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Friday, May 14, 2010

.:Guest Blogger - Cheri @ It's So Very Cheri:.

Hello,
My name is Cheri



from


Its So Very Cheri



I am Mom to 4 great kiddos




and


wife to one hubby.


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I have a couple of fun parties each week.


On Mondays


Its So Very Creative



and on Wednesdays


SPOTLIGHT YOURSELF


~~

I am so honored to be here today to share
with you a tutorial.



I had picked up some of these finials at
Michael's a few months ago and this was the perfect item for this
project.


I had picked, this candlestick, up at a
thrift store, but it was gold and outdated when I got it.


I painted both with my Oil Rubbed Bronze
paint.



Once dry I used my Epoxy gorilla Glue and
glues the dollar store glass jar to the vase.


I also cut a piece of craft foam--the kind
with the sticker backing and traced the bottom of the finial and attached
it to the bottom.


I printed off the tag and cut it, added
some aging to it and tied it with some braid that I had in all of my
supplies.


I used my


Cricut


and



Make the Cut


to cut out all the numbers, then ModPodged
them on to the balls I had painted.



I had a sticker the perfect length, to go
around the bottom


and it said


Yesterday ~ Today ~ Tomorrow


the colors were perfect


and


it went well with the tag


How do I love thee


Let me count the ways


I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and the
project.


I hope you will come for a visit and follow
along.









3 comments:

  1. Too cute! Cheri is a creative gal for sure. I'm featuring your s'more cupcakes on my next post. I can't wait to try those with my BBC! Have a blessed weekend!

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  2. Love this! Cheri is so talented...and so busy, I don't know how she does it all but so glad she shares it with us.

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  3. This is so cute! Thanks for sharing such a creative idea.

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