Since my last post I've become addicted to the cake circles. You can see my post below about what I did with the bigger ones. I had to give the little ones a try. I have a Bridal Shower Brunch to go to in a few hours, and I wanted something personal and a little different to give the bride to be...other than a gift card.
This gift is different all right and the poor little bride-to-be will either love it or be wishing I'd been a normal person and given her a gift card. I'm going to suggest she write down a special memory or attach an anniversary picture for each year on the back of each disc. Anyhooooo....Happy Pink Saturday! There is enough pink in this project to make me feel very content about the whole thing.
This is what I watched tonight while I crafted. The Long Long Trailer, from 1954, with Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball. Lots of wonderful colorful trailer decor, vintage fashion, and kitschy goodness. I highly recommend it and it is about newlyweds. I didn't plan to have a movie with the same theme as my craft project, but it worked out well!
I spelled out the couple's name...one cake circle at a time. I used fabric, vintage greeting cards, vintage buttons, ribbon, and other little bits and bobs I had. So, get out your pom-poms and give me and L!
How about an A? I still need to do something with the hole in the heart. Doggone it , I forgot all about that...run a ribbon through it or something?
I'd like an N! (The N is my least favorite. I give it a Negative 5)
Happy Pink Saturday to all of you! Please go visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound to get your pink fix from lots of girls who find pink quite the "it" color! As Beverly has asked us to do, I also wanted to introduce you to a blog I just recently visited for the first time that is super cute and worth a look: Mis Mollye. Just the banner alone on her blog is sweetness deluxe. How does one get that cute of a blog with ribbons and such? It's adorable and she is a great writer too.