Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Razzleberry Lemonade Roses & A Yarn Twist

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Here's an Earth Day project that I started around Earth Day and just now finished!  I hate it when I do that, but... with four kiddos and a job it seems to happen lots.
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The recipe... scraps, scraps, and more scarps!
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I cut the top off of an empty Morton's Salt container with an x-acto knife, used some scrap yarn I had laying around and Elmers spray glue to cover it, stitched up a cute "little" polka dot pocket to pretty up the inside and finished it off with some fabric roses
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This was my first attempt at making fabric roses and I'll have to admit that I loved it!  They were so... easy and fun to make.  I couldn't stop thinking of all the fun ways I could use these little roses while making them and now I can't wait to try my ideas out!  I tell ya, they're too cute. 
My overhauled Morton's Salt container was quickly claimed by my hannah banana.  Who knows what she'll use it for, but my guess is lots and lots of whatnots!  




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14 comments:

Tawny said...

How clever, simple, and CUTE!!!

Joni said...

I made something similiar (maybe not totally similiar) recently with a baby formula can. I actually cut the bottom off of a fresh can instead of pulling the tab and then poured out the formula into another container. Then, I cleaned it out and decorated it and then filled it with a gift. Lastly, I glued the bottom back on. Then when I gave it as a gift, the person would have to pull the tab to receive the gift. It was as if the container had never been opened. I was actually thinking about posting about it soon. Funny!

Faith said...

oh WOW that is a GREAT DIY project!! LOVE the fabric you choose and your fabric roses are adorable!

Julie said...

I love it!! I'm a Crafty Carla, too!! Always love to find something new. The fabric roses are so cute!!

LeeAnn said...

How cute!!! Those fabric roses are so pretty.

How do you have time to craft (and blog) when you have 4 kids? I have two and I can barely get my laundry done. :-)

Visiting from New Friend Friday. Have a great weekend!

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jennoreilly said...

this is so cute! I just popped over from tidy mom and saw your pic and thought oh that is for me! great idea!! come check me out if you get a sec.
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FairfieldHouse said...

First time to your blog via Make a Friend Friday. Such a sweet and bright catch all you created! Your fabric roses turned out beautiful. If every one had this on their desk they couldn't help but have a positive, cheerful outlook!

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Kimberly said...

So got any ideas on what to store my salt in? lol This is TOO cute! Love it! Following from New Friend Friday! Come see me! :)

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LeAnn said...

Cute idea. New follower from Follow Friday. If you get the chance, please visit The Squeaky Grocery Cart. http://thesqueakygrocerycart.blogspot.com/

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Andrea said...

What little girl doesn't love a supercute container to hold all of the things she holds dear! New follower!

Anne said...

Love your blog - so excited to have found you! I'm your new follower from NFF. Please come by and follow me at www.openbookgirls.com
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