Flip Flops Family Wreathe: Really Crafty Link Party

Thank you to Keeping It Real for the opportunity to participate in the Really Crafty Link Party #72 with my Flip Flops Family Wreathe. This was so fun and easy to make!

Supplies needed:

  • 3 pairs of cheap flip flops (I chose one pair for each member of our family; these were 98 cents each at Walmart)
  • flower embellishments ($1 bin at Michaels)
  • white wooden letter for your last name (Michaels)
  • ribbon
  • hot glue

Directions:

  1. glue all flowers to shoes and letter
  2. glue shoes together along the edges that touch
  3. glue letter to middle pair
  4. glue ribbon to back of middle pair
  5. reinforce ribbon with electrical or packing tape
  6. hang and enjoy!
  7. Hint: if you have a peep hole, try to measure the ribbon so that you can still see through some part of the wreathe

Or buy one from Oh BaBee! Originals. I would love to make one for you.

 

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Jingling All the Way Back Into My Studio

Happy to be jingling all the way back into my Oh BaBee! Originals studio to make these unique Christmas cards. Joy to the world!

Really Crafty Link Party

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Thank you to Keeping It Real for inviting me to the 43rd Real Crafty Link Party. I created these Christmas cards this week for anyone way ahead of the game, ready to buy unique cards to go with their gifts. They are made with card stock, up-cycled fabric, straws, ribbon, embellishments, and pom-poms. Each has its own whimsical theme. They come with a large envelope and a protective wrap. Sold through Oh BaBee! Originals on this website. $7 each. Joy to the world!

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