Friday, November 4, 2011

What I Am Thankful for Blog Hop- Fall Rosette Wreath or Table Centerpiece


Welcome to the "What I Am Thankful For" Blog Hop.  This hop is scheduled from Nov. 4 at 8:00 am through Nov. 5 at 11:00 pm (central time).

If you just happened to come to this blog, you are at the beginning with Lisa Peters- http://handmadewithlove-lisa.blogspot.com/.  

We're so excited to be doing this hop and we have a fabulous lineup with some very talented ladies. There will be lots of fun projects, along with some great blog candy, and a great grand prize for this hop.

The hop is a 2 day hop so you will have plenty of time to make it through the whole hop lineup twice. Check out each blog and see what blog candy you can win at the individual stops.  Please come back both days to see great projects.

My project is a Rosette Fall wreath or Table Centerpiece
Start with a 12 inch straw wreath and 4 yards ribbon 
Wrap the wreath with the ribbon and glue down with a hot glue gun.  
You then need to make a ton of rosettes.  I used my Tim Holtz Rosette makers which come in three sizes- 1 3/4, 2 1/8, and 2 5/8. 
You can also make them by hand or if your lucky enough to get  your hand on the new Rosette's cart by Cricut you can use that.  I know I for one will be buying that cartridge.  
Once I got a bunch of rosettes made using the DCWV Fall stack I started gluing the rosettes all over the wreath.  I started with larger ones and filled in with smaller ones.  
I then cut out a pile of leaves  from Sesame Street Seasons Cricut Cartridge page 50, 51, and 52 cut at 5 inches and 3.75 inches.  Embossed using several Cuttlebug folders, crumpled and inked with Tim Holtz Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo Distressed Inks. 
These were glued on bottom of wreath.   
 Here is the finished product.  
Closeup- I added some Fall berries and Fall felt embellishments to some of the rosettes.  

If you missed the blog hop yesterday please go back and check out the great projects on Day 1.  
To be elgible for my blog candy please become a follower and leave a comment.  I will draw a winner after my blog hop on Nov. 16th. for a $10 gift card for your choice of Michaels or Joanns.
Any comment made on the 4th, 5th and 16th will be elgible.  

To be eligible for the grand prize, you must visit each blog, leave a comment and then become a follower of every participant in this hop. You also MUST visit my blog and leave a comment on my blog for the day and also become a follower at "Scrapping With Lisa" and my facebook page:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scrapping-with-Lisa/130882060268842.  Please let me know if you don't do facebook and I won't count that against you for the blog candy.  Now for the blog candy, I bet you are wondering what it could be.   It will be a grab bag full of goodies. 

There is no next stop as you have now completed the What I am Thankful for blog hop.    Have a great day, happy craftin and please come back to my blog again.  


Posted in Robin's Creative Cottage Linking party on 11/24 as my favorite project of this month. 
I am also entering this the following blog challenges- Cooking It Up With Katie-Anything but a card, Paper Playtime-Any project past or present, Craft Junkie 2-link party, You Had Me at Craft-link party, Stuck on You Sketches- leaf, Celebrate the Occasion-Fall pumpkin, and the Cricut Circle Monthly Challenge- Signs of Fall.   Also posting on Craft Junkie Too Linking Party and Passionately Artistic Linking party.  
Here is the complete lineup:
Suzanne http://cricutcraftingrammy.blogspot.com/ Last but not least.  

34 comments:

  1. I LOVE this!! It would make a wonderful centerpiece at the dinner table!!

    hugs,
    Michelle

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  2. Oh my Word...that was a lot work but so worth it.. That wreath is something else with so much detail (WOW) and I love your use of fall colors..
    thnx for joining in on our die cut challenge
    Hugs
    Nanné

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  3. WOW! It is incredible!! I am so intrigued by the rosettes that everyone has posted and this project is so beautiful! Complete with fall colors and the way you embossed and inked the leaves...you definitely should be proud!!

    transport7800@aol.com
    http://mawmawsthoughts.blogspot.com/
    follower

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  4. What a beautiful piece,, so much fall coloring ,, makesone want to jump in a pile of leaves.. :) lindaplusthree at yahoo dot com

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  5. VERY CUTE LOVE IT..THANKS FOR A GREAT HOP AND PROJECTS

    CATHIE
    SCRAPHAPPYCAT@GMAIL.COM

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  6. What an awesome piece of art! Very creative and cool. So glad you could play along with us at SOUS!

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  7. Wow! What a great center piece Love all them leaves and great idea embossing them looks GREAT!
    Thanks so much for joining us @ SOUS.

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  8. yay, best for last. I am working on Thanksgiving things, and this is great inspiration! Love it! Thank you.

    As always, love hopping and seeing the great projects and talent from everyone.

    www.inspired-by-scrapping.blogspot.com
    Jackie

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  9. Very nice project... beautiful...

    thanks for playing with us at CTO...

    Ivette_DT

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  10. I love your wreath! I am so glad you went into detail on how to make it! I hope to try it. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown edwinabrown@comcast.net

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  11. Awesome wreath, Suzanne. I love the colors and textures, its beautiful. Great job.

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  12. Beautiful!

    -Brittney
    rnbw_skittles32@hotmail.com
    www.brittneyscricutcreations.blogspot.com

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  13. Wow - what a great looking centerpiece/weath - glad I found this hop - it's been an inspiring 2 days of hopping :)
    TFS
    dj_enns@yahoo.com
    craftsandadventuresfromtheenns.blogspot.com

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  14. Very pretty!! Thanks for playing with us at CTO!
    Laurie
    scrapsbysissy.blogspot.com

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  15. Very pretty--love all the rosettes!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  16. Wow! What a gorgeous wreath! Fabulous idea to make it with rosettes! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Stuck on U Sketches!

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  17. This is a super fantastic project. I would love to do something like it.
    marg0006@verizon.net

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  18. Beautiful. You put a lot of work into this, but the end result is amazing!

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  19. WOW! What an awesome centerpiece! I love all the paper cuts and rosettes! Thanks for playing at CTO!

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  20. Geez...
    This is something else!
    You should be SO excited
    about how this turned out!
    Its amazing! What a table topper!
    =)
    Thanks for sharing this for our
    challenge...awesome to see!

    Leah

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  21. Wonderful! Thanks for playing along at Cooking It Up with Katie this week. Hope to see you again next week.
    NanaConnie DT Chef

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  22. amazing work! Thanks for joining us at SOUS!

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  23. Wow your were busy, beautifully done! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO :)

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  24. What a gorgeous wreath! You've obviously put a lot of time and detail into this project and it shows! Thanks for joining us at SOUS!

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  25. Wow great job on your wall decor. I don’t do much decor but with instructions I believe I can get it done. Thanks for sharing. I’m a follower. Blessing AJ

    jeria22@yahoo.com

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  26. So pretty! I love the textured leaves and little diecuts you added.
    Thank you for sharing! :)

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  27. Wow, I would of never thought to put a wreath under my vase. Very creative idea. Thank you I am going to do that with my dinner table at Thanksgiving....

    Sharyn
    sharynscreations.blogspot.com
    sharynknox @ gmail.com

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  28. What a wonderful centerpiece! Creative idea!
    Thanks you for sharing with us a Patches of Pink.
    Shelly
    http://mypaperlove.blogspot.com/
    Patches of Pink Design team member

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  29. WOW that is amazing! great job. Very creative use of a wreath its so pretty.

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  30. WOW this is fantastic. I love the idea that it can be used as more than one creative decoration! Fabby job hun!
    :O)
    Jessica
    Stopped over to say hi from Robin's Link Up Party!

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  31. Wow, what an amazing project! This would make a stunning centerpiece! And I loved the tutorial that went along with it. Thanks so much for linking up with Robin's Creative Cottage!
    Heather :)

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