Thursday, October 11, 2018

Ronnie and Calvin in A Rusty Crusty Baking Pan

 Good morning!
Is this not just the cutest ?
 This is Chalk On The Farm ..Autumn Acres ..My chalkboard to cross stitch collaboration with Hands On Design and me ..
just the truck portion with Ronnie added , from the Queen Bee Flower Farm chart
 I found this little rusty baking pan at a flea market ...and this fit perfectly ! I mounted it on sticky board ..added some mini poms from Lady Dot Creates in the color Jack ..I  added magnets to the inside of the pan and washers to the back of the stitching  . I made a bow for the top from orange buffalo check and added a velvet pumpkin .. I also put that on a magnet .. I might need to stick another piece in the pan so I need to be able to change it out!

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7 comments:

Orcsmom said...

Did you add the knobs on the pan? What a cute idea!! Just got the pattern.......FINALLY!! Can't wait to stitch it!

carol fun said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this one Priscilla!!! Will be shamelessly copying this idea... thanks for all the inspiration!

Kathleen George said...

Awww Ronnie and Calvin, a keepsake stichery;). Kathleen in Az

Jean Hefflinger said...

I love Ronnie and Calvin in the scene. I was just watching old "videos" from when Calvin moved in and was scratching you all to pieces. Glad things have settled down!

Meg said...

Cute!! Love the contrast and the bright colors.

Carol said...

Such a cute finish--I hope Ronnie isn't getting a swelled head now that he is a major stitching theme :) Enjoy your weekend, Priscilla!

gloriahanaway said...

This is so sweet. My Father had a '51 Ford pick-up in OD green. We loaded that thing up every weekend with my little brother. the dog and I bumping along in the back on top of everything through the most expensive neighborhoods in Birmingham, Al. My Father didn't care. He was on his way to the lake with family in tow and for a man who designed fishing lures all his life, he was in his element when he was on a lake.