Pin Cushion Tutorial

Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Washi tape is uber popular at the moment so when Doodlebug sent out a pile of their new washi tape designs in my DT box I was over the moon with excitement. Okay, I will be the first to admit... I had only ever admired washi tape from afar. Having my very own tape was a new and exciting prospect so I had to put it into good use... immediately!

Today I want to share how I created this fun little pin cushion that is now home to all my heart pins that I could never find when I wanted them.





Yes, I even used the washi tape for all the little flowers and leaves... love this stuff! You will find the full tutorial on today's Doodlebug Blog HERE.

I also have a card to share that I created for the farmer using the beautiful new Valentine's collection from Doodlebug called 'Love Birds'


... let's just hope the chocolate hearts lasts until Valentine's day. I might just be tempted to replace it with an embellishment.


For more inspiration on valentine's projects you can visit the Doodlebug Blog HERE.

From farm to you...

11 comments:

  1. Melinda you have wowed me again I absolutely love this card and the pin cushion!

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  2. I LOVE seeing your lateral thinking creations - they are ALWAYS inspiring...I really like this one! And no washi? Well, you're making up for lost time now, I see!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. OMGosh!! You are amazing!! LOVE these projects..x

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  4. This project is amazing!! You have such an awesome style!

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  5. Ooooh I'm gonna have to try one of those pin cushions!!!! FABULOUS! :)

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  6. SQUEAL!! I need to make one of those pin cushions. GORGEOUS!!!!!

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  7. Your little pin cushion is adorable. I haven't played with washi tape either but I finally found one I had to have and ordered it.
    Your Valentine is beautiful. A lovely card for the Farmer. And who knows, maybe he will share the chocolate heart with you when you give it too him? lol
    Thanks for sharing your lovely work!

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  8. Hello from Belgium, I am in awe of your beautiful creations, it's really beautiful, fan Bravo. Good weekend.

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