I am so excited today to share with you my cute new Spring wood block set!
Several weeks ago I received some craft product from the new American Craft Line called Dear Lizzy Fifth & Frolic. Here is a picture of the goodies I got to play with:
I kept going back and forth on what to make and decided on a cute Spring wood block set. For this set I used these lovely papers:
The papers I used were Dear Lizzy Cozy Court, 7th&Sunshine, Simplicity Circle, 24th&Sparrow (I used both sides of this one) and Foxy Fairview (I used both sides of this one as well). I think the Foxy Fairview paper was my favorite of this set – loved the vibrant colors!
I love how well the colors go together!
On my top block that says Grow and Bloom I used this pretty feather embellishment from the Leaf & Feather Details package
On the very last block in my word I placed a flower with a pretty bird brad from the Dear Lizzy Brads collection
Isn’t this block set so cute!
I wanted to play with some of the other papers so I made several pinwheels using my pinwheel tutorial. These are so simple to make and turn out really cute. In the middle of each pinwheel I used some Fifth & Frolic brads.
To hold my pinwheel flowers I thought it would be really cute to dress up a mason jar. I used the adorable stitched ruffle paper for this. It was so simple to do – first get your piece of ruffle paper and lift up where you want to cut
Cut that section and you will have this
Now wrap around your mason jar and adhere at the back with some tape. Then for the fun of it I added a piece of jute and tied a knot at the front.
Here it is all together on my shelf
Now that you got to see the cute projects I made let me tell you a little bit about Fifth & Frolic. This crafting line will debut in JoAnn’s stores on March 17th – that’s like next week!! The line was designed by Liz Kartchner and has some pretty pinks, yellows, blues and greens and you can see a complete product line up by visiting the Fifth & Frolic line on American Crafts. American Crafts always has such fun product! You can find American Crafts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. You can find JoAnn’s on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my latest project!
Disclosure: I received fun product to create with but all opinions are my own.
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