Oh my! What a timely post, I have been racking my brain trying to come up with a material that I could use to make small chargers for a few salad plates. This will give the perfect texture against both the wrought stand and the china plates! Thank you so muchLisa
What a lovely, and yet simple and cheap idea!Best regards,Aleksandrahttp://creactiveallaround.blogspot.com/
What a lovely, and yet simple and on low budget idea!Best regards, Aleksandrahttp://creactiveallaround.blogspot.com/
I'm starting to think you're a genius.
It looks so cool you can't even tell its paper!!
Came over from Functional Friday. Will you please stop and let the rest of us catchup!?! You are so incredibly talented and creative and your work is so beautiful and...I don't like to copy someone's work so I try to think of using the basics to create something new, but I have already pinned numerous projects of yours to my board! I am getting a Martha Complex, but I just cannot quit coming over here. Your posts have become my lunch break treat! I must now leave to complete my project for the day. I will be back - I am so addicted!Distressed Donna Down Home
Wow! I'm obsessed with all kinds of vessels lately and this is one of the best I've seen!Thank you so much for sharing, Aimee.
How clever! Love it =)Visiting from Love Notes by Lauryn
Again, you never cease to amaze me Aimee. This is simply awesome! XO
Seriously, how do you do it? How do you come up with so many cool things?!Liz
This would be so cool on the plastic bottle planters my kids made last week! I almost hope it rains this weeks so they can get this going!!! And yay for paper grocery sacks, recycling at it's best!!!
That is freaking awesomeness. Truly! Please do come link up this or any other of your projects to my linky going on now. Hope to see you there! http://www.salttree.net/2012/05/open-call-tuesdays-6.html
Wow this is beautiful i love it! Thanks so much for linking up to Sunday Round Up. I have a giveaway going on at my blog right now for a chance to win a free scrap booking software, its super easy to enter if your interested :) http://www.kaylascreationsblog.com/2012/05/my-memories-scrapbooking-software-give.html Have a great week!-Kayla
I've got so many brown paper bags, this would be a wonderful way to use them--great idea! thanks for sharing :).Alexishttp://simplybeautifulveg.blogspot.com
Stopping by to let you know I am featuring your Brown Paper Bag Vase tomorrow! I love all the wonderful things on your blog! I have had fun looking around and will definitely be back!! Thank you for linking up last week! I would love it if you would link up again this week! Kim@madeinaday
That looks great! I have a tall cylinder shape vase that I think will work with this project.
You are so amazing! I could feature everything you do. I practically do! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com
Just saw this at Someday Crafts and I don't know how I haven't followed your blog before now but that's easily fixed. I absolutely LOVE this!
I love this idea!- I have lots of brown paper! I think I'll be trying this technique today. TFS!!!Hollyhttp://hollysstampingaddiction.blogspot.com/
Love it. I think this would look awesome with burlap too. Thanks for sharing at Toot Your Horn Tuesday :)
That is very cool!