Monday, May 2, 2011

Felt Rosette Pins Guest Post

Hi Everyone! Today I have the pleasure of doing a guest post for Gail over at My Repurposed Life. Gail is one of my favorite blog friends. She is super talented and definitely knows how to turn trash to treasure. Her projects are amazing! And Gail knows the ins and outs of the blog world too. I have learned so many great tips from her. Thanks Gail!

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Gail is taking some time to enjoy all the festivities associated with her daughter's wedding. Huge congratulations to Jamie and Andy! I am so excited for Gail because I know how much fun it was to be involved in my own daughter's wedding. Just thinking about it makes me smile!

So I thought it would be fun to bring you a mother-daughter project today. Megan lives in Kentucky, just like Gail. And a few weeks ago she visited and taught me how to make these sweet rosette felt pins.

Aren't they just the cutest little pins?

And I love the soft pretty felt that Megan found!

These pins would make the most perfect little Mother's Day gifts or even end-of-the-year teacher presents.

Once you learn to make the roses, you won't be able to stop. And you'll find all kinds of creative ways to use them.

So head on over to visit Gail at My Repurposed Life and check out the complete tutorial!

And don't forget to enter the Cottage Charm Giveaway Event going on through May 28th. I'm giving away one of my Burlap and Ruffles table runners!

Thanks again to Gail for having me over! Can't wait to hear all about the wedding and see what great projects Gail has in store for us next!

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Crystal @ Ordinary Days said...

Thanks for sharing! I will have to check this out! :) ~Crystal

Unknown said...

So, I am so going to use this process on an upcoming project! Thanks! Love it.....Enjoyed looking at your gray, gray and more gray table as well!!!:) Newest follower, here. <3

hilary@oldhousetruelove said...

so cute!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

These really are cute! One of the things I love about the blogsphere is all the creativity shared.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage