Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Vintage Papercone Wreaths and I have been featured at Project Queen!!!

Yesterday was paper day for me! I got so into it that I worked into the wee hours of the morning making these papercone wreaths! I am obsessed with them. So I made one for Easter and one for Mother's Day.

You could make so many different variations with these!!! Different colours, textured papers, with gift wrapping paper, add glitter and make it a bit blingy and so on!
Can you tell that I was going for the vintage look?!!
E is for Easter!
M is for Mother!
Tea stained music sheets to give it that extra vintage appeal!
These wreaths would be great to oomph up existing French vintage decor! Maybe in a little girl's bedroom with all white furniture? Or in a living room...? I think I'm going to try hanging them up in every room to find the best feature spot for these wreaths!
Easy to make, all you need is card paper for the base, recycled brown paper, glue stick, scissors,  ribbon or twine, lots of time and patience and a good movie!

I love vintage books and papers...I love their colour and the way they feel! I am pleased the way these wreaths turned out. They look vintage to me! And these are great to have up all year round....not just for Christmas! Linking this post to Project Queen!

Now for some other fabulous news!!!! I am so delighted that Mandy from Project Queen has featured my French inspired DIY placemats on her blog! Thank you Mandy!!!

Here's the link to the feature at Project Queen!


Hope you like this post! 
Thanks so much for stopping by!

xox
Rani

15 comments:

  1. Love, love, love these!! And congrats on your placemats being featured, very exciting and well deserved!!

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  2. I love your wreaths! My sister-in-law made these at Christmas (I think she commandered my brother to help!) and they were fabulous. You gave me some great ideas for changing out the center so that it goes with every season. Thanks!
    I'll be back. I'm your newest follower.
    Karen
    Ladybug Creek

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  3. Visiting from the Project Queen. These are super cute wreaths. I'll have to make some.

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  4. Gorgeous! I am totally going to make one.

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  5. Those wreaths are lovely! Congrats on the feature at Project Queen!

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  6. So pretty! I love the music sheets.

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  7. Sweet! I love the sheet music!

    Thanks for visiting me.

    xox

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  8. I lovr the different papers! Great idea.

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  9. Beautiful!!! I love them! I also love those placemats!

    Nice work!
    --Katie
    @ Creatively Living

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  10. Love your wreaths! And the placemats are great too!

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  11. Love the wreaths! So cute! Now I have to try and make one of these. :) Thanks for sharing! threemangoseeds.blogspot.com

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  12. These are awesome!! I'm doing {something} for the American Crafter contest and this is the final week! These would be a great addition! Thanks for sharing!
    Following for sure, I can't stop going through your post! One is cuter than the next! Your so talented

    ~jill

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  13. These are just gorgeous! I love each one of them. The details are lovely. Thank you so much for sharing them with us at Inspiration Friday!

    Heather

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  14. Great wreaths! I will have to do a couple with sheet music.....stop by for a blog visit. I'm your newest follower.

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