Tuesday, January 26, 2010

I Had to Try it!

I just shouldn't turn my computer on.  Everytime that I do I see something I want to make.  It's like feeding craft drugs to a craft addict! Does anyone else have this problem? There's too much information and too many ideas!

Jen from Tatertots and Jello made the cutest coffee filter garland the other day and I had to make one.  I believe she found the original idea from Pam Garrison and Heather Bullard. All of theirs are fun and I hope it's alright with them that I tried it.




Tatertots and Jello gives great instructions on how to make these if your interested.  I gave mine a little pinch to pucker them as I wove the needle with the string.

Linking up with
Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Chic Cottage
Strut your Stuff Thursday at Somewhat Simple

14 comments:

Nicole said...

Hooray! I get to be the first comment!!! Yes, I'm silly, being a co-author here, but I must say, my sister is crazy talented! She doesn't give herself enough credit! I'm so proud to have you as my sister, my friend and my crafty co-conspirator! This turned out so beautiful! Now let's make one for me!
I love you!
:)Nicky

FleaMarketTrixie said...

Wow that turned out beautiful, love the added burlap hearts, very pretty and great job!!

My heads spins sometimes too with all the creative ideas floating around in blogland

Stacie said...

That turned out AdoRaBle! Great JoB!

Cami said...

I was thinking of making these when I saw them on Jen's blog...now I have to make them...they are so cute!! I too am overwhelmed with all of the craft ideas floating around in my head, but I love it!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Your garland is so beautiful! I keep saying I'm gonna give it a go but I can't seem to stay focused on any one thing these days. And yes, there is so much inspiration out there that I forget things or where I saw them and should really just make it right then and there so that I can feel a sense of accomplishment. I just read your post about the Dr. Pepper and your boys. HA! Definitely something my 11 year old would do. :) Those aluminum birdies are adorable. Blessings, Tammy

Danielle @ Transforming Home said...

Love it! So cute...

Danielle

Jill said...

Dying.
The little burlap hearts are the perfect touch!
-Jill
PS I love stopping by here!

Lei said...

I love the burlap tied in. I am so going to try it as well!!!

Miss Mustard Seed said...

What a lovely garland! The textures are just amazing. Nice work.

Mag said...

this is the best garland i've seen so far... i love the hearts

Delightful Dwelling said...

It looks great, I love the burlap hearts too.

Steph @ somewhatsimple said...

i love that!

The Yorgason's said...

SO cute! I love the colors. They go perfectly together.

Debbie said...

I made this garland too, last year for Easter.

http://itsallabouto.blogspot.com/2009/04/two-new-recipes-and-garland.html

I love that you added burlap. I also love your blog, just stumbled upon it :)

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