LOVE it!! Totally gonna do this. :) Thank you!
What a great idea. I especially love it around the candles.
very neat! I love how thick the rope is that you used!Tracey
i love this idea! thanks for sharing.
Hi Laura! Oh, this is so cute! You're the most creative one using the rope! Love it and thanks so much for popping in to see me.Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
Thank you for visitng me and your comments! Great job on the rope vase. I especially love the rope on the votive candles. Great idea!
What a cute idea !!! You've got me thinking of different versions too.... hmmmmmmm..... ribbon maybe or chained yarn........ Thank you for stopping by Lavender Hill and for the inspiring ideas !genawww.thehouseonlavenderhill.blogspot.com
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I just became a follower! Thanks for sharing. This project is also fun to do on a smaller scale with the yarn that has multiple colors. My kids use recycled glass bottle and dip into my yarn stash. They always turn out great! I haven't tried it with the rope...hmmm...
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Very cute, well done!
I think I recognize that vase as the random candy dish from closing. Am I right? :)
Cool project and you are right, I am looking around my house right now and wondering what I can rope up.
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What a great addition to all the beachy stuff that is popular right now!Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills Party!
This looks amazing. Can't wait to try it.
very fun! I wrapped some cans with jute and used as vases for baby shower decor, will be blogging about that soon:) I love the earthyness of rope against the smooth glass. thanks for sharing at "AP Tuesdays!"
Cute! I really like the thick rope. I'm gonna have to try to find some of that :-)
What a clever transformation of these simple glass objects! I like the textural element the jute/rope gives...:-) Sue
Super cute idea, I've done a similar crafty with fabric and I love how it warms up a vase. Super cute blog, this is my first time here and I'm already charmed. I shall follow :)
love them all...great job!
This is a cool idea to cover a chipped vase and to recycle old rope, well done! Happy Transformation Thursday <3
Isn't it amazing how a little detail can make such a huge difference!Thank you for participating the Creative Therapy session at Life in the Pitts.
Fun, fun - I love the texture that rope adds!
I particularly love your rope covered candle holders. in fact, i've just been researching this idea earlier this week to make our own for our blog. Now, since you're here and have done it already, I HOPE you'll get yourself a link from our blog to this tutorial by using our DIY / Craft Tutorial Linky Party (PR 3-4 site, http://www.finecraftguild.com/diy-linky-party-free-pillow-crochet-pattern/ )We've only just began this linky party series, but it's going to be every Wednesday, from now on.We'll leave this first linky party open for a whole week, and will probably continue till all the good tutorial writers/creative talents know where to go on EVERY WEDNESDAY.Hope to see you on the FCG blog!BTW If you hop over to the blog today, you can put your name in the hat for a $50 Lisa Leonard jewelry gift certificate. Who knows...maybe you'll win. Her jewels are gorgeous and unique to you, the wearer as they are all customized.
I like the wider jute! I've been using the narrower stuff, but this looks amazing. Thank you for linking up to Fab Friday this week. Cheers!
so cute! i think i might want to do something like this for my office? hmm.. thanks for sharing :)
This is super cute! I love the votives - adorable! Thanks so much for joining The Sunday Showcase. I greatly appreciate it! Hope you have a wonderul week! ~ Stephanie Lynn
Clever Idea, Thanks for sharing.
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