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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

November 14, 2008

Pink Sparkly Holiday Saturday!

Welcome to Pink Saturday, thanks for stopping by! http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com Beverly is our sweet hostess and has made this a HUGE success.


First of all I wanted to show you a quick Christmas(pink) decoration for your home or your teenagers room! My girl loves pink! I bought three unfinished frames from Michaels, 1.00 a piece. Covered them with watered down glue and glitter.

Next I took Pink Scrapbook paper, chipboard letters from the $1.00 bin at Target and spelled out 'Let It Snow'. Sprinkled a little glitter and added some snowflakes that were also covered with glitter...pink glitter of course!!! Also Melissa at http://theinspiredroom.net/ is having people post their Holiday ideas, decorating ideas, and Holiday recipes-all Holiday oriented, so head over there as well for some wonderful inspiration.
sorry it is blurry...

Here I stacked three snowflakes on top of each other, burning myself with the glue gun...of course!

Here I added a strand of rhinestones...from Joann's....also added a little rhinestone to one of the snowflakes.



Behind the signs are silver stainless steel, not sure, platters I spray painted hot pink! They are not heavy so they are not solid silver, they were only a couple of dollars.

You could also use traditional colors as well for the signs.
Thanks so much for coming by!
Blessings,
Debbie
PS Next week stop by...I am doing Christmas planners every day all next week with organizing tips!

34 comments:

Angie said...

This is so adorable! I also love the other two Christmas crafts - MERRY blocks and the JOY sign. These are exactly the kind of projects I have been looking for to copy. THANKS!!!

Mimi Sue said...

Love all your signs. So cute. I collect JOY ornaments because once I heard a sermon about JOY. If you put Jesus Christ first and then Others and then Yourself you will have true JOY in your life. So there you go. Mimi

Unknown said...

Hi Debbie,
This is a great project! Thanks for sharing,
Diane

Juanita said...

Debbie,
I love coming to your blog and seeing all the wonderful ideas you have.Thanks again and I can't wait to come back next week. Have a blessed day!
Juanita

Janene said...

Hi Debbie~
I have to agree with Juanita. I always look forward to visiting your posts, just to see what other neat crafts you have come up with. Now I just have to make a road trip to Michaels!
See ya later!!!
~Janene~

Linda - Behind My Red Door said...

That is soooooo cute for a pink room!! I love those $1 frames!!

ellen b. said...

Either I'm losing my mind or my comments are going to never never land. I think you are very creative Diane. Do you have a craft room?? Fun Winter creations...

Neabear said...

I love this idea. So cute and adorable. Happy Pink Saturday!

Unknown said...

I just love tutorials, this one is wonderful. I love your idea, and glitter? I love glitter!! Happy Pink Saturday Karen

Melissa Martin said...

Those are so cute! They'd even look great to use for decorating through to Valentine's Day.

fairiemoon said...

Oh, so much fun! I don't know if my daughter would want pink but they are lovely! Happy Pink Saturday!

Tea Time With Melody said...

I like the things you make with glitter. I wish I had the nerve to use it myself. Everytime I go into the craft store and see the pretty colors all I picture is it spilled all over the table and floor. Fear of glitter syndrome that's my problem.

Deb said...

These are gorgeous sparkly holiday frames Debbie! Very creative.

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Debbie.

These are wonderful, and they look awesome displayed. Great idea!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your did a wonderful job! Very pretty!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Hugs, Pat

Lulu said...

thats so neat..I love it..

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

What a simple and pretty idea. I love it! Thanks so much for sharing it. laurie

said...

Your display is so creative and clever!

Darlene said...

Girl you are the DIVA of glitter!!! Cute, CUTE!!!

Kelli said...

Those are such pretty signs...I love the pink snowflakes and all the glitter!
~Kelli

Katie said...

Absolutely wonderful! Such pizzaz! Happy Pink Saturday!

suesueb said...

such a darling idea! and i love pink for christmas!! have a wonderful pink week!!

Virginia said...

Great project!!! I love this idea.
Have a Joyful & Bless weekend,
Virginia

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Very cute!!!! I love that idea and the pink color of course.

CC said...

I love your ideas and your pinks. Have a happy pink week..

My name is Riet said...

What a great idea. I love that. Happy pink week.

Envoy-ette said...

Wow! You are so CLEVER!! Happy Pink Saturday!

Cindy said...

These are absolutley darling! And perfect for Pink Saturday! : D

HPS

c

KatCollects said...

They turned out great, thank you for the sweet idea!
Kathy

Anonymous said...

Beautiful ideas....great post...happy pink to you Thank for sharing

TidyMom said...

These are SOOOO cute!!!

~Tidymom

Anonymous said...

very cute, I love it, you did a great job.
Blessings
Tiara

Anonymous said...

Great craft ideas, and the pink painted platters are divine!

Please stop by my blog and pick up a free copy of my new cookbook, "Finish The Feast: Leftover Turkey They'll Love To Eat!" It's filled with yummy recipes and is suitable for printing and giving as a gift.

Hugs,

Victoria

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