I was cleaning and organizing some cupboards. For some reason, January does that to
me. I found these two big pieces of floral foam. I was going to throw them away, but then
for some reason, I thought about cutting each piece of foam in half, and took my heart
cookie cutter and cut out four hearts. Then I continued on in the cleaning and found a
bag of old faux flowers. I decided to experiment with the hearts and the flowers,
remembering seeing something in a magazine a few years ago.
With my trusty hot glue gun, I created this small heart.
And then I took some faux hydrangeas, a touch of glitter and made this one.
Using one rose, some faux ivy, and wired crystals from our
daughter's wedding, and I put together another one.
I actually enjoy this type of thing, when an evening
presents some spare time for me.
Recycling in my own unique way:)
The finished project...four dressed up floral foam hearts.
I am not sure why I choose to share my amateur creations
with you all. Actually, I am not sure why
I share any of the things I do on this blog.
It always puzzles me, and I spend time
questioning why I blog? But, the main reason I do, is because
I have met many wonderful, talented people,
including you, and continue to learn
from each and everyone.
so long. Now, 37 years later, we are again waiting, but this time for the birth of our
9th grandchild. Waiting...always a difficult thing to do, right?
Thanks for stopping by. Don't you love our kitchen wallpaper back then?