Mother's Day I decided I needed a corsage to perk up my outfit.
After seeing lots of cool inspiration at the Beehive Bazaar on Friday,
I decided to make one.
So I did. I'm not exactly sure how I did it, I just kind of made it up as I went along to be honest. I was pleased with the outcome. And when my daughter first saw it she said, "Oh, did you buy that at the Beehive Bazaar?" Which I took as a great compliment.
Speaking of my daughter, look what that brilliant child sneakily bought me for Mother's Day.
(At the Beehive Bazaar, of course!) I love them!
Here is what I bought at the BB. A package of vintage trims and some adorable hedgehog note cards. I can't help you out on the trims, but you can buy the same note cards here! You don't even have to come to Utah! She has lots of VERY adorable things there. (Don't say I didn't warn you!) So you could call the BB a great success. Lots of inspiration and some good loot too.
And while we're on the subject of vintage trims, every once in a while my Grandma brings me a collection of random things from her house. I was kind of excited by this lot. I don't know what I'm going to do with any of it yet, but I'm excited to have it on hand when the inspiration hits. Always good to have some burlap on hand. I've been collecting strawberry stuff recently, so I was excited to see that bolt of ribbon. I love the roll of blue decorative stuff. Guess what it's on? Elastic! I think it's so pretty, but I don't know how to best use it. Suggestions?
Lastly, our resident artist is back at work. I guess I need to come up with a better threat.
At least it wasn't the quilt, right?