|Thank you for hopping over and joining me for my stop on Elea's Strawberry Biscuit Blog Hop. Kristyne over at Pretty By Hand is hopping today as well, so be sure to check out her beautiful make. I have been a fan of Elea's work since her first fabric collection and have made projects with each of her lines. I love her sweet, vintage themes and pretty, bright colors. I never have to think very long about what to make with her fabric. It is fabric that talks to me and tells me what to make. Although I have loved each of her fabric lines, Strawberry Biscuit is definitely my favorite because strawberries, vintage blue birds, and roses are a few of my very favorite things. I am so happy to be a part of this hop! There have been so many inspiring projects made and there are still so many more to come!!!|
Next I took bits and pieces of Strawberry Biscuit and applied it to sheets of heavy duty adhesive.
Then I cut out the shapes. I had a blank ceramic tea set that you get to paint yourself so I applied my Strawberry Biscuit "stickers" and added a few stripes and polka dots with paint. I made a quick set of napkins to finish the project up. So simple and fun!!
|Voila!! Our very own custom Strawberry Biscuit tea set.|
|My girls had to try the tea set out with a little picnic in our back yard after school. The tea set has been played with every day since. No broken pieces..... yet!|
|I also freshened up our tea table by recovering the chairs in the beautiful rose print. I have recovered the chairs a few times over the past 9 years with home dec fabric. A friend suggested I Scotchguard the chairs; I am going to take her advice so the fabric will last a very long time, or at least until Elea's next fabric line comes out!!!|
|There have been so many inspiring projects on the Blog Tour and there will be many more next week! The Strawberry Biscuit Blog Hop will resume on Monday. I will be hopping over to visit Taunja at Carried Away Quilting as well as Amanda at JediCraft Girl. I hope to see you there!!!!|