Sunday, January 23, 2011

Green With Envy

While I was cleaning out my kitchen cupboards two weeks ago, I found an awesome green planter that my Mother-In-Law left behind when they moved out.  It was in the cupboard under the sink, and it even still had some dirt in it!  I cleaned it all up, and this weekend I turned it into a pincushion.
All of the fabric is vintage.
I love the rosettes on the front.
And my emroidery on the top.

This little almost heart is my favorite part of the whole thing.
 Love that it's vintage.
This might be my new favorite!  I know, I say that every time I make a new pincushion, but I mean it every time!


Vally said...

i love it! Great combination of colors and pretty cute vase!

Tanka said...

Beautiful pincushion! =)

Krafty Kat said...

Beautiful- love those swirls! Thanks for linking up!

Summer said...

Thanks for linking up! Love this! I will be featuring it on my blog on Saturday! All credit and pictures linked back to you!


SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

I love the yellow pin cushion!

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Kristen @ said...

I am loving this!! Too cute!!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

This is so cute and what a great eye popping color! Thanks so much for linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence.

To Sew With Love said...

wow Shawna! you did it again with this awesome project!

Your project will be featured today!

thanks for sharing and linking up at our crafty saturday party! can't wait to see what you have in store this week! said...

Definitely the cutest pin cushion I've ever seen. :)

The Autocrat: Haley said...

Ever since I have seen this, I have been on the hunt for a container like this one. It is just too dang cute and I really need one!! Great job!

LuluMarie said...

The colors really drew my attention but I adore the rosettes.