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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Home Decor Hop April 22-24

Welcome to my blog for my Home Decor project.  I hope you got here from Kimmarie http://kimmarieskorner.blogspot.com/ If not you can go back to Faith  http://faithfulecreations.wordpress.com/ and follow the line up.

I made a Memory Board, but it is a unique Memory Board.  I love Cosmocricket Paper and I "over bought" this pattern, "Girl Friday."  I started with an old 12 X 24 canvas, randomly tore the paper, and then "mod podged" it in no particular order.  I used five or six more coats of Mod Podge, then I used ribbon and just criss-crossed the canvas, putting Tim Holtz Brads at the ribbon intersections.  I am planning on using some of my tag swaps that I have received and love so much. 

This project cost almost nothing except for the Modge Podge and would also be great to put pictures on. 

OK - Blog Candy--Follow Faith's instructions for the big give-a-way, but I am also giving away two bottles of Lindy Stamp Gang Spray.  Just make sure you sign up to follow my blog and leave a comment of how you would suggest using a board like this one. 

Now go to Kathy's http://kathy-thebeautifullife.blogspot.com/  I will announce the winner for my give-a-way Monday night.  Thanks for looking.




33 comments:

Gill McCall said...

I just love this project and its given me a fabby idea for my own room. thanks for sharing

Linda Dale said...

I have always wanted to make a board like this. Thanks for the inspiration. Great job.

Mrs. Swandog said...

Great project...it is so cool!

Vicki said...

I love these memory boards, its on my list now to make one myself! thanks!

Cricut Design Chicks SWARM said...

oops.. signed up to be a follower and then my previous pic. sorry :0 I would put pics of my grandkids in this awesome photo holder. LOVE IT!
parkernana5@cox.net

Bonita Rose said...

fabulous board, I made one too for the hop! hugs xo

Misty said...

Love the colors in the board.
Hummer Hugs,
Misty
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hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

Patti B said...

Memory boards are great gifts. Nice job

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Trisha said...

Love memory boards. Great job. Thanks for sharing. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Brenda said...

I love memory boards. I have one in my kitchen and dining room for family pictures. I rotate them out to scrap. Thanks for a chance at your ga too
Burffrau @ aol dot com

IRUNINCIRCLES said...

Memory boards are such a great idea...my boys have one in the kitchen to remind them of things I need them to finish. :)
thanks for the share!!

New follower!
Shannon_Corbin@live.com

Cyndi S said...

Great memory board. My daughter would love this in her bedroom for notes and pictures from friends.
cstephenson at q dot com

Jenn Roseman said...

Love it!!!!!!!!!!!

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

Very nice. Are you going to give this to Faith? She takes a lot of pictures of her kids and would make great use of it!
Nice to be hosting along the hop with you. Do not enter me in the drawing.

Erin Wooden-Nagy Independent Crafter said...

Memory boards are such a great idea! Love your colors, and brads to hold the ribbons is great!

Michelle said...

This is a great memory board. I have doing one of these on my to do list .... I actually have an old corkboard that I'm going to use when I do mine.
Thanks for the chance to win too
Michelle
mpetrovich23 at yahoo dot com
I would love it if you would also visit my blog too
http://peanutbutterandjellydesigns.blogspot.com

Kaitlin said...

Great project!:)

Kaitlin
angel1694@comcast.net
http://cupcakesandcards.blogspot.com/

silvia said...

Cool memory board!!

BunnyFreak said...

I would use the board to hold inspiration pieces.

Tanya said...

I would use the board for pictures!!

Tanya
phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

VinDeeLoo said...

How neat.

VinDeeLoo
www.vindeeloosthisnthat.blogspot.com
vndlewis at rocketmail dot com

lovescrapreflect said...

cool projects calebwmartin@yahoo.com

joydee1963 said...

very cool project,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

stampinlara said...

how cute, such a great way to keep track of the kids events!

really really cute! Thanks for sharing.

hopping along!

stampinlara at yahoo dot com

thekolbes said...

Ohh I think it is cool. I would slide, pics, reciepts, ticket stubs etc through the ribbons.
Thanks so much for sharing.
Trish
krazykcrafters at msn dot com

faithfulecreations said...

UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I adore this! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!! Thank you for all you have done for this hop! I appreciate it!

Stephanie said...

Adorable!!! I love memory boards! There are sooo many things that you can use this for! I would probably use my to hang my favorite cards that I have received! Perfect in a craft room to hang your favorite creations! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win!

scrappingwithstephanie@gmail.com
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ScrappinAnn said...

I would put something like this in my scraproom and put up pics of my scrappin friends on it.
Thanks for sharing. It is great!
I am a follower.
Ann
ScrappinAnn at gmail dot com
www.annlenth.blogspot.com

iluvkatie74 said...

Great job. I would use something like this for pictures. I am a picture freak.

iluvkatie74
at yahoo
dot com


PS the day 2 project was fantastic!!

Ola said...

I would use this board to hang pictures that I need to scrap on... it would help to keep organized and not let me forget what I need to be working on!

Thanks so much for sharing!!!

~Ola
okj83 at live dot com
zloe.blogspot.com

A Scrap Above said...

I love these boards, I think you can never have too many of them! I would use this one in my scrap room..=)
Already a follower of your blog
TFS
Bonnie
http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
ascrapabove at aol dot com

Kathy's Kreative Spot said...

Great memory board. i would hang it in my craftroom and put in my cards i make and some family pictures too.
Kathy
Katsews at gmail dotcom

Anniebee said...

I have seen hundreds of memory boards over the years but never thought of making one myself by covering a stretched canvas with paper! That's quite a unique take on the idea. I would use it to post reminder notes I think or to display greeting cards I receive from family and friends.

Anniebee
anniebeescraftroom.blogspot.com