Thursday, February 13, 2014

Rag Heart


I’ve seen these rag hearts all over the internet and Pinterest for years now and I’ve always wanted to make one, so finally I did. I bought the white muslin at Walmart at 1/2 a yard, ripped it down the side
cut to the length that I wanted and tied it on the wire I had shaped into a heart. Easy!
Look how cute.
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They look sweet anywhere I think.

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You can see I’ve been fooling around with the china cabinet by putting books on a shelf and I
think the rag heart just added to it.

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I love it and I’m so glad I took the time to do it, I’m working on another project so stay tuned for it.

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I knew this wouldn’t be the best picture but you can see how it looks outside without me going out in it! We are still having cold temps and had more snow yesterday, I saw on the news that my
southern friends might be getting hit again, my advice is just stay in if you really don’t have to go out.
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Keep warm and craft, I made the rag heart while we watched Captain Phillips
Saturday evening, what a great movie, I don’t think Tom Hanks ever made a
bad movie do you? And those Navy Seals…thank God for them.
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16 comments:

Betty W said...

Love your white heart. Great job. I like Tom Hank movies too.

NanaDiana said...

Your rag heart is just adorable. I haven't made one yet either-but it has been on my "to do" list. I have not seen that movie. Glad to know it is a good one- xo Diana

cynthia lee designs said...

Heart are one of my favorite things. Love your rag heart...it's so sweet!!
hugs,
Cindy

Blondie's Journal said...

I love it, Rondell. I have seen them around Blogland, too, and would love to make one. Did it take long?

XO,
Jane

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Very Cute!!

Dawn said...

That's cute as ever. I will have to make one now.

Meeha Meeha said...

It looks adorable, especially with the white tulips! And I have to admire the versatility - it looks great by the side of the chair and in the window, too!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

So charming, Rondell!! I can't make anything so I really admire your talents! Speaking of Capt Phillips: that was intense, wasn't it? Such a good movie. Take care, Loi

Gina said...

Adorable heart! It looks pretty no matter where you've placed it, too.
Captain Phillips was an excellent movie. Very suspenseful!

Debbiedoos said...

Absolutely adorable Rondell. Love the simplicity.

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linda56 said...

hi rondell.....I am in awe at everything you do....we used to make these back in our twenty...my sister and I....she made one in pinks and reds....and I made one in reds.....you brought back memories for sure.....love it

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Your rag wreath is lovely everywhere you put it! We enjoyed the Captain Phillips movie, too!

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Dede said...

Nice!!

Dede said...

Nice!!