Hello everyone! I am back from my trip to Salt Lake City where I met the team from Cricut and attended the Alt Summit. It was a very successful week and I will be sharing some of my finds and news from that in the next few months. The highlights of my week were: 1) Meeting the AMAZING and talented team at Cricut. You will be hearing a lot more about their new Explore cutter from me. (It cuts felt, leather, cardboard to give you a hint). 2) Meeting some of the talented bloggers that I follow and love and finding out the follow and love me too. 3) Listening to Christiane Lemieux from Dwell Studio talk about how she built her oh so successful company. 4) Enjoying keynote speaker, artist, photographer and fashion blogger Garance Doré share her inspiring story. 5) Meeting the founder of Pinterest, Ben Silbermann. Thank you Ben for inventing Pinterest! 6) Connecting with some wonderful sponsors and networks who will make it possible for me to continue this handcrafted journey with all of you. Yeah baby!!
The last few days I have been playing catchup on my sleep as well as putting things back in order here. I am going to show you all later this week my before and after office space as I reorganize so you can all know I am human too. Today I am going to share a very simple project. Still LOVING the paper feathers I was reluctant to put them away with the rest of my Christmas decor a few weeks ago. So, I disassembled my feather garland and simply attached them to a grapevine wreath with just a bit of hot glue. So very simple and elegant and has a great home right on top of my bookcase. You may remember the teal feather wreath I made for my office, and if not here is that post. If you missed the template for these feathers, you can find them here. Until tomorrow! ~ Lia
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I love your items! I will definitely link to you on my store blog once it’s up and running!
My daughter is going to flip out when she receives a feather wreath! We have a special connection with feathers for several years now. This is going to be FUN!
Thanks for sharing 🙂
Adorable Jodi! Keep me updated on your story. 🙂
I love your feathers! I’m so glad I found your site!!! Thanks.
This is so pretty! The feathers look so real.
Thanks Linda! And you can make them too. 🙂
This wreath is exquisite! I really love it and will shamelessly copy it for my front door. Thank you so much for sharing your incredible talents.
Do it!! I love sharing and it is my job to help you make your lives more beautiful. 😉
Forgot to tell you I gave your blog address to a young gal getting married later on. I told her about the incredible wedding things you have on your blog. She’ll be doing all her own wedding favors, etc. Possibly her invitations also. I offered to help but sounds like her Mom is pretty handy at computer and making things. I gave her my email address also.
She works at our local Burger King and we’ve gotten friendly. We’re their favorite old couple.
Nice! It is so good to create a community and craftiness is a wonderful way to link. 🙂
Love all your feather wreaths. This one you featured today is pretty also, love the gold, glitter and use of music paper. I did make one like your first one but think I’d like to make another one like this. Pretty red and white feathers would be gorgeous for Valentines. I love how versatile your creations are. I enjoyed making the teal/green feather wreath. I’ll have to get out my feather patterns so I can make this one. Have bunch of music paper I copied for when I’d need it. Been covering paper mache letters, forms with music paper, going to hang them on a jalousie door on wall. First have to decide what color to paint the door. Happy week Lia Glad to have you back from you exciting trip. Looking forward to seeing the new cutter.
Thanks JaneEllen. Yes, I like things to be versatile for sure. These paper feathers are a perfect example.
Very beautiful, Lia 🙂