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Simple Projects

Here's two Easy Peezy Projects!!  The votives I ordered from Quick Candle  so easy so fast and real cheap….great for weddings or big affairs.  So I sponged brushed on mod podge and craft glitter and voila!  Then I put about 2 dozen across the mantle lit them and added friends and an ordinary night buy the fire took on a magical glow.  The next project was once again exploiting the uses of
coffee filters!  I took the smallest filter about three inches in diameter dyed them pink with a crystal light powder (no food coloring in the house) soaked them for an hour ,make sure you pull them apart so they are a bit easier to use when done drying DSC_0037
and so they get saturated with color.  Drain and let dry for two to three days or more.  Find a round wooden wreath shape about an inch or two wide. Then take that filter fold in half and half and half again until it looks like a flower and hot glue around the wreath base.  Make them tight together so it looks full add until it's got the look you want!  Some seambinding ribbon to finish off!!  Show me yours would love to see.DSC_0028
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11 Responses to “Simple Projects”

  1. Karla says:

    You are full of the fabulous ideas! Love the wreath esp. I posted my Valentine’s rose petal wreath.
    Karla

  2. LuAnn Smith says:

    Wow, only you could take a coffee filter and turn it in to something fabulous! Great job….

  3. Oh, I love that happy wreath. What a great idea.

  4. mo says:

    The glitter votives are fantastic! I see some of those in my future. I especially love the fabric the beautifully colored coffee filters are on. Is that a new one?

  5. Oh very fun and easy projects, thank you xoxoxo Clarice

  6. I love both projects. So cute. Both are easy enough that my daughter and I can do them together! Thanks for sharing them!

  7. Hi Jennifer, just got your email on your workshop at hour house – oh I so wish I could attend (but long way from Canada) If I ever make it down near your way I’ll be sure and visit – do we get to hear more about your workshop via blogging – would love to see how finding your inner artist worked for you …
    BTW – love the coffee filters – great idea
    Also TKU so much for listing me on your places that inspire on your blog
    Cathy

  8. amy says:

    How fun! What a great pink color!

  9. Sherri says:

    I am now scouring the house for Votive Holders so that I can cover them in glitters!! I have some German Glass Glitter in a deep red that would be perfect for Valentines… What a great Idea – Love the Coffee Filter wreath – fabulous color! xoxo

  10. didn’t we do this in the 70’s…It seems familiar! Love it!

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