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Congratulations (and thank you) to Juli. I guess I warned everyone away from the Plastic Spoon Rose Pin but Julie who shared her “Epic Fail” about a dress she was sewing in the wee hours that she managed to sew half backwards and had to spend a lot of energy and time with a seam ripper correcting her mistake. Sewing and I never got along and this sounds like something I would do if I tried to tackle it. Bravo to Juli for fixing the mistake and wearing the finished dress.
I say thank you because Juli is the only one who entered. I’m hoping my next giveaway will get a little more interest. Coming soon: Glass Tile Pendants giveaway.
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This white rose pin is made from plastic spoons! It was created during 30 Days of Creativity and…it’s kind of funky. I wore it to work once and though I received a few compliments on it, it’s really not something I’m going to wear again. But for someone out there (you?) it’s just THE thing you want. It’s fun for me to give stuff away and I just put the notebook in the mail yesterday from my last giveaway.
Look at it – there is a hole in one of the petals. It is kind of clunky and needs to be pinned to sturdy fabric because it will tend to pull forward. I want to be sure you know what you are getting. Still interested?
This is how you enter the giveaway: In the comments section of this post, post about a crafting fail or challenge: Whatever, just put it in your comment. One entry per person, please. My recent attempt involving balloons and melted chocolate (I know, sounds crazy, but I was trying to make cute little chocolate bowls) ended up with me splattered in chocolate.
Chocolate in my hair, on my glasses, down both arms, on my shirt and shorts. Oh, and all over the kitchen too. So – maybe you haven’t baptized YOUR kitchen in chocolate but we want to hear what didn’t work or at least what was a crafting challenge.
You have until Sunday, August 19 to enter. To pick the winner, I will number the comments (omitting my responses and anyone who either doesn’t want the rose or doesn’t follow the rules) and randomly pick a number with this nifty free random number generator. I’ll send an email to the winner and they will have three days to respond. If they don’t respond, I’ll pick another number. Once I have my winner, I will get their shipping address via email and send them the rose pin! Feel free to share this with your friends.
I’ll be giving away a few more of my 30DoC creations ( Button Rings, Macrame Bracelet, Glass Tile Pendants) so keep an eye out and don’t forget to enter with your comment in the comments section. There were only 12 entries in the Notebook Giveaway so don’t hesitate to enter if you want this Plastic Spoon Rose. Also – winning one item does not block you from entering in a future giveaway.
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I made a white rose today and it’s got a pin on the back so I can wear it. Only…I don’t think I will! It also has a hole in one of the petals. Mostly I just wanted to make it!
I thought I bought a small box of spoons when I was getting ready for 30DoC but I can’ t find them. I scrounged around and came with a few less spoons than the directions call for, but close enough. I’m sure I’ll find the box of spoons in the next day or so.
Rem and I went to the DeYoung Museum today and I’d love to say these flower pins from their gift shop inspired me.
But I’d already seen these roses at Can’t Stop Making Things. (Check it out for inspiration).
I’m sorry but I’m not going to post directions. It involves a candle and garden clippers (I used some strong little nippers as well). I couldn’t do it quite as posted, so instead of melting the petals together I used a hot glue gun.
I glued a small circle of felt on the back and then glued a pin back to the felt.
What do you think?
Last year on Day 29 I was also thinking unique roses: check out the Vegetable Printed Wrapping Paper.
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