Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Old Crepe Paper and Inspiration






While I was digging in my boxes looking for trims, I found some pkgs. of old crepe paper that I had bought a while back at our local St. Vinnies..and thought it would be perfect for doing some flower girls that I saw in Sandra Evertson's book http://www.sandraevertson.blogspot.com/ so made a couple samples to see if I want to do more..hmm my coffee break is over back to the basement and today is when everything gets its glittery finish!

6 comments:

Mary Isabella said...

Hey I have been reading all the post I have missed lately. Love all the turkeys in the window. So Beautiful. I love the vintage things it reminds me of the wonderful thanksgivings I celebreated as a child. Blessings Mary

DesignsbyCK said...

Very nice Debra! Great vintage charm. :)

Hope your upcoming Holidaze show will be a success!

Best,
Chris

Flea Market Queen said...

Aw Debra...So precious!
I love it...
I am trying my hand at some of the vintage pop-up cards from the book you sent me! I will show you when I'm done if they are presentable!
Wanted to slip ove and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving...
Priscilla

Carla said...

Debra, It.s amazing how you always are able to make such beatifull banners. It.s a joy visiting your blog.

Pinkie Denise said...

I bought this book for that very reason I love those little flower girls, yours are so sweet. Love how they turned out. I haven't made mine yet. Thanks for sharing Pinkie Denise

FrostingsNSparkles said...

You are a master, they are all just beautful. Gorgeous stuff

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