Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Samantha Walker Creative Team Blog Hop

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Welcome to our Samantha Walker Creative Team Monthly Blog Hop! Are you ready for some inspiration? You should have arrived here from Karen's blog, however if you didn't, you should hop onto Samantha's blog, as that is where all the pretty creations start, and you don't want to miss out!

This month we are sharing creations made with Samantha's Riley Blake Fabrics.  I was going to make a purse, which I will in the future, but I haven't sewed in ages, and when I looked at the pattern I knew it was above my sewing capability at the moment.  Gosh, years ago I used to make suits and dresses, but the purse pattern just scared me...LOL.  So I decided to create something a little bit easier, and I think you will see that anyone can even make this.  Fabric shouldn't scare us scrappers and card makers away!  So, while I did some perusing on the internet to see ideas for fabrics, I came across a fabric bracelet tutorial, and I knew this would be the perfect project for me to create for today's hop.  If you like the bracelet I made, take a look at the link below and you can easily make it yourself, too.  





Here is what it looks like wearing it.  Not to shabby, right???


I used May Arts ribbon to adhere my rosettes to and to tie it. It sure is feminine.


I know Samantha has some beautiful fabric up for grabs, so make sure you comment on the blogs and head on over to her Facebook Wall to leave a comment for more chances to win.


Thanks for visiting and have a great hop!

Hugs,
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34 comments :

Clare G said...

Really adorable...love rosettes, they're just so fun. I'm afraid of purse patterns,too- I'm afraid if I make one, it will fall apart. I've never had anything fall apart that I've sewn, but that's my fear!

Pinkllilac said...

Love your rosette, all the details are so fabulous.
Hugs Linda

Lori Comeau said...

Very cool. Love the rosettes.
http://lorisartsyobsession.blogspot.com/

Colleen said...

Very cute, love the idea.

Jimmi said...

What a pretty, pretty bracelet!!
Your rosettes are so perfect :)

Guiseppa said...

Eva...this is gorgeous! What a fabulous idea. You are so stinkin' talented and cute! Love ya girly!

Jenniwren32 said...

How gorgeous!

StampinCathy said...

What an AWESOME bracelet. You are just amazing with your creative side.

alicecarman said...

Just beautiful! I heart this idea and that you turned it into a bracelet. Cool! TFS

ClassyDify said...

I love anything that has to do with flowers. I try to figure other ways of making my own flowers and now you have inspired me to learn how to make these rosettes. Thank you so much for sharing!!!! Katherine

Angie Blom said...

oh total cuteness Eva.. love the rosettes.. you did such a great job on this. xx

silhouettemania.blogspot.com by joelmamota said...

what great, Eva!!! Congrats! Kiss, joelma

LAuclair said...

Very cool, Eva! I'm really enjoying the Hop today - thanks for the inspiration!

KarenK said...

Wow. Soo cute. I love your fabric combo and your rosettes are to die for. How did you get them so elevated, instead of flat? It's incredible!! TFS, Karen

Jingle said...

This is so fun! Thanks!

JoZart said...

Great idea and it would be great to make a skirt or dress then add a matching rosette bracelet.
JoZarty x

Mary Ann Jenkins said...

What a cute idea, I love it! Oh and you could make one to match many different outfits/fabrics. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Jennifer said...

Hi there! Happy Blog Hop! Nice place! I received an invite via FB! :) LOVE the pics and projects!

Carol said...

Such a clever idea, you really thought outside the box on this challenge! Great job!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

marilyn said...

FABULOUSLY creative! LOVE those flowers.

nancy said...

This is so cute, Eva! Love it!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

This is SUPER DUPER cute! LOVE LOVE LOVE those rosettes!!! Is this so adorable:) LOVE!

Kray said...

Love the roettes! These would look cute on a pair of high heels. Also, on a blouse or around a belt! So very cute!

Lucy Newton said...

So cute and femenine, love it!!!

Peach Rainbow said...

It's beautiful :D

Tina M said...

This flower would be great for a headband...great inspiration!!

Scrapfaire said...

Love the idea for the bracelet...fantastic idea!

sharon g said...

How cute that is. Your daughter will love it.

Carolina said...

Cute! Perfect for a girly girl!

Christine - Tutorial Addict lol said...

The bracelet is ADORABLE!!! I LOVE the fabrics and the pearls! I keep thinking of making one with pearls, maybe BURLAP WITH PEARLS ... Oh I like that :D Glad you like the tutorial!!

Monique said...

Your bracelet is gorgeous!! (and no, not too shabby at all!!!) I would wear it for sure!! TFS!

Carisa said...

too cute, i love fabric rosettes!!!

jennifer mitten said...

What a great idea. Those flowers scare me a little and I love to sew! Great job!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Wow cool!

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