This week I am participating in a Pinterest Challenge as well as a De-Stash Challenge.
Two projects have been completed and, honestly, either could qualify for these two challenges. Both are from my pins and both were made with supplies we had on hand.
5 Ways to say "Love" with Wire Art from Fresh Vintage by Lisa S was actually one of my features from this year's Valentine themed Share Some Love Link Party! So, of course it was pinned, too! Handsome Husband followed Lisa's awesome tutorial and created this wonderful sign. It is currently displayed on our entertainment center! I absolutely 💕 it!
For supply list and instructions, please visit Lisa's post:
5 Ways to say "Love" with Wire Art
5 Ways to say "Love" with Wire Art
Now let's see what other things Pinterest inspired! Head over and visit the other hosts to see what they crafted, cooked, built, or tried!
Erlene - My Pinterventures • Jenny - Cookies Coffee and Crafts Debbee - Debbee's Buzz • Bri - Halfpint Design • Julie - Sum of their Stories T'onna - Sew Crafty Crochet • Beverly - Across the Boulevard • Debra - Shoppe No. 5 Roseann - This Autoimmune Life • Cherryl - Farm Girl Reformed Leslie - Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After • Kelley - Simply Inspired Meals Lydia - Lydia's Flexitarian Kitchen •Joanne - Our Unschooling Journey Kristie - Teadoddles • Gail - Purple Hues and Me • Ashley - Emory Farm Kristie - Love My Little Cottage • Crissy - First Day of Home Habiba - Craftify My Love • Marie - The Inspiration Vault • Emily - Domestic Deadline Lauren - Mom Home Guide • Maria - Simple Nature Decor Alexandra - Eye Love Knots • Lynne - My Family Thyme Marci - Stone Cottage Adventures • Terrie - Decorate & More with Tip Susan - SuzerSpace • Kim - Kimspired DIY • Pili - My Sweet Things Kelli - K's Olympic Nest • Erin - The DIY Nuts • Shirley - Intelligent Domestications
Hey,this is very cute and so simple. Visiting from the pin challenge. Hope you can check mine out.ReplyDelete
Love it ! What a fun challenge-ReplyDelete
You nailed it-
xo Lisa S
This is adorable! I remember this from the Share Some Love Party- very pretty!ReplyDelete
I thought that might have been the inspiration for this project; I recognized it right away. What a cute piece of personalized art. Pinned.ReplyDelete
This is sweet, Marci! Love how it turned out. I had fun participating in this pin challenge with you.ReplyDelete
I love how neat the words look, wire and me are not good friends (yet!) I'd like to be able to do something so beautifulReplyDelete
So sweet and sentimental, Marci! Your hubby is a keeper!ReplyDelete
I love this wire art idea, I saw Lisa's Valentine sign and pinned it too!ReplyDelete
I remember getting a name sign name out of wire on holiday once, you know those night time markets when there are lots of stalls with clever people selling all sorts of lovely things. I can't remember who it was for or what name I got made but it never occurred to me to that I could make something like that myself!
How sweet of your husband to make this sign! Pinning!ReplyDelete
This is a cute way to use wire!ReplyDelete
It looks like a piece we would pay big bucks for from a home decor store. So pretty and I love the message.ReplyDelete
How special this is and so easy to make.ReplyDelete
Your hubby did such a great job. I've made yard wrapped wire words before and it's such a fun project. Makes me want to make more.ReplyDelete
Great idea to upcycle wire into art. Very nice.ReplyDelete
Absolutely precious. Love that it looks like primitive art. How much more special because your HH made it for you.ReplyDelete
So pretty! Such a special gift!ReplyDelete
Very cute wire art project, great for ValentinesReplyDelete
Very pretty, especially the hearts. I appreciate how tricky it can be to bend the wire just the way you want it without changing the shape.ReplyDelete
This is so sweet, what a great gift idea.ReplyDelete
Marci, did I just read that right that your husband made that wonderful sign himself? My Markus is not really into crafting and only assists if I really really beed help, lol. I love how your project turned out. Wire bending is super fun. I've made a memo board REMEMBER last year using the same technique.ReplyDelete