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Friday, August 1, 2014


Under the Sea


Just hanging around


Most of our family members are be big fans of the Disney cartoons...and my daughter-in-law is no exception.  So, since her birthday was coming up I decided to try my hand at making my first wreath. 

Robin's favorite Disney movie is now and has always been The Little Mermaid and with this in mind I got to work on her birthday gift...all the time with fingers crossed and hoping that she'll like it.  I must admit it was really enjoyable making this and I'm already working on plans for a couple of more wreath projects!  Oh, and I forgot to mention that I'm still singing all of the Little Mermaid songs in my head...even though I completed this days ago...Ugh!

Now for my wreath.  I hope you like it.

 

                                                                         WELCOME

 
 
 
Ariel
 
 
 

 
Sebastian

 
 
 
 
Flounder
 
 
For this project, I used the following cartridges and measurements.  Dreams Come True-Ariel #5 (pg33), cut at 9 1/2", Sebastian (pg37), cut at 2 1/2", Flounder (pg38), cut at 2 1/2",  ArlBrd (pg41), cut at 6 1/2" and Plantin Schoolbook-letter, cut at 1 1/4".
 
For the little extras...Well, the only thing I did was add Glossy Accents to the eyes of each character, Sebastian's outer body and Ariel's lips.  Plus, a Matte finish spray to protect the images from fading and collecting dust.
 
Thanks for stopping by and having a look.  Kathie
 
*Update-Robin LOVED the wreath!
 
 



4 comments:

  1. This wreath is fabulous. She will love it. She must think you are a wonderful mother-in-law.

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    1. Thanks Stephanie. She did love...score, mom 1!

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  2. This is adorable Kathie, what a great gift for your DIL. -Thanks for your sweet comment on my happy Monday post- I would love to tell you more about the inks or any other products from my CTMH store. Let me know ,You can e- mail me or call Have a Blessed day, DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com




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    1. Thank you Diana for stopping by...and thank you for the comment. I really do like the look of CTMH inks (also the colors) and will probably start purchasing them in the not to distant future...and thanks for the offer of telling me more about this product. Kathie

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