Thursday, May 17, 2018

Expo International Blog Hop

Welcome to the May Blog Hop sponsored by Expo International. I received scalloped stretch lace with a couple of rose iron-on appliques and pom fringe trim, that's always fun. I picked up a burlap covered box at my local craft store to alter.



I first measured the boxes and cut the pom fringe trim. I used hot glue to adhere to the lid. Next, I added the scalloped stretch lace to the bottom sides of the box. The lace is light so I sparingly added the hot glue to avoid lumpy spots.
I then added rhinestones along the corners of the lid.

As with all iron-on embroidered appliques, always cover the design with a light fabric to avoid scorching the design fabric.

Expo's trims and appliques make it so easy to decorate. I hope you enjoyed fun and easy project.


Now onto the giveaway details. Please visit all Designer Connection Crafts blog, visit all the stops in the blog hop and leave a comment on the DCC telling them about your favorite projects.

14 comments:

Susie Bentz: My Time to Play said...

Pretty and functional!

Candy Rosenberg, A Vintage Girl said...

What an adorable box for storage!

maria soto said...

an easy and beautiful project, great job.

Michelle Frae Cummings said...

So pretty! Love those roses!

Steph Ackerman said...

Fabulous box

Scrappy said...

This is great!

Susan M. Brown {sbartist} said...

Love the pops of color and contrast of the fanciful against the natural burlap. Fun and pretty 😊

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

Love your beautiful storage tote with the new pops of bright happy colors!! Super fun and love the rose patches especially!!

Anita Scroggins said...

I love that green trim - beautiful project!

Nadine Carlier said...

Super cute storage box!

tuneintotrish.com said...

YOLIE, WHAT A GREAT PROJECT (WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO RECEIVE A GIFT IN THAT BOX) GREAT JOB, AWESOME IDEA!

Erin Reed said...

super cute!

Anonymous said...

Really cute box. Great project.

Ginny said...

I mostly love the peachy lace trim, but the whole project is very cheerful