Have I lost my noodle?

I shoulda had a V-8!! Or have I lost my noodle?? Either way I so wanted to give you inspiration to use something that is not of the norm to create a lovely Thanksgiving decor item for the front door. My first inspiration was the beautiful cereal box lettering that you can design in the awesome Make the Cut software and cut on the over the top KNK Zing. And my second inspiration was this wreath that you can purchase at Williams-Sonoma for $99.95, or not……….

 

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Materials Used to create wreath:

Burlap fabric

Ceramic Pumpkins (Dollar Tree 10)

Cereal Box

Computer

Duct Tape

Fine Glitter

Floral Moss (Dollar Tree)

Glue

Hot Glue Gun/sticks

KNK Zing Cutting Machine

Make The Cut Software

Straight Pins

Swim ‘Noodle’

Wire

The settings for cutting cereal box on the KNK Zing:

Thick Blade (sharp)

Force: 93

Speed: 8  up: 10

 

Please click on the following You Tube link below to view a complete Team KNK video tutorial on how to create a lovely Thanksgiving Wreath.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsNd5D_bGDw

 

Thank you so very much for stopping by for another Team KNK Tutorial. We would LOVE to see and or hear of projects that you’ve created with a KNK product that was inspired by our design team. You are irreplaceable!!!  HUGE cyber {{{HUGS}}}  be blessed

~Beyond Measure

Tammy

 

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About bartlettpair

Born and raised in Texas to two really awesome parents, the Lord decided it was time for my immediate family and I to "head 'em up and move 'em out!" to beautiful Wyoming. ~ Oh give me a home---where the buffalo roam---and the deer and the antelope play! That was almost 12 years ago. My studmuffin sweetheart and I have been married for 23 uber awesome years:) Our over the top son is 22 and our amazing daughter is 19. I so enjoy creating of all sorts---but over the past few years, I've developed such a love/passion/heart for creating (paper/metal/vinyl crafting --primarily cards) to bless others.

 To the glory of our Lord Jesus, I am so very thankful, humbled, and honored to say that I am blessed Beyond Measure and I want that for you, too.

18 thoughts on “Have I lost my noodle?

  1. Lovely project, thank you! But, what am I doing wrong? When I click the link to watch the video, I get a “well, this is embarrassing” page. Can you help me watch this? Thanks!

    • OH beautiful Melody!! I so apologize—iMovie had told me that the sharing was successful so I went ahead and post it—but it seems as if it’s still processing to Youtube. Give it a few and you should be good to go!! You are awesome! be blessed
      ~Beyond Measure
      Tammy

  2. I like your wreath so much more than the one in the store for 99 dollars.
    I can not get to the video either.
    Thanks for the great idea

    • You have such a gift of encouragement!! The video is up, now. I will check again to confirm—but you should be good to go—if not–know that I’m working on it and come back in a few—if you can find the time—the video is 3 minutes and 33 seconds:) You’re the best! be blessed
      ~Beyond Measure
      Tammy

  3. Thanks again. Really appreciate your efforts. I actually watched it after my first comment by copying & pasting the link into my browser. So that works if your link doesn’t.

  4. Awesome job. I will have to visit my local Dollar Tree to see if I can recreate your wreath. Thank you for the great idea. The video showed exactly how to do it.

  5. I am so very excited to see what you create!! I’m sure it will be super!! Have a super blessed and fun time doing so!! Be careful not to loose your noodle:) Huge {{{HUGS}}} be blessed
    ~Beyond Measure
    Tammy

  6. What a great project. The video was easy to understand and helpful.. Thanks for sharing.

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