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Padded Fabric Memory Board

Good afternoon everyone, hope you are well :-) I am here with a fabric memory board I made for my cousin. She loved the one I did for Crafty Ribbons with a tutorial and asked if I could make her one to go with her newly decorated bedroom. Of course I was more than happy to help! :-)
You can find my original tutorial here at the Crafty Ribbons Pure Inspiration blog.
I used thin wood as my base, cotton batting, cotton material, buttons and ribbons :-)

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

Thank you for visiting and for all your lovely comments :-)

Comments

  1. This is fabulous Elaine, love the beautiful material and gorgeous ribbons and buttons.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. Hi Elaine, Love your board, now I have done a few of these, but never a padded one....I like it....gorgeous.xx

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  3. Beautiful memory board Elaine, love the fabric, fab gift idea. Take care, Ann-Marie xxx

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  4. This is so beautiful - lovely fabric and colours. - great gift.
    xx

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  5. That's gorgeous Elaine, I'm sure your cousin will love it.
    C xx

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  6. Elaine this is beautiful. Love Alison xx

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  7. Gorgeous ....love the colours of the fabric
    linda x

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  8. This is gorgeous, I do love the colours.

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  9. Fantastic, really must have a go at one of these, that's for the inspiration, thanks for joining us at Divas By Design this week. Jac x

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  10. Gorgeous material Elaine and the result is stunning x

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  11. That's so lovely Elaine, looks very luxurious xx

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  12. Fabulous project and such a great gift :)

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  13. This looks lovely. Great project.

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  14. Great project Elaine it is so smart.

    Joan x

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  15. This is beautiful as the material you have used looks really elegant with a modern print.
    Good luck in your challenges.

    Hugs Lisa xxx

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  16. Beautiful and a lovely idea, love the fabric and the buttons look fab
    Lindsay xx

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  17. A great project, so useful, and lovely that you made it yourself. Thanks for joining us at Artistic Inspirations this week, Judith xx

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  18. A great project, so useful, and lovely that you made it yourself. Thanks for joining us at Artistic Inspirations this week, Judith xx

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  19. A great project, so useful, and lovely that you made it yourself. Thanks for joining us at Artistic Inspirations this week, Judith xx

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  20. Very pretty! TFS!

    Christy
    www.inklingsandyarns.com

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