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Friday, April 18, 2014

Flower hanging-ThermOWeb

Hi this is Jenifer here with you today :)  For my spring project I found these super cool flower lamps on pinterest and decided to attempt to make my own.  I was a bit nervous about having fabric so close to a bulb so mine is just created around a burned out light bulb.  Yeah hoo recycling at the same time.

Here is what I came up with.


Flower Hanging by Jenifer Cowles
Supplies:
Fabric
Various trims from May Arts 
wire


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Step 6:
for the last step tie bows on each side with a loop in the middle to hang.
I know mine is not as fancy as the pinterest picture but my daughter loves it and I think they would be adorable for a baby shower or nursery.  Thank you so much for stopping by today, make sure you check back for more wonderful projects from this fantastic team.
Jenifer

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Happy Birthday banner/ May Arts

Do you ever have craft dreams?  Where you wake up with a picture of something in your dreams and you can't get it out of your head so you just have to make it.  Well that is how this beauty was born.  I'm pretty sure it stemmed from the pictures of the beautiful new 3" Tulle and just went wild from there.  If you want the directions make sure you stop by the May Arts blog and make one for yourself :)




Here is a close up of the fluffy tulle.
May Arts Ribbon used:
471-Tulle
413-Happy Birthday canvas
462-Large Pom Pom
SK01- 1.25" silk ribbon
439 Box of flowers
QT-Butterfly sheer

Partners in Craft
Lawn Fawn-lets polka paper

Other
Doilies-Curtsey Boutique
Card stock
old book pages
buttons

I hope you have enjoyed my project today and I would love to see some of your banners.
Jenifer

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Bloom Canvas-Ruby Rock-It

 Hi this is Jenifer here with you today to share my first Ruby Rock-it post :)  So exciting!!  I was so surprised to receive some wonderful flowers from Ruby Rock-It, I didn't realize they had flowers.  So my spring project is all about the Ruby-Rock-It flowers.

If you don't have the correct shade of flower just dye, mist or paint the white flowers to the color you are looking for.  The red, orange and green flowers were colored.  Here is a close up.



I didn't want to use my own handwriting but my daughter insisted, she said that with writing that quote it should be in my own handwriting because it doesn't have to be perfect :)  Smart kid.  I hope you have enjoyed my first project here today, thanks for stopping by.
Ruby Rock-it supplies used:
JA0404
JA0247
JA0216
JA0223
JA0385
JA0343
ADE66

Other products used:
DCWV-stencil
H20's, mists
May Arts-ribbon, leaves, wired pearls
canvas
spackle

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Score Pad-Curtsey Boutique

Game Night Score Pad
Curtsey Boutique Designer
Jenifer Cowles


We don't watch a lot of TV at our house but we do play a lot of games and we are always savaging around for some scratch paper to keep score on.  

When I finished up with a big project I noticed that I had a bunch of perfect sized papers for a Score Pad.  I quickly bound it all together and put this fun cover on it and now we are ready to go.  

Now playing games is even more fun and the kids fight over who gets to keep score.




Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Good Life Mini-TOW and Elle Studio

Did you catch my fun "good life" mini on the Therm O Web blog the other day?  Here it is.  Sit back and relax.

Good Life Mini by Jenifer Cowles
Supplies:
Stamps and Paper from Elle Studio
Various trims from May Arts 
glitter
transparency sheets
binder rings
Directions:  Fold the 8 1/2x11 transparency sheets in half, sew the folded edge.  For the cover stamp and add confetti and glitter and sew around all the sides.  Take some canvas ribbon, fold it in half and sew it down the "open" edge of the page. 
Page 1
Put the paper, picture and ribbon behind the transparency and then with foam squares put the fun embellishments on the top.  This gives your mini depth and texture.

For the rest of the album go to the Therm O Web blog here and check it out.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

You mean the world layout-May Arts/Lawn Fawn


Welcome to the May Arts/Lawn Fawn hop.  I was so excited to be working with Lawn Fawn again their products are always so fresh and fun to work with.  For my Layout I took an old picture of my daughter and made a soft and feminine page.
 


May Arts ribbon used:
412 Twine
433 Crochet
471 tulle
KS wired thread
Sequins
Flower
Lawn Fawn:
Wish you were here stamp
and Lets Polka paper
Other:
DCWV stencil
Imagine crafts ink
Curtsey Boutique-Doily, Envelope, Tag, Heart pins

The giveaway is 3 sets of prize packs of a roll of ribbon and a stamp set each.  That's 3 winners total.  One has to post on both m/a and Lawn Fawn sites to win.

Here is the schedule for our week long hop :
Monday

Tuesday
Jenifer Cowles  <--- you are here

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Autism Hop-May Arts


Welcome to the Autism Awareness hop.  I created this fun card to show my support and to let everyone know that everyone deserves to be loved.  Even if some of us are different.  My oldest is a special needs kid and I know some days can be difficult, but hang in there it is well worth it :)

Jenifer Cowles   <--- you are here


Make sure you visit everyone and leave a comment along the way for your chance to win 3 rolls of ribbon.
Thanks for stopping by,
Jenifer