Tuesday, November 6, 2012

~How I Made My Fall Vignette~

I was asked by some friends how I made the fall vignette so,
 I wanted to share it with you.
I found the letters at Jo-Ann's Fabric Store.
I cut musical paper for the back of the letters.
I then used Aleene's Tacky Glue to glue it down.
I did this process with each letter.
I bought different patterns of paper for the front of the letters and cut and glued them.
I cut detail shapes on each one.

Flowers and Ribbon
Some glitter
Adding a butterfly and the leaves that I collected,

a nest with blue glittered eggs,
and a little bird.
It was a fun project.
Hope you like it!

20 comments:

  1. How gorgeous are those letters. Every embellishment looks beautiful, very pristine decorating.
    Ann

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  2. these are wonderful, you did a super job on their being so unique and pretty!!

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  3. This really was gorgeous... love the sheet music on the sides and back and your choice for all of the other bits was just perfect. Love it!

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  4. Love the FALL sign Jody, especially with all the sparkles.

    Lynnie

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  5. Ohhh how pretty! I love the way you decorated the letters and how they sit in all the leaves!

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  6. Thanks for sharing. I just love it and will make me one.

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  7. Beautiful job. Great detailing. xo

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  8. Love these, Jody! The colors you chose are are so pretty and the bit of bling is just perfect!

    You should definitely try out that pretty lavender dye you purchased! I had so much fun dyeing those fabrics! Just try it out first on some scrap fabric pieces so you can see how quickly the color takes and what hue it turns. Have fun!!!

    xoxo laurie

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  9. These are just adorable, Jody! I love doing paper crafts. I could spend hours in the various stores looking at all the beautiful papers that are being made today -- so fun!

    Carol

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  10. Oh...How beautiful...creative...and original!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn xo

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  11. I love this. How clever and so beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial and for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

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  12. Stopping by from Welcome Wednesday. I have a new obsession with letters right now, and I absolutely love these!
    -Ashley

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  13. Gorgeous. Hope you'll share it on the All Star Block Party.

    I've been missing out on your Friday link - no projects worth sharing right now as we're in the middle of a kitchen facelift and a mother in the hospital. (she's doing much better)

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  14. Hi, I'm a new follower from "Welcome Wednesday"!

    xo,
    Gwen
    http://junior-executive.blogspot.com

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  15. You hope we like it?!? I LOVE it!! It is so perfectly styled! Sets the mood for sure:)
    P.S. The letters from Jo-Anns are by far the best letters around..they always work best for me:)

    Brittny @ deerlybeelovedcreations.com

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  16. I'm so glad that you did this tutorial! I saw more details than I did in the original post! The letters are so pretty and the little touches, creative! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Leena

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  17. Wonderful project - and can be done for any holiday! Thanks so much for sharing the directions. Joining from Shine on Friday - http://allthoseartsygirls.blogspot.com/

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  18. Super cute! Thanks for joining HSH!
    Sherry

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