February 28, 2013

Follow my thread...... (A What Will it be Wednesday Tale of Spring)

Do you think you know what this turned into?
"This" is actually the threads left over from pulling them off of my drop cloth curtains.

I must be feeling the pull of Spring and hoping I begin to hear the sweet trill of returning birds because

when I looked at this pile of threads I didn't see threads.

I envisioned this:
threads gently woven into a knock-off of nature



new life forming in secret 

intertwined fibers give strength to the imperfect


the imperfect boasts an understated  
beauty

update: the tutorial is up and you can reach it by clicking here
Always being renewed,



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20 comments:

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  2. I love how this turned out! Great idea! I have a newer link party and would love if you would come on over and share your post or social media sites. http://designeddecor.com/talkin-about-thursday-link-party-5/
    DeDe@DesignedDecor

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  3. Simply lovely! It turned out fantastic! Looks like a real nest. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I going to do this one!
    I'm having a link party at Homa Style that ends Tuesday evening.
    I would love you to link up!
    The link to the party is
    http://homastyle.com/wp/2013/02/27/inspire-me-link-party/

    I help promote links to my parties by additional links to facebook, twitter, or pinterest.

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  5. Kim
    It's so fun to see a pile of string - but you see a birds nest! LOL! So creative!
    I found you today thru the Linky Party at Sumos Sweet Stuff, where I'm #420. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

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  6. Hi, I found you over at Posed Perfection. What a clever idea to make a nest out of pulled thread. It's just beautiful. I'm heading over to the tutorial now. So glad you shared!

    Debbie

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  7. Hi Kim,
    Love your birds nest. So cute what a great idea. You should share at Transformed Tuesday my readers would love to see. I'm a new follower.
    Hugs,
    Peggy~PJH Designs
    http://pjhdesignsoneofakind.blogspot.com/2013/03/transformed-tuesday-28-features.html

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  8. Ooh I like this~ very cool! Thanks so much for linking up with Made in a Day last week!
    Kim

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  9. What a beautiful nest, Kim ~ I would love for you to share it at Project Inspire{d}.
    http://cupcakesandcrinoline.com/2013/03/project-inspired-linky-party-week-4/

    I hope to see you there.

    Have a lovely week,

    Mary Beth

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  10. Stopping by to let you know I am featuring you tomorrow on Made in a Day! Thanks for linking up!
    Kim

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  11. WOW...what a cute and thrifty idea...looks GREAT!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  12. that is so clever and neat. Your photos are amazing too. Featuring this in my weekly wow's on Saturday. Laura @Top This Top That

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  13. I know I have a pile of drop cloth strings around here somewhere. What a clever idea! Love it, Kim!

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  14. Thank you for linking up at Fluster's Creative Muster. Hope to see you next week!

    Robin @ Fluster Buster

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  15. This is a really great idea! I have always thought there should be something that I could do with the threads that fall on the floor! I actually have a bag saved up!

    I really love this and would be so happy if you would share this at my link party - In and Out of the Kitchen. The party is live now and will run through Wednesday.

    Hope to see you there! Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com

    http://www.feedingbig.com/2013/03/in-and-out-of-kitchen-8.html

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  16. Beautiful! I don't have a lot of drop cloths lying around, but as a knitter I always have lots of yarn. Wondering if I could do something similar!

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  17. Nice, very natural looking. Thanks for sharing with us at "In and Out of the Kitchen Link Up Party"

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  18. Featuring you today! :) Thank you so much for linking up to {wow me} wednesday!

    Ginger @ GingerSnapCrafts.com

    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2013/03/15-ideas-recipes-tutorials-for-spring.html

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