Saturday, April 16, 2011

hoop art show off!

A few weeks ago I participated in Life Made Lovely's hoop art swap, and now we're all linking up to show off our finished products! I loved doing this, and can't wait for the next swap! I was lucky enough to be paired with Lindsay of Paint Me a Picture. She wanted something special for her "creative space".


I LOVE it! The turquoise... the 'C'... the California... the yellow painted polka dots... Perfection!

Thank you, Lindsay, and thank you, Heather, for hosting!

12 comments:

Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry said...

OH my GOODNESS BOTH hoops are beyond AMAZING... LOVE them!

Kelli said...

I love both of those. I love all of the color. Cute swap.

Trish said...

so cute... i am so in if you host one!

Kimberlee said...

Very very cute. I worked on some hoop art stuff tonight...but yours is WAY cuter than mine!

Allison said...

Both of these hoops are SUPER cute. love them!

radn said...

Found your project at life made lovely! I am planning to write a post on state art! I would love to feature your project. I will link back to you.Now following you.

I am also having a giveaway on my blog. $40 store credit to get any vinyl decal of your choice from Urban Walls. check it out!
http://houseonashwelllane.blogspot.com/2011/04/40-store-credit-from-urban-walls-to-get.html

Heather @ Life Made Lovely said...

both of yours turned out so cute!
i love how personal each one is.

The Future Mrs. Knifton said...

So perfect for you! I love it. I need to get to work on some hoops I've been hoarding...

Laura said...

Very cute Heather!

PeaceLoveApplesauce said...

They both look fantastic!!

Lindsay - Paint Me A Picture said...

It was so fun to do this! I totally want to make a state one for myself now.
I have also created a huge inspiration wall with the hoop you made me TOP, front, and center :)
I can't wait to have the wall finished so I can show it off again.

Erin said...

I love the state hoop! I teach 4th grade and focus on california history! this would be so fun to do and have in my classroom...great idea!