Monday, February 15, 2010

Burlap and Birdies

I have a thing for burlap stuff. 
It is the color and texture that I adore. 
I also love birds. 
 My English friend swears that birds
are not good luck to use as decoration in the home. 
 I say who cares as I love the sweetness they add to home decor. 
 I saw several creative gals use burlap to wrap candles
and just felt I had to have my way with this fabulous idea
and add my spin.

So...
 supplies I purchased today...
Yes, moss ribbon...fabulous new crafting item.
My first candle, lavender and lilac scented...
Tall burlap wrapped with moss and a silver birdie!
Medium sized  with the same elements.
Why not paint a birdie, dry brush and add twine and a little silver charm?
My new collection to inspire Spring to come our way.
I see all kinds of possibilities for summer, fall...
For right now, I am hoping for Spring.
WHAT IS YOUR TAKE?

Molly

Linked to
http://lbratina.blogspot.com/2010/02/thrifty-thursday-53-plus-tablescape.html



20 comments:

  1. Darling...I hope it does indeed bring spring on! Kim

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  2. These turned out amazing! It's so cool how a fun charm can completely transform a look from causal to elegant.

    Thank you so much for linking to Tip Junkie. My readers are going to LOVE this!

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  3. Moss ribbon??? OMG!! TY TY!! Your candles are gorgeous! I am wrapping candles in burlap today too...coincidence, no??
    http://www.thecountrychiccottage.net/2010/02/burlap-and-ribbon-candle-wraps-no.html

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  4. Molly, I love it! Can you tell me where you get the moss ribbon. I think I want to moss ribbon everything I own. It would be great for a woodland type theme.

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  5. I don't believe in "luck" so I decorate like crazy with birds! They're so sweet and comforting! I especially love the candle holders you made with the purple accent. Lovely!

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  6. I think they are cute! I've never heard that birds are not good luck, oh well they are cute anyway!

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  7. Pretty! Everything is SO pretty!! :)

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  8. Adorable..so all my bird decorations are the cause of me never winning the lottery? Wish someone would have told me sooner- I could have saved all those little dollar bills and kept on decorating with birds :)
    tammy

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  9. anything with moss or burlap is on my love list! These candles are amazing! I could see them as my table centerpiece. LOving this idea! Thanks for linking up at Whatever Goes Wednesday. I hope to see you back next week!

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  10. I love them all!!! Now I want to make some. Where did you get your moss ribbon? And was it expensive?

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  11. I purchased the moss ribon at Joanne's. it was expensive but currently 30% off. I think $5.99 for 48 inches.

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  12. What a wonderful project. I am off to buy burlap.

    I am so glad I found your blog this morning. I will be back, and I am now a follower.

    Laura @ White Spray Paint

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  13. How pretty! I really like the candles.

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  14. Simply stunning! What a fabulous idea, I hope you don't mind if I share this with my cousin, she is looking for an idea to use for her wedding reception, these would be perfect for the tables. I will be sure to link back to you if she uses the idea.

    :) I am truly inspired.

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  15. They are so pretty. What a great idea for a natural wedding! Oh, I'm gettin' ideas here...apparently so is Audra. My sis is getting married in October....I'll let you know if we steal this from ya! Great job!

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  16. That is a wonderful springy look and I am SO ready for spring! Great post!

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  17. I LOVE these! You had me at burlap! These are so pretty! Dont forget to link back so others can visit. Thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week!
    Hugs,
    Leigh
    Tales from Bloggeritaville
    www.lbratina.blogspot.com

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  18. I've never seen moss ribbon... I'm off to get some!

    I'll be back,
    Bunny Jean

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