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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.

July 3, 2009

Make your own Strawberries!

Hello! I hope your week has been wonderful!I have had quite a week. We lost the car keys to my dad's car....and I have looked everywhere, still can't find them! Oh my...but in the midst of this drama I did do some strawberries made out of wool and vintage tablecloths! And I am hooked on them! (http://hookedonhouses.net/
Be sure to visit Julia at Hooked on Houses for the Hooked on party.
This little sign (Family) I won recently in a blog giveaway from Cherry@http://cherrysjubileehome.blogspot.com/ it just fits in perfectly with my little strawberry!

Resin strawberries I found while thrifting one day!

Add ImageDon't you love strawberries when they are ripe and red! A little whip cream....yumaroo....

I had to make a basket full!

I don't know about you but I just love finding "Free Patterns" on the internet. Last week I found the free pattern for the stuffed watermelons I made and then lost it! This time I am saving these patterns in a Microsoft file on my computer called "free patterns." It doesn't get any easier than this!

Go here for the easy pattern and directions. I actually went to google.com and typed in 'free strawberry pattern'....there were several!
I found the pattern and quickly got my scissors and felt....there was a cutting frenzy! Then a sewing frenzy, then I had to get more stuffing....I used up every piece of polyester batting in the house last week with the watermelons....
Hubby drove me to Joann's fabric store and sat in the car...waiting...patiently...yeah I bet!

A crochet or cross stitch pattern for strawberries.


I seem to have strawberries on my brain...and in my freezer! (Big smile)
Be sure to visit Melissa @http://theinspiredroom.net/ for Beautiful Living fun and ideas!
"Trust in Him at all times, pour out your hearts before Him." Psalm 62:8


Colleen/And Baby Makes Five said...

Thanks for the strawberry pattern link, Debbie! They look so easy and fun to make!

Happy 4th, my friend! And I sure hope you find those keys!

onlymehere said...

I'm going to try this when I need a new pattern for something. I hadn't even thought of googling it and putting free!! Thanks for the idea. I still love all your strawberries and when things calm down I'm going to have to make some! Happy fourth of July! (well, tomorrow anyway)!

Darlene said...

Those are all very cute! Hope you and your family have a wonderful 4th!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

The strawberries are just gorgeous. Love them. Hugs, Marty

Neabear said...

Love your strawberries. You are having too much fun making them. I also love your header picture too. Have a great weekend! Oh, and I hope you eventually find the keys. You will probably find them in the last place you look. That always happens to me.

Anonymous said...

How cute! I especially like the barkcloth one!


Lisa said...

Oh how exciting! I love all your strawberries! I will go right over and look up the patterns! My mom is in the mood to work on some!
Hugs, Lisa

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

I love strawberries--they're so cheerful! These felt ones are fun. Thanks for joining my blog party. Hope you have a wonderful 4th of July weekend!! :-)

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

They are so cute! Thanks for the pattern!


Sue said...

Great post...Love all the photos!
Happy Independence Day!

Shirl said...

Hello Debbie, thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment. I just love your blog, so many fun things here. I'm gonna have to check out those patterns you've linked here. That cross stitch watermellon is just darling!
Bless you, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

Ginger said...

Everything looks so cute and colorful. I love the gingham strawberries the best, so adorable.
I had to laugh when you said your hubby drove you to Joann's and waited patiently.

Cass @ That Old House said...

Those strawberries are adorable! Love the ones in different prints. I also love that little white stove-- so cute.
Thanks! Happy 4th of July... Cass

Linda - Behind My Red Door said...

Your berries are a adorable. I made some last year myself. They are so much fun.!

Have a wonderful 4th and great weekend!

hugs, Linda

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Those are adorable!! :) Visiting from Julia's party. :)

Lylah Ledner said...

Wow Debbie...your spot here in the world is to sweet! I'm loving the strawberry theme....we're just now finally picking them from our garden. U've done an awesome job here....and btw..thanks for stopping by and smelling my lemon basil..:-)

blessings...and happy 4th ~ lylah

Jasmine said...

Those strawberries are cute, Debbie!

Enjoy your strawberries and cream this summer.

Have a great weekend.

Jessica said...

MMM I love strawberries, real and not. :D Thanks for those links! Your strawberries turned out fabulous!

We bought a package of strawberries and I'm putting them in our lemonade (mushed up to bring out the strawberry juice!)

Jessica said...

p.s. I love the verses you include in your posts!