Thursday, December 8, 2011

Triangle Trees


Yesterday I stitched up a few simple little triangle trees
to share with the gals at book club.
So easy! 
It's lots of fun working with all this vintage ric-rac.

Looking at this picture now, I realize I should have added 
a star or some bling to the top.
Oh well... it's too late now.
I think they liked them anyway.


30 comments:

  1. You hava a good eye for colour and, I think, you like ric-rac too, don't you? ;-) I think it's great stuff!

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  2. Wow, those are great! Don't change a thing, they are fabulous. They are just so much fun!

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  3. Those are very sweet! Love the idea. Ric rac is one of my favorite notions :)

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  4. What a cute idea. I have liked ric rac as a trim on things. So festive and bright.

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  5. Perfect!! You've giving me ideas!

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  6. Those little trees are very cute. I love using rick rack in projects.

    Danielle

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  7. What a great gift. I love their charm. Smiles...Renee

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  8. cutest trees so far next to those felt ones you did a little while back.....you are queen of sweet trees!

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  9. How adorable. I don't think they even need a star or anything else!

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  10. The little trees are adorable just the way they are! I love the ric-rac.

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  11. What sweet little Christmas tree's! I think they have turned out really well. I am sure the gals at your book club will be so pleased with them :)

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  12. Absolutely darling. I can't wait to dig back into the Christmas crafting. Thank you for all your sweet comments on my blog. I'm ready to start enjoying the holiday season after so much "life" this past week.

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  13. Is there anything cuter than rick rack? Oh yes there is ... these cute little Christmas tree ornaments. Love them and I'm sure the book club ladies did too.

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  14. Cute little trees, great way to use up all that ric rak

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  15. Beautifully simple and oh-so-charming. Just the way a Christmas decoration should be.

    xo
    Claudia

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  16. Those are so cute! What a quick and easy thing to do. Maybe I can get my girls involved in making some of them...

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  17. I know they like them anyway... they're wonderful!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  18. I think they're adorable just the way they are and I wouldn't change a thing! I hope you're enjoying these last weeks before Christmas. Have a wonderful day!
    Maura :)

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  19. These are just adorable! blessings,Kathleen

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  20. I love ric rac as much as I love saying the words.

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  21. Sweet little trees, and very thoughtful of you.

    Hope you have a great weekend, and do something fun :)

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  22. What cute little trees! I could see a bunch of them in a little wicker basket. :-) I don't think they necessarily need a star or any other kind of bling on top - I think they're lovely just the way they are!

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  23. These are just precious and look like something I could make! I might try...I love yours! Happy holidays! ♥

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  24. What lucky friends you have - those are darling!

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  25. I adore these...I need to get out my machine..I think pink ones would be perfect for my tree. xoxoxo HUGS

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  26. These are so cute, I love the ricrac decoration. They look perfect just as they are!
    Helen x

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