Tuesday, April 7, 2009

JustRite CHA Release #1 Design Team Blog Hop and Day 2 with Becca Feeken

It is a very busy week here at JustRite. Our shipping department is in full gear...because CHA Release #1 is here!!!


In celebration of it's arrival welcome to our first ever JustRite Design Team Blog Hop. You won't want to miss a single project so be sure to visit the entire team...don't be shy while you are visiting don't forget to leave a comment.

Now on to Day Two with Becca Feeken!!

JustRite Desk Garden Flags
While I was shopping in Hobby Lobby in the garden section I came across the cutest flags that you put outside in your garden. Now, I know what you’re thinking – how could I possibly do anything with those? Well these were teensy, weensy little flags. In fact, they are 2 ½” wide by 4” tall!

So I started thinking, those don’t have to be wasted in the garden. I can make my own little garden to sit on a desk and put the flags in that garden. So I got some containers and simply filled them with grass. Then I took away the fabric flags and made my own. This can basically be done for any occasion. They can be made in a series or one stowed on a desk with a little gift to announce the occasion.
Here are the individual flags:








For the project I mainly used the new JustRite Demi Phrases and paired them with Designer Centers and Borders. All the center wording was done in Times New Roman Upper Case Font and Times New Roman Lower Case Font in a 50 point size.




Supply List:
Stamps: JustRite Demi Phrases, JustRite Borders and Centers, JustRite Times New Roman Uppercase, JustRite Times New Roman Lower Case
Paper: The Paper Company - Blonde Columns, Solar White, K & Co Madeline, K & Co Wild Raspberry
Ink: SU Sage Shadow, SU Pretty in Pink, SU Pixie Pink
Accessories: Spellbinders Scalloped Ovals Large, Spellbinders, Classica Ovals Small, Spellbinders Scalloped Ovals Large, Ribbon, Pearls, Martha Stewart Lace Border Punch, Fiskars Apron Lace Punch

Other: Styrofoam, paper grass. three tin flower pots, small flag stakes.

Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".

18 comments:

Jeanne said...

Your creativity knows NO bounds, Becca! Love this idea and the stamps you used to bring it to life.

Awesome!

Amber (bambi64) said...

oh, wow!! I love how your mind thinks. I would have walked right past those flags without a second glance. Too neat!

Anonymous said...

What a great idea... it's beautiful! A very clever use of the flags and JustRite.

Swedie

Sharon Harnist said...

Very clever and beautiful project, Becca -- love it!!

Susan said...

Becca, you're creativity is amazing. You can take anything and turn it into delicious crafty goodness. I love it!

connie said...

This is so cute!

Diane said...

Geez oh' pete...what are we going to do with you...you just keep enabling us over and over...LOL...now I have these on my list to buy, too...these are so darn cute!!! This is what I love to call "think outside the box"...which I need to do more of!!! thanks and keep'em coming!!!

mitch47 said...

As usual Becca, your creation is gorgeous. Who else would have thought to use garden flags in such a creative, and beautiful way! I can't wait to see what you will come up with next!

stephanie said...

WOw, amazing. Never would have thought to use garden stakes. They are amazing.

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

These are absolutely adorable, Becca - just LOVE them!!! Love those hangers you have, too!!! GREAT project!!!

Elaine said...

Super cute! I can't wait to see the rest of the projects :)

Barb Schram said...

Wowsers, Becca! LOVE this idea...I can see seasonal flags to use all year long! Great job! Congratulations JustRite!

bohnls said...

Becca, you are so blessed with your creativity and we are blessed to have you share it with us. Thank you! Linda

FAITH B. said...

Nice, very creative.

Sandra said...

Becca - you are amazing! Thanks for sharing.
Sandra

Abby said...

Awesome projects! Loving all the new stuff!

Lisa Atha said...

Becca,

Wow! You have got to be the most creative person that I know! This is so imaginative! I never would have thought of this in a million years. What a great idea, and what a great gift they would make. Ok, I am on the hunt now!

Lisa A.

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