Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Quilted Ornament Balls


Linking up this week with
Craftomaniac
Skip to My Lou Make it Cuter Monday
Links in my Side Bar
Show and Tell Wednesday
Trendy Treehouse,


I am working on Quilted Balls - they are a great movie project. It takes about one movie to make one ball - so not to bad - they look awesome. I made my first one on the way to St George, Utah when our daughter had a baby. I have made about one a week since then - shows how many movies I watch! I have 6 done - I need to do about 12 more. Instructions on how to do these are at: http://www.make-stuff.com/projects/quiltball.html

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to see them

momentsofwhimsy said...

Hi Paula,

thanks for popping over to my blog. I've lost your email though, so can you drop me a line at nzcate at hotmail.com?

Love to catch up!

Cate :-)

Lily said...

Hi Paula

I really like your blog and in particular love this little film. Where was it made?

I started my blog not realising how many people love Christmas as much as I do. I love how much work and time you have spent on your blog, am a newbie so hopefully I'll get there soon.

Please feel free to look at my blog if you get a chance. It is http://christmas-believe.blogspot.com/

Hope to keep in touch.

Lily

Natasha said...

I can't wait to see those pictures! Will you be posting pictures of the new baby too! How exciting-congratulations!

Thanks for your lovely comment and for putting my button on your blog! I have added your gorgeous blog to my blog roll. Lovely to meet you!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Cecily said...

Wow! Those look fantastic! What a neat idea!!

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Daring idea!

Lila Rosana said...

I love christmas too.
Your blog is LINDO!!!
Lila

The Quilt Ladies said...

Best time of the year ! ! Love the ornaments

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

This is beautiful. I am hosting a 50 dollar CSN Giveaway on my blog. I would love for you to stop by. Thanks Anu!

Tammy @ tinselshop.com said...

Thanks for linking up to Deck the Halls Friday last week, sorry it took so long to say THANK YOU! These ornaments are adorable, I will have to check out the tutorial. Thanks for inspiring!

Best wishes,
Tammy

Mandie said...

I love those ornaments! They look like they would take a long time to make. Thank you for grabbing my button. I will put yours on my blog too!!

Merry Christmas to you!

Betty Mc said...

Paula, I love your quilted ornaments and it's so fun to listen to Christmas music while I view your blog. Thanks! Betty

Sweet Em said...

Oh my gosh oh my gosh!! My mom made these when we were kids and I LOVE them, I've wanted to make some but she doesn't have the pattern any more. Oh i'm so excited for the link!!

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