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May Arts+Simple Stories+Xyron

Welcome to Day #1 of the fabulous team-up between
SIMPLE STORIES, MAY ARTS RIBBON & XYRON
I am honored to currently represent all three of these amazing companies!

**PRIZE**PRIZE**PRIZE**PRIZE**
Up for grabs will be a three prize packs including:
"Good Day Sunshine" Collection Kit from Simple Stories
1 Spool of Choice from May Arts
2.5" Sticker Maker from Xyron
Visit each of the manufacturers' blogs to leave a comment for the prize drawing!

 For my project today I have altered a wooden house shaped plaque with 
Simple Stories' "Story of Us" Collection and various ribbon/trim by May Arts

Putting it all together was made quick and easy with the 
9" Creative Station and other adhesives by Xyron.

 I trimmed the edges of the pieces with either a 1/4" ribbon or pom pom trim by May Arts.  
For the outer edge, I applied the 1/4" Doubled Sided High Tack Tape by Xyron and then
 pressed the ribbon in place.  

 The pre-cut wood set also came with a folk art style heart that I covered in paper and then 
embellished with chipboard stickers, enamel dots and cardstock stickers.

 To the top I made a large bow with May Arts faux burlap ribbon.
  I looped the ribbon back and forth and then cinched together at the center with twine. 
 To cover the twine, I used a large decorative brad. 
 
 The finished plaque makes a cute centerpiece for a wedding shower and then can be passed
 along to the bride-to-be! 

Products Used:
Simple Stories- Story of Us Collection: 5900- Collection Kit;  5901-Simple Basics Kit; 
5902 Fundamental 12X12 Stickers; 5927- Decorative Brads; 5928- Chipboard Stickers;
 5931- Enamel Dots; Smarty Pants Collection: 3403 Expression 12X12 Stickers
Xyron- 9" Creative Station w/ Permanent Adhesive; 1/4" Double-Sided High Tack Tape;
 3/16" High Tack Adhesive Dots
May Arts- 1.5" Faux Burlap Wired Ribbon; Ivory Mini Pom Pom Ribbon;
 3/8" Grosgrain Striped Black Ribbon

 Here is a list of the May Arts Blog Hop list for the week:

Monday



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Wednesday

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Friday


Comments

  1. DELIGHTFUL plaque Shellye!!!
    LOVE EVERYTHING about it, from the pretty papers and pom poms to your GORGEOUS burlap bow - WOW - I would LOVE to have this BEAUTY hanging on the wall at our house => will definitely be trying to re-create it => THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

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  2. Beautiful and awesome, great project, papers, colors and elements.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  3. Love your gorgeous plaque with the touch of Burlap!

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  4. This is beautiful! I love the papers and embellishments. The pom pom trim is adorable!

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  5. What a great idea -- love all the details -- so inspirational -- that burlap adds a touch of country which I really like. Thanks for sharing

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  6. I just have to say that this is hands- down the coolest thing you do - adding paper and embellishments to plain old objects and making them into MASTERPIECES!!! This is just another excellent example of that talent!! Hugs to you!!

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  7. Your covered house
    is so cute and pretty!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. What a pretty plaque! I love the colors and layering.

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  9. Gorgeous plaque! Beautiful colors and texture - earthy and lovely!

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  10. Great project as always Shelly!

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  11. What a fabulous plaques! Love, love, love the burlap bow!

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  12. Great idea to make a decoration and then it becomes a gift and memory for the someone.

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  13. This is darling. Love that creative station and the papers. Well done.

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  14. My bows never turn out like that. Great tag!!

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  15. This is so beautiful, great job!

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  16. Very nice Shelly. I love that collection of papers and the fun little pom-pom ribbon you added along the edge. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Beautiful details and such a creative project!

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  18. Love the neutrals and that delicious bow. Great texture!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  19. Awesome! I love how you combine all the different elements!

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  20. very nice job with your plaque :)

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  21. It's nice how your project is so pretty and textured but there isn't so much going in that it's distacting. Super cute!

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  22. this is amazing~ soooo amazing! Did I say it was amazing? love the bow and how did I miss that ribbon at MA??? Time to shop

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