It’s here!!!! We have some of the best guest posters lined up for our first (but definatetly not last) VINTAGE CRAFTER’S CHALLENGE.
If you remember each guest poster was mailed a package that included a vintage fat quarter, some vintage trims, some vintage buttons, and their last item was a vintage SURPRISE item. Their challenge was to use all of it or some of it to create something fabulous….and let me tell you—THEY DID. You are going to be amazed at what everyone came up with in all of the vintage goodness.
So, come back tomorrow, and the next day, and the next (you get the picture) because there will be some fabulous posts and some truly creative projects here for the next couple of weeks.
May 25th—Liz’s post
May 27th—Rachel from Maybe Matilda
May 30th—Selina from Sisters 4 Say More is More
May 31st—Jessica from Make It Lovely
June 1st—Danielle from My Sparkle
June 2nd—Maggie from Midwestern Sewing Girl
June 3rd—Sophie from Sisters 4 Say More is More
June 6th–Jo from My Pangaloon
Good luck! And we’ll see you back here tomorrow morning….
Oh so pretty! I would love to make a gardening apron with that!!
I think I would make a dress for my little girl.
Oh how exciting! I can’t wait to see what everyone has come up with. =]
I think I would make a pretty ‘hostess’ apron. Or bonnets for my girls.
Thank you for the chance to win!
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Ooooh! My daughter’s favorite color is blue! I think I would make her a sweet summer skirt. With applique. And I could even try my hand at pockets! j-j-s AT juno DOT com
How fun! I love to look at your blog and see all the beautiful things that you create. I would make a strip work skirt for my little girly!!!
I want to make my girl a dress! or if there is enough fabric maybe a skirt for me…
I just picked up a bunch of vintage patterns this weekend. I’m sure this would be a great addition to one of them
I would make a shirt for my granddaughter:) Very pretty !!!!
I would make a cute little top for my dress-averse 2 year old. Pink and blue are her favorite colors!
I’m obsessed with making paper bag skirts for my daughter! Mixed patterns are my favorite. 🙂
I see either a skirt for my littlest… or a cute spring bag. I love those colors!
The Perfect Trio says
I would love to make hoop art for my studio. I need some color in there!
I would make a vintage, classic looking dress with peter pan collars for my little girl.
this is awesome! i can’t believe i missed it. . . can’t wait for the next round!
love your blog, btw. so adorable!
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