Sunday, March 10, 2013

A mellow yellow kind of bunting

 Do you ever just need to create something?  I often have that urge to make something even if I have no idea what it might be.  Today was one of those days.  I knew I wanted to make a bunting but I needed to go to JoAnn's for fabric. What kind of fabric I wanted was unknown.  I walked around the bolts of fabric at least 4 times but nothing was jumping out at me.  And then I saw this.
 I thought I would be coming home with something pink, but this yellow rose fabric caught my eye and I knew it was perfect for my little project.  The name of it isFrench Country Roses.  Of course I would love it from just the name alone!  The yellow and aqua are so pretty together.  The fabric was on sale for $6.99 a yard, I only got half a yard and have plenty leftover for another project.
 I had some burlap leftover from a wedding I decorated in September.  I cut out a shape very roughly, attached the fabric, spaced them evenly on some yellow ribbon and then glued yellow silk roses from the Dollar Tree to the top of each pennant.  For not having any idea what I was going to make, I think this turned out imperfectly perfect!  Not bad and cost me next to nothing!
 I think it must be the prospect of spring being on its way that draws me to yellow...I recently bought a yellow purse and made yellow cupcakes.  The yellow reminds me of sun and warmth, 2 things that I am really looking forward to! 
Thank you to those of you who voted on my picture on Facebook...I won the contest and will be getting my free photo shoot soon!!  Can't wait to see how they turn out!

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29 comments:

NanaDiana said...

Oh- That is such a sweet ray of sunshine, Trisha! I love the soft, sweet yellow and the display is great! xo Diana

Jana Faith said...

Girl, that is so pretty! Very creative and beautiful.

Katherine Wolak said...

Oh this is stunning! I love the bright, spring colours!!! Such a happy creation! :)

Hugs,

Donna Heber said...

Hi Trisha,

Your bunting is gorgeous! I love those yellow roses.

Isabelle Thornton said...

More than gorgeous. Wow. You have great talent!
Thanks for linking!
Xo

craftyles said...

Cute springtime banner. I love yellow for spring too.

Donna Wilkes said...

This reminds me of warm spring days with a glass of fresh lemonade. Lovely photography.

Laurel@chippingwithcharm said...

So very sweet...love it :)

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

So happy you won, congrats!!
Love the bunting...I'm making some for our white show!

Mari said...

Hi Ttisha,
Love your sweet bunting.....
Just like you, I get the bug to make pretty things....
I just can't help myself' I think it's in the blood to create ;)

Smiles~
Mari

Bev Carter said...

Love your yellow bunting. It is so cute. Love the fabric.
Have a great day,
Bev
@http://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

I absolutely adore bunting, this is so pretty look at all the details you have put into it. Great job! When the creativity sets in theres just no stopping it is there :D

Style Sisters said...

This is just so cute..I need to get motivated to make some spring things. http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2013/03/spring-fireplace-mantel-before-and-after.html

Cottage and Broome said...

I love how the bunting came out, the yellow is so bright and springlike! I know what you mean about needing to create, I always have some type of project going. Thanks so much for stopping by, Laura

chateau chic said...

Your bunting is so sweet and pretty!! Makes me happy to look at it.
Mary Alice

Doni said...

Oh that's just the perfect thing for a summer day! You know, I think yellow might finally be making a comeback. From the days of orange and yellow and avocado colored wallpaper and appliances, to today's beautiful buttery yellows, I'd have to say I prefer the today color scheme! LOVE your bunting and the burlap is a perfect touch!
Thanks so much for sharing with us today for the party!
Blessings,
Doni

Denise Marie said...

love everything about how U did it!!

Amy Kinser said...

Love the bunting...love the color...love the photos.

So nice to meet you tonight.

Blessings, Amy

Katherines Corner said...

it's lovely bright and springy too. Hugs

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love that bunting--and oh yes I do get the urge to make things too! That old door is awesome--and that home sign too. Great post!

Rebecca said...

Absolutely stunning my TALENTED friend. Wow! xoRebecca

Phyllis @Around the House said...

You are so creative, I am the same, not happy unless I am creating something...Your pictures are always so fun and cool...I cannot believe I was not a follower,.I am your newest follower now...see you soon

Jann Olson said...

Love that fabric too Trisha. Looks pefect for your Spring bunting! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Sherry said...

Very cute. Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home.
Sherry

Tammy said...

So pretty! I love it against your rustic door! Thank you for sharing at Rustic Restorations Weekend!

Suzanne Dutcher said...

Girlllll...you are SO talented! Happy you won:) xoxo

Laurel Stephens said...

I get that urge to make something, too! Your bunting is so charming and I just love the pretty fabric. How smart to use flowers this way! Congrats on winning the photo shoot; hope you'll share the photos in a future post. Happy Spring!

Laurel Stephens said...

And congrats on your feature at Jennifer Rizzo!

Isabelle Thornton said...

Featuring you on my blog and Facebook tomorrow! Thanks so much for linking!
XOXO