Sunday, July 29, 2012

Opus Gluei challenge time! Are you working on something seasonal?

Any stitcher worth her salt is knee deep in
seasonal projects by now, right?

Perhaps you are stitching Christmas presents for friends and family?

Making home decor items for Autumn?

Halloween ornaments?

Well, join the club!

Over at the Order of the Opus Gluei, we're working with the theme of

(click to be taken over to the challenge)

And any art form - stitching, quilting, cross-stitching, multi media, paper, paint, and so on.... is welcome.

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No, I'm not like the department stores and already decorating for fall.
  I'm just sharing this for illustrative purposes.
But I have big plans to actually start in September to make my home looking Fall-ish.  I can add and subtract elements as the season goes on to take us from late summer into early fall and then Halloween and finally into Thanksgiving.

Last year I had stitched one lone Prairie Schooler owl and now there's some friends to share the curly willow twigs with him.

Dry run in the dining room.


Prairie Schooler - Fall Fields
(it's not on the cover but it is on the back page of the leaflet)


Prairie Schooler - Thanksgiving Comes Again


Prairie Schooler - Boo to You


Prairie Schooler - Thanksgiving Comes Again

A lot of fun finishes - felt backing, buttons, ribbon, what's not to love?

Intrigued?

Okay, so go over and share some of your creativity (and projects) with us!

7 comments:

  1. Oh lala Rosemary :o) Nice homemade decor

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  2. How nice that you're decorating your home in the fall theme! I love the ornies, especially the cute little autumn leaves buttons. Such great finishing talent you have!

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  3. TFS your beautiful ornaments and I love the display:
    Jackie

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  4. Beautiful! I love how you have displayed these gorgeous ornaments.


    --Cheryl--

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  5. Oops sorry I forgot about your other blog and thought it was strange that you hadn't posted about this challenge!
    Anywhoo they are all lovely but I especially like the pumpkin man and his killer smile :-)
    love
    Gini
    xx
    P.S. 13 is a lucky number for me so that will counteract any reservations you have about 13 blog followers.

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  6. Oh WOW!!! all your needle work is fabulous!!!

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