My front door was in need of a little something new. I haven't had anything on my door for spring and summer for a long time. So it was time for my door to get some color to celebrate warmer days. I started with the items you see in the photo. Some bright cheery fabrics. I started with the print and then took my color scheme from there.
I found the wooden bird from the wood connection. I then chose a favorite color and painted on two coats of paint. When it was dry I distressed the edges of the wood just a little.
Once I arrived home with my fabric I got to work making these fun fabric flowers. I was amazed at how easy these flowers were to make. I learned from a friend and also this tutorial. Literally only a few minutes per flower. They would be fun to add to a headband, a bag, or a little girls dress. Tons of possibilities!
Here is a close up of the flowers and the little bird I used on a grapevine wreath. I picked up my fabric from Hobby Lobby as well as the grapevine wreath. I love using the 40% off coupon for craft projects!
The finishing touch was my curvy frame and of course the digital print I sized to fit in Heritage Collector Storybook. The frame had a 2 x 4 inch opening and so I had to size down a bit with the digital print. I printed it out from my personal printer. But if you want the print to last in the bright sunshine it would be better to do a photo print and laminate it.
What to you think? Are you ready to go make one for your front door?