Hello everyone! I just wanted to let you know that I’ve been invited to a pool party. But a requirement to attend the party is that you have to bring your own pool noodle. You know what a pool noodle is, right?
Here’s my noodle! Actually Leo’s brother Jim had this one that he let me have. He had cut it to cover some wires of some sort. I didn’t think that it would matter that my noodle was split. So I took it. I was ready to party!
Well, that was easy. I just formed it into a circle and used some packing tape to secure it together. But then I had to decide how to decorate it. I had been inspired by Shannon’s creations that you can see HERE and HERE.
I really didn’t want to spend any money in making my new wreath, so I started looking around our little cottage and realized that I had some extra fabric left over from when I made these kitchen curtains a few years ago. And since our large chalkboard in the kitchen makes the perfect place to put a wreath, I decided to make a kitchen wreath to coordinate with the curtains.
I used more of the packing tape to secure the fabric to the noodle. Then I started pulling out other things that I had on hand to coordinate with the black, white, and green theme. I attached this vintage pastry blender with a ribbon.
EVERYONE, get your noodle on!