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paper chandelier. After closer inspection, I realized they were a little too bruised and battered to work for this project.
ps. I used bristol paper as my backing for both projects.
Now, normally this would bug the heck out of me and it would have been in the trash .02 seconds after I saw this mess. But strangely enough, I didn't really care. This simple project is sort of a place holder until I can find something more interesting to fill the frame.
coo-coo clock is a project that I finished in early December when I first started getting into embroidery. I swear I ironed it before I put it into the frame, but it still looks wrinkly. I think that is because the stitches are pulling on the fabric. Oh well, I still like it.
this on Pinterest. But I love this one. It's just so completely true of me, which makes it perfect. And it's blue - so it matches my room.
The only thing I have left to do is fill the largest frame I bought (11x15). I have something completely different that I want to do with that, but I'll tell you about it later. For now, I'll just work on getting up the guts to hang this shelf myself and that could take months.