Friday, January 22, 2010

Decor: Front Door Part 2 {Day 13}

Here is the Part 2 of my front door decor.  I just finished my rosette heart, it took a while!  My plans are to change the inside of the frame according to the holiday/season.

I used tacky glue on the fabric rosettes and I had to use hot glue on the burlap rosettes.

I had some scrap foam core that I used as the base for the rosettes.  It is about 6 1/2" in size.

Last night on Project Runway, their challenge was to make an outfit out of burlap!  I had to laugh since I have been on a big burlap kick.  I was amazed at what they made, especially with them dying the burlap!

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  1. I really like what you have here. Great idea, to just make a small change, instead of the whole thing. Looking forward to seeing more in the future.


  2. With posts like this, you will make it "big" in blogland. GORGEOUS!!! How could I NOT feature this at Watch your followers grow tomorrow!

  3. Hi Jenn-- Your blog is so CUTE! I love all the crafts you are doing. Very creative!

    Thanks for checking out my blog.

    I just posted my very 1st giveaway yesterday, so be sure to go check that out and enter. There are 2 entry opportunities.

    I'll be back to visit!

  4. I love the idea of a universal "wreath" that you can change up. Very smart. :)

  5. I just found your blog! What a great idea! I've been wanting to make some of those flower rosettes! How exactly did you get the number on the burlap frame? I'm not to good freehand. Stop by and visit me!
    I'm going to follow you!

  6. This is beautiful!! You and I were obviously thinking somewhat on the same lines...burlap, square, something to change it up throughout the year! Love yours!

  7. Adorable! I love the mix of elements you used - They are all so ~in~ right now! Very cute!

  8. That is SOOO perfect. I may have to do it too. I love those little flowers, I have seen other people making headbands and even necklaces with similar things. Cute.

  9. This is so cute. I'm really loving your blog. Thanks for finding me.

  10. I love this! You have lots of fabulous ideas, I'll have to scroll backwards to see all of them. Wonder if this could also be made with fabric yo-yos. I think those in a heard shape would be fun too.