Monday, March 29, 2010

Front door frenzy

Okay, I'll admit it. I had no idea what to title this post so front door frenzy won. However, this post isn't even about the front door. It's the other door in the house, the back door. But I'll be honest and say I was a little scared titling my post Back Door Frenzy.. someone might be quite confused if they're googling said item and not looking for a wreath for their door. ;)

I'll admit another thing, this isn't a post about a wreath either. It's a monogram covered in jute and hung by some scrap fabric. If I was good at my blogger duties I would have taken pictures of everything being put together but I didn't. So enjoy some photos where I tried to stay out of the picture and ended up ruining all of them. Be prepared to cock your head to the side-- hey I never said I was a photographer. :)

This is when I gave up and just went for it. Enjoy my pajamas that I proudly wear at 6:00 in the afternoon. evening.

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28 comments:

Betsy Thompson said...

I LOVE it, and I WANT it...with a "T" of course. Seriously, though, you either need to give step by step instructions or sell these to people! Adorable!

Marie@PoutyPinkPrincess said...

Soo cute! I just love your blog!!

Jessi said...

OOOHHHHHH!!! I love it! Love the jute; love the fabric, love it all!

The White Farmhouse said...

Cute idea! I just did my front and back door this weekend too.

Best thing about wearing your jammies so late is not having to change before bed. Saves on laundry!

Nancy said...

LOL, you're too funny!

That's a really good idea. I like it!

Nancy

Lovely Little Nest said...

haha, thanks for clearing that up!

LOVE the non-wreath wreath! :)

Pauline said...

Oooh, I love it. Yes, I believe you need to do a step by step instructions. Where did you get the letter? What is it made out of...is it wood or chip-board? I just really would like to know how you did it. Hope you can help us all.
Pauline
Paline at Tinkertoys.net dot net

Michela said...

Very cute! I like the jute against the pretty ribbon/fabric. It's a nice contrast!

Pam @ Design Fanatic said...

That is too cute! I can think of a whole bunch of places I could put one of these!

Heather said...

Bare with me here. How did you secure the jute? Did you just wrap, wrap wrap and then glue the very end of the jute into the C? Thanks, way cute!

Kenzie said...

So cute!

Natalie said...

Love it! You can just send the C right on over to my house. It's adorable.

shannon said...

Very creative, and what a nice touch to your door. :-) Love it!

Ashley said...

This is adorable; I've been looking for something rustic like this for my front door! I love your blog - thanks for sharing :)

connorandmaddiesmom said...

NICE! I love it!

Jennifer Juniper said...

I love the feeling of this rough twine and colorful ribbon! And I love the jammies :)

Brooke said...

Ooooo, that fabric looks familiar!!! I LOVE IT!!! Can't wait to do it at my house!!! You are the inspiration queen!!! SO SO CUTE!!!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

I like a-LOT! :) Simple, cute, fun, pretty...all good things. :) Thanks for the visit!

too Blessed to Stress said...

Fantastic idea! I have been wanting to spruce up my wreath for summer this year and I think I'll use a monogram - thanks for the inspirations!

~ Emily N. from "too Blessed to Stress"

Pink and Polka Dot said...

omygosh! this is the cutest thing i've ever seen! i am soooo going to copy you!

PeaceLoveApplesauce said...

Hi!! Visiting from Just A Girl.. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

Katie said...

Hahahahahaha that first paragraph made me laugh!!

And this is super cute!

Jen said...

Following you from Shabby Nest! I LOVE this idea. So Cute!

Kim said...

What a great idea! Love it.

Tiffany said...

That is too cute. Love the look! The fabric you used to hang it on is so fun too!

Sherri @ Design2Shine said...

Visiting from the Posh Spring Party. LOVE it! I've been known to wear my pj's to the corner store. ;-)
Love hanging it with fabric. I've used fabric, burlap and wide ribbon and a thumb nail in top of the door!

shannon said...

Darling wreath. I am so glad you linked up this week! Have a great weekend!

Emily said...

That's adorable! I totally want to copy that! Love your fabric choice!

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