Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Featured Guest: You Seriously Made That

My name is Cami I've got a problem
First of all,  I like to craft. A lot. I mean, a lot a lot. 
Secondly, I also lack the organizational skills that most people pick up in the 3rd grade (Which my husband could attest to).
and lastly, I have discovered a new love, which is my blog over at

All these things make for a messy lively home, and sometimes a less than happy patient husband

But such a lively home leads to some fun creations, like this...

Difficulty: Super Easy...I mean, really really easy
Time: 30 minutes
Cost: Less than 10 bucks
Fun-ness: Anything this easy has to be fun. 

 Silk Flowers
Light Bulbs
Floral Wire
Hot Glue

Step 1: Prep it!
Get out your aggression, and pop your silk flowers off their stems. Take your floral wire and cut 5 different 15 inch segments. Don't forget to twist the ends into swirls... don't worry, it doesn't have to be perfect. 

Step 2: Wire it
Twist your floral wire around the end of your light bulb. Wrap it around the metal end of the bulb and hot glue it down

Step 3: Flower it
Glob that hot glue all over the light bulb end, and onto the front of the metal as well. Press your silk flower directly onto the hot glue, and put a little more on top (you can never go wrong with too much hot glue...). And that's it. Just make 4 more, string them on some ribbon, and PRESTO, you've got yourself the perfect addition to any spring decor. 

I'd love for you to come visit and see some more of my fun tutorials....
Like these:


Because you're seriously going to want to make them too!


Sew Hungryhippie,  said... April 13, 2011 at 8:57 AM  

Super cool! Love all the tutes you've been featuring lately Tammy!
I'm gonna make this knotted headband-looks cool.

Wendy,  said... April 13, 2011 at 9:49 AM  

These are so cute, I just had to come check out your tutorial, and now I cannot believe those are light bulbs, how very ecofriendly your are!! Love it!

Jenn,  said... April 13, 2011 at 1:48 PM  

Oh my goodness ... completely adorable! Love this project :)

Elle Belles Bows,  said... April 13, 2011 at 5:52 PM  

What a great guest post and fantastic project too!

Thanks for sharing!


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