Saturday, 22 January 2011

a little wordless tutorial

&
the very best of wishes for a wonderful weekend!

20 comments:

Merylu said...

Wow, great tip! Thanks for sharing :)

p.s. in my blog I inserted one of your pouches in my last post "Week wishlist" ;) hope it's ok for you!

Marianne Norup - Dig-Mig said...

Nice and simple! ♥-it!

Sally Keller said...

Adore!!!

Susanne said...

we used to do this with a potato when we were younger ;)

Anna said...

super cute! :)

Eileen said...

So cute! :)

andrea creates said...

cute!thanks for sharing :)

Karen said...

Simple but cute. Love it!

Thea said...

Fabulous! No other words needed. x

domestikated said...

How cute! Lovely little tutorial, thanks x

Silvia e Greg said...

Idea stupenda, grazie mille per averla condivisa!

We Blog Artists said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE...and I think I may just do this as I have an abundance of WINE corks...(not all mine...I ask friends to share them with me:-)
HUGS
Char.x
P.S.You're Mentioned in my MONDAYS MENTIONS TODAY!.x

feel what I felt said...

oh lovely idea:)
thank you!

charlotte: said...

fabulous idea! Just popped a bottle of bubbly and saved the cork for something crafty about an hour before I found this post- it was meant to be!

Blue Skies,
Charlotte xo

Jaime said...

This is adorable now to find a rare bottle of wine with a cork. Smiles!

mijbil said...

What a nice idea! I used to do this with potatos too, but this is way more convenient! :)
Greetings from Venice, and thank you for sharing!

Del4yo said...

So totally it! Thanks, I can't wait to try!

Anonymous said...

Oh really cool. It works with pencil rubbers too, you can make little flowers with them. I like corks, so useful.

aisling said...

Amazing tip thanks! I made one in about 4 minutes this morning! And bunting will be featuring a lot in my new brand design so this is perfect for playful stamping of the brand! thank you !! a x

Lena said...

That is very nice!!! Thank you!!!


Greeting
Lena