Monday, July 25, 2016

Sunmer Sensations Blog Hop



Welcome!

Here is my newest creation, 

a 3-D Flower Petal Table Topper!

I made this summery topper for the 



Summer Sensations Blog Hop




Here is a close up of the center of my 3-D Flower Petal Mat.


And the best thing about it ...


... the petals unsnap and may be used for individual snack mats or coasters!


I made twelve petals and a round center.

Easy to use and easy to unsnap and wash, too!


I made this for my new counter height kitchen table and I wanted something to
use every day to protect the lovely finish of the table top.

My hubby helped me choose the colors and liked the orange center the best. He wanted green snaps, but my engineer son and I liked the orange snaps better for the front.  I used the green snaps on the back so there is a touch of green, too.



Here is the back of my new Flower Petal Table Mat.


I took it outside to our shaded deck for more pictures.

It us very, very hot here and a good day for barbecuing and dining on the deck.


Here it is outside on our deck where we moved our much used old kitchen table.

Many times we gathered as a family around this battered old table.

I love my new counter height table but this one had many memories.

I love my new table mat!!!

I will be making a green and red one for Christmas...

 and maybe a "He loves me; He loves me not"  one
with heart shaped petals for Valentine's Day.
Will make sure to put an uneven number of petals on that one ... ;)

I love this new design idea and hope you have enjoyed it. too.

Please visit all my friends in the hop today 
and see their sensational summery creations: 
July 25
Life In The Scrapatch (you are here)

Before you go, be sure to enter the giveaway for today's 

$25 Gift Certificate, generously donated by

Fat Quarter Shop
This is a

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The winner will be announced tomorrow by our wonderful blog hop hostess,

Marian @ Seams To Be Sew



As always, Katniss was very helpful while I was making this quilted table topper.

For my Free Tutorial 
of how I made this quilt


Katniss says, "Thank you for stopping by our quilty corner today!"

Please join us again soon!

Have a sensational summer!

:-)


44 comments:

  1. You did a fabulous job on this! I'll have to get the pattern and make some for my counter. Thanks!

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  2. This is so cool Pat, fun, adorable, love the fabrics you chose, the green on the back is gorgeous. What a cool idea for a pattern. It's Summer Sensational!!

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  3. What a clever idea! Cute and practical: I call that win-win. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. What a clever idea! Well done and very pretty.

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  5. what a great table mat made even more special as you can detach the petals, will be eagerly waiting for the tutorial, hopefully it will give me my mojo back and I will want to stitch again

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  6. What an ingenius design! And lovely too.

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  7. I love what you designed. I can't wait for you and Katniss to show me how you did it.

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  8. That is so cute Pat!! What a great idea for a table mat. I love the colors too. Great job sweetie.

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  9. What a clever design and beautiful result!

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  10. Sew Pretty. And so summery. Very creative project share for Summer Sensations.

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  11. If this isn't the most clever design I've ever seen, I don't know what is! You are quite the visionary! Well done! XO

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  12. That is a really super cute idea! I love it!

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  13. Such a cute project and unique. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  14. Wonderful idea. I love it! I love it so much I want one too! Congratulations! ;^)

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  15. oh, I absolutely love this. How beautiful

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  16. How adorable, great unique idea.

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  17. That is fabulous! I love the idea.

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  18. Love things that are multi-functional! Great Idea.

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  19. Wonderful. Pretty and multi-functional. And kitty approved. :)
    Looking forward to the tutorial.

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  20. Interesting design. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  21. How extremely clever! I love the idea of using the petals as place mats.

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  22. NEAT PROJECT!GREAT IDEAS! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  23. You never fail...Your one amazing girl. This is genius! Can't wait to visit tomorrow and see how it's done!

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  24. Very pretty and a great idea. I'll be back tomorrow for the tutorial!

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  25. This is such a clever idea! It would be an excellent item to make as Christmas gifts. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  26. What an adorable and useful project. Thanks for sharing. raydeer@memlane.com

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  27. Oh my gosh! I love it! What an awesome idea to allow each petal to be removed and used as a little mat in itself. Super cute idea. I'll definitely be back tomorrow to see more.
    Thank you.

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  28. That is a great idea for a center piece! Thanks for sharing!

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  29. Pat! What a clever idea. I knew you'd do something smashing!

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  30. what a fantastic idea. thanks for sharing. what would we do with out our furry helpers? LOL

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  31. That is very cute and clever. Thanks so much
    Sandy

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  32. What a clever idea. Anxiously awaiting the tutorial. Katniss is so cute.

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  33. Looks to me like it's reversible! I love your idea and have no clue how people (you!) come up with things like this. I guess I have only straight line vision! =) Thanks so much for sharing this. I look forward to seeing the tutorial tomorrow. desertskyquilts.wordpress.com

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  34. What a clever idea! I love it! And so useful!Is there a pattern or tutorial?

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    1. Sorry--I read all the way through again and saw you'll do a tutorial tomorrow!
      Thanks!

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  35. What a fabulous idea. So nice to be able to keep everything together (and create a toy for Katniss!)

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  36. Wow! I love the way you think! Not only is this table piece gorgeous, but it's so practical too! I was impressed with just the first photo, but then realized that it came apart and could be used as placemats. So, so clever!

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  37. Great placemats! Wonderful new idea. Looking forward to the tutorial tomorrow.
    Susan

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  38. You are soooo Creative! Great job!! Katniss sure Approves too! :)

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  39. That is so much fun and Katniss is a great model.

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