Pinterest is like having online cork boards, to which you pin pictures of your favoritest things. It can be food, kids, arts and crafts, architecture, just about anything really. You can see what other people have posted to their boards and sometimes get ideas for things that you can really do at home!
We raided the fabric stash, and each chose the fabrics we wanted. Then, armed with scissors, we began to cut the fabric in squares and strips. I chose fabrics that had many different colors and scenes already on them, so that I didn't have to do any matching of colors, though you can see that I did end up combining 2 fabrics on one of the ornaments.
Then we hung each one on a shelf to dry over night.
I think they looked good already!
I think it is going to take several more coats of the Mod Podge to really make them shiny, and my in Town Daughter says that we will need to let them cure for a couple of months before we can pack them away.
Hmmm, this year I have discovered two new friends, Spray Paint and Mod Podge, watch out world!
Here is to a meaningful Christmas to all of you!
Merry Christmas, and Happy Weaving, Tina