Thursday, January 19, 2012

Sharing a little bit of love.....a paper wreath

Hello again.  It's just past midnight and I had promised myself I would go to bed at a reasonable time tonight.  I fear my lack of sleep is beginning to catch up to me as I feel like I'm walking in a daze during the day....

 But alas, here I am, sharing
a little bit of love with you...

 Those of you who follow me on FB
got to see a little peek of this project...


Although very simple, I think it looks so pretty.
 I hope to incorporate it into my Valentine's mantel,
but have yet to decide on the colour scheme...

Hubby helped me bend and shape a coat hanger
into a heart shape, which I then covered with
book page strips using DecouPage by DecoArt

 The word 'love' is made using the same technique, but with
craft wire.  I allowed it to dry and then bent the wire to form
the word 'love', which was then hot glued onto the heart. 

The stems were done in the same manner and the 
rose created using a previous tutorial found here.







And finally, I re-purposed the frame
I had used for my winter wreath.

I'm not completely satisfied with the photography as I'm not convinced the pictures captured its tenderness...I still have a lot to learn :(


There are a lot of things I wish to talk to you about, but my fatigue is louder than my voice, so I will say bye for now.  Thanks for sharing a little bit of love with me....


much love,
Lucy 



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69 comments:

  1. That is so gorgeous. I love it! Thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  2. Thank you for this beautiful tutorial. That wreath is just softly sweet in its simplicity. I absolutely love it. You are a talented young lady...now GET SOME SLEEP! I am praying for your family & fil. God bless-xo Diana

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  3. Another wonderful project. Wow.

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  4. LUCY!
    YOU AMAZE ME! Your creativity is incredibly awesome!
    From the bottom of my heart,Thank you for sharing all of your
    creations with us.
    xo
    Evelyn
    in AZ.

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  5. That's just lovely! Good job! Hope you got enough rest.

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  6. You are ridiculously talented and creative. It's lovely.

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  7. Lucy this just makes want to like Valentines Day! It is so beautiful, I think your picture captures the tenderness for sure!. You are so darn talented. Oh and your daughter and her artistic ability at her young age? Puts me to shame. I think I need to change my pinterest name to Craftberry Bush, cause every time you do something I pin it :) I like how you put a watermark on this one, good girl.

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  8. You always have the sweetest, prettiest projects. Love your love wreath.
    Dannyelle @ www.lifeisaparty.ca

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  9. It's just so adorable and perfect, Lucy! ♥

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  10. I loooooooooove it!! I actually scream and don't worry it's just me and Sophie my daughter. I am not done screaming though......This is so insanely lovely!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Haha...thanks Monette...hope the neighbors aren't watching...have a great day ! Xo

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  11. Thanks guys.... I feel so much more rested today....can you believe I just noticed the reply function...I wonder if the reply goes directly to your email or it just stays on the blog? Any idea?
    Well, I hope you have a great day and thanks again, you have no idea how your company lifts me up ! xo
    Xo

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  12. I love how you made the whole wreath from 'scratch'! It so pretty and unique! Please try to get into bed before midnight tonight! My goal is ten, but it's usually eleven. I'm really going to try tonight, though! Blessings from Bama!

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  13. I can see the replies you've made on the blog comments.
    Neat function

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  14. Hi
    Absolutely one of the sweetest crafts I have seen, and the others belong to you! So delicate, soft and gentle! I was thinking as I looked at it, that it was made with metal, which is hard and yet when covered with delicate paper it breathes softness and love!
    How clever are you!
    Sue

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  15. Lucy,
    OMGoodness! I love the paper wreath! You are so creative & inspiring to me and I'm sure to others. I would love to make on too!

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  16. So incredibly beautiful! Sharing on my fb page!

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  17. Lucy,
    This is lovely!! Thank you!
    I was wondering where you find these lovely music books?
    d

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    1. Hi D...the music sheets are from an old hymn book I purchased at my local thrift store...but here is a link to the graphic fairy..she has different music sheet printouts...:)

      http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/2008/09/harvest-time-old-sheet-music.html
      Enjoy ! xo

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  18. Lucy - what a pretty Valentine project! It's certainly one that you could display all year long. :) Thanks for the wonderful tutorial! LUV this! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  19. Hi Lucy,

    Your creativity never ceases to amaze me! How do you do it!?!? You are just sooo multi-talented, my dear! :) Have a most blessed weekend and do try to rest.


    Hugs,
    Jessie

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  20. This is so delicate and beautiful.
    You definitely did capture it's tenderness.

    Katie x
    www.katiescreative.blogspot.com

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  21. Wow so creative! It's so pretty!!!

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  22. This is beautiful!!! ;)


    www.uncommondesignsonline.com

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  23. Such a delicate design - I am in love with it. And, wherever did you get such a lovely frame? Do you use it for other projects or is it committed to this one?

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  24. Came from the Crafty Secrets blog. Oh my! What a beautiful project. I love the softness this conveys. I agree with others that it is a very delicate design. Thank you for sharing how you made this.

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  25. I really like this - very pretty.

    www.mysouthernexpression.com

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  26. This is just so precious. I've pinned it, so hopefully I can find the time to make it.

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  27. This so lovely and I like that it isn't cutesy Valentines!

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  28. Adorable! Thank you for sharing your lovely artwork at Potpourri Friday!

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  29. This has to be the cutest little heart that I have ever seen! I will have to add this to much long list of crafts to do. Thank you for sharing!

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  30. This wreath is so sweet and delicate. Just lovely!

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  31. FAB! Looks gorgeous! Seems easy enough but I believe "love" will be hard....

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  32. I TOTALLY love this! I'd LOVE to have you link up at Overflowing with Creativity #6 ---it just started!!!

    XO, Aimee

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  33. Incredible! Love the sweet simplicity and your attention to detail!! Would love for you to link up to our Uncommonly Yours Link party!

    www.uncommondesignsonline.com

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  34. What an amazing piece of art. I wish I could make something like that.
    *Smiles*

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  35. Oh how I love it!!!! So beautiful :)

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  36. Absolutely darling!!! What a sweet little treasure! Thanks for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

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  37. Very beautiful, perfect for Valentines Day, or every day!

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  38. This is so creative for a big impact. Just beautiful.

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  39. Thank you for sharing this tutorial. Doubt that I will actually make one of these for myself, but I sure do admire this one. You are very clever. The wreath is lovely! ~ Sarah

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  40. How totally cute! I have to try this. tfs

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  41. WOW! This wonderful! Hope you don't mind that I PINned it!

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  42. I found you thru Tater Tots & Jello..."LOVE" this project, pinning it and now following you! Thanks for sharing!!

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  43. That is simply stunning. I saw you featured on twenty-eight-o-five and had to stop by. I have pinned this project and am now a follower. I would love for you to come and link up to my party (it is from yesterday but will be open through Friday). Hope to see you there.

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  44. Speechless. Simply LOVE IT!

    I'm you newest FOLLOWER!

    xoRebecca

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  45. Beautifully Creative ~ Thanks for sharing, I hope you'll stop by for a visit too~
    Cheryl

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  46. that's so absolutely adorable!
    i totally love it.

    I linked to your tutorial on my blog - thanks for sharing!

    doro K.

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  47. That turned out great.I love how you made the rose.Looks so elegant in that frame.Joining from cowgirl up party.

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  48. so creative and beautiful, I really LOVE this! just pinned it! xo

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  49. Hi Lucy,

    Just thought I'd let you know that your sweet wreath has been featured HERE on The Wreath Blog. Thanks for sharing it with us!

    Michele

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  50. You got featured on cowgirl up week 2!!! Grab a featured button for your blog! Congrats!!

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  51. Stunningly beautiful and so creative!

    I hope you'll come share this at the Knick of Time Tuesday Vintage Style Link Party - the party is going on now!

    Blessings,
    Angie @ Knick of Time

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  52. I LOVE this!!! Thanks for sharing! I think the photography of it is great!
    Blessings,
    Carrie

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  53. So lovely! Pinned :)

    <3 Christina @ I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original link party is open.

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