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I {heart} Hoppin’ with Kiwi Lane Designs

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TGIF! Well Cupid is almost here and Kiwi Lane Designs is hosting a heartfelt blog hop until 11:59 PM MST, Sunday, February 9th! There are great giveaways and fantastic inspirations by some amazingly talented ladies. If you got here from Glow Worm Designs, you are in the right place. If you just joined the party, head HERE and get to hoppin’. Be sure to leave a comment over at Kiwi Lane Designs official blog to place you in the running for an opportunity to score yourself some amazing KLD swag of your choice! The winner will be announced on the KDL blog on February 16th.

I also have some goodies heading to one lucky follower up for grabs. To get in the running, be sure to:

  • leave a comment HERE
  • be follower
  • and LIKE my Facebook page

You could be seeing the mailman pull up with the likes of this brand new must-have paper crafting tool and a few other crafty surprises I have cookin’. I will be announcing the lucky winner on Monday, February 10th.

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Now for my “heartfelt” project!

sweetheart yarn wreath

As many of you know I love making wreaths and yarn wreaths are my favorite to make. I found this wreath and was “pinspried”! I have a sweet friend, Jill from Everyday is an Occasion that hosts an annual charity called “Craft for a Cause” and this little guy headed to the Midwest to be donated for the event.

Using some cozy yarn I found on clearance at Michales, I wrapped a 14 inch foam wreath.  Using the KDL Sweetheart Template 2 I traced using a pencil on the backside of some cute chevron fabric, cut the hearts out and hot glued it to the wreath.

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I then wrapped some hemp cord around making a crisscrossing pattern over the hearts.

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Using a very small embroidery hoop, I painted the wooden hoop white and covered with a chevron fabric. I made the twine lollipop using this method.

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Using some felt sheets I happened to have in my stash, I made some quick flowers and embellished with some pearls.

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There you have it, a quick and simple way to add some warm sweetness to “Sweetheart Day”. Speaking of sweetness, the ever-so-talented AND my personal crafty buddy, Holly over at Ribbons a Glue has an awesome project up next. . . the kind of project that makes you say, ” Brilliant! Why did I not think of that?!”.

  1. Kiwi Lane http://kiwilane.com/here/blog/
  2. Charissa Miller http://www.akihasmommascraps.com
  3. Claire Spielmanhttp://scrapmyway.blogspot.com
  4. Lissa Mitchell: http://mightycrafty.blogspot.com
  5. Kristy MacKeen http://mamasanity.blogspot.com
  6. Gail Owens http://glowormdesigns.blogspot.com
  7. Arin Flynn http://apieceoflifespie.com/ You are Here!
  8. Holly Gagnon http://ribbonsandglue.com
  9. Jennifer Blomquisthttp://www.nwstamper.com/
  10. Christine Meyerhttp://scrappingwithchristine.blogspot.com

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About apieceoflifespie

I am a stay at home domestic engineer that has a love for my family, food, writing, crafting, photography and most of all a clean and orderly house. I feel I was born in the wrong era in many things and the only thing I would change if I was a "Donna Reed or June Cleaver" kind of mom is that I would still get to wear my sweats and Crocs while washing the windows.

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  1. Oh WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your wreath is gorgeous and “Heartfelt” and the fact that it is for a good cause, puts you over the top in my book! Love the idea and I’ll be checking out your uber huge Pinterest boards …they look like fun! Thanks for the chance to get more KIWI stuff (my new addiction).
    I’m so happy to share this KLD blog hop with you!
    Creative Wishes
    Claire S.
    http://www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  2. I kinda love you. All around. One day we will meet. Thanks for being a part of my final hop. You are so madly talented.

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  3. Tanya Wheeler (tanyafan24)

    Thanks for sharing your project…

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  4. I LOVE this!! Thank you for posting your exact supply list so I can copy it properly ;)

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  5. Wow! You make it look so easy :-) It’s just adorable!

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  6. Way to think outside the box! Cute wreath!

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  7. Cute Cute Cute!!!

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  8. Awesome Wreath! Love the colors, fantastic job as always! Holly :-)

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  9. There is my wreath!! I ADORE it! Thanks again from the bottom of my heart for making this and donating it! You are AMAZING!!! Smiles, Jill

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  10. Thanks again from the bottom of my heart for making this and donating it! I don’t know how you parted with it! It’s ADORABLE!!! This sweet wreath made $100 towards AED’s! Thanks again! You are THE BEST!! Smiles, Jill

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  11. Very clever idea! Unfortunately, I lack the talent pull this off.

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  12. So stinkin’ cute! I keep toying with the idea of doing a wreath. I am now a follower of yours!

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  13. I keep saying I need to do a wreath. So stinkin’ cute! I am now a follower of yours.

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  14. Thank you for your ideas to make a wreath with yarn, felt, fabric and twine. Thank you for sharing the tutorial on using the twine to make the circles. Very useful info.

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  15. Cute cute project – I really like all the different textures you included on this!

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  16. Wonderful wreath. I like the chevron hearts and the felt flowers.

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  17. Wonderful creation and
    the yarn wreath is neat!
    Also a follower and liked
    you FB page.
    Carla from Utah

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  18. I love ideas that show non-scrapbooking ways to use the templates. Wow! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Very cute wreath! I appreciate your detailed instruction.

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  20. Just gorgeous!! Love your crafty ideas and all your wreaths! So glad to be hopping with you! :)

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  21. Love your wreath and your crafty projects! Just gorgeous. So glad to be hopping with you! :)

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  22. Awesome project and great way to use the templates and thinking ‘outside the box’.

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  23. Wow, what a super cute idea! I love the hearts and flowers, thanks for sharing.

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  24. Roseanna Crawford

    Cute wreath, the tiny hoop is so cute, thanks

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  25. Such a clever idea! I have a hard time thinking of things like this when I’m using a tool that I associate with paper crafting. But it turned out great! Thanks for sharing.

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  27. What a sweet wreath. Cute idea. I am a new follower both here and on FB

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  28. Really cute idea!

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  29. I am totally following you on my Digg Reader account! Love your project (especially the fact that it is for a good cause) as well as the other projects in previous blog posts! Great job with the templates and I look forward to seeing more of your work!

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  30. I love the wreath. I never think of anything creative to do besides scrapbooking. Thanks for the great idea.

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  31. I was just saying today that I was sick of all my old stuff! I will definitely be copying this!! Thanks for the fun idea!

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  32. I love the wreath idea…. I like that you used material instead of paper on your wreath. ….Super cute!!!

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  33. Cute!! Guess I’ll have to get those hoops out of storage!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Nothing puts you in a festive mood like a wreath! Super Cute!

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  35. I love your wreath!! I saw and think I pinned one like this as well on pinterest!! Love how versatile the design templates are and on the hop I’m seeing they are not just for scrap layouts. I’m a happy follower here and on your facebook page. Now to check out your pinterest page!

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  36. Michelle Pleasant

    I love your wreath! Such a creative way to use the design templates. Thanks for sharing!

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  37. This wreath is fabulous! Love how you added the hearts! TFS

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