies to you! This Bundle is so worth the price - I use the cartridge almost every day and it comes with THREE stamp sets (retailed at $17.95 each) and three chipboard sheets that match the stamp sets! PLUS this month you can get a double stamp set FREE this month with a purchase of $75. Contact me if you have any questions.
Here are some closer photos of my wreath. The Cricut cut out each of the flowers, I inked them and rolled them and glued them to their base. Then I pined the flowers to a Styrofoam wreath base. The whole thing took about four hours total.
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Thanks again to all who stopped by to see it - it meant so very much!! Don't forget about my giveaways this month two stamp sets here Have a blessed day! Thanks for stopping and remember that comments always make this stay-at-home Mama's day!
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Cute booth! That wreath is breath taking. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
That wreath is beautiful! Good work!ReplyDelete
I saw your link on the Lines Across My Face page and have to say I love the wreath! I am now following you, would love if you could stop by my blog as I'm new to this land:)
WOW!! That wreath is amazing!! Thanks for this sharing this at last Monday's "What In The Gunny Sack?" link party!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! You are being featured this week at Lines Across My Face.ReplyDelete
Phenomenal wreath! Just gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Hi Elizabeth! I just saw your post on Southern Institute! What a gorgeous wreath! Very creative and very pretty! I am now your newest follower; and I hope you will follow me, too! Many blessings to you!ReplyDelete
That wreath is absolutely GORgeous! Wow! I can't believe those roses are made of paper; I thought they were real! I'd be thrilled if you'd share it here:ReplyDelete
Just beautiful Elizabeth! Thanks for sharing it on my Art Philosophy Blog Hop/Linky party! *Ü*ReplyDelete