Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Au Poulet Tea Towel

Only one photo today.  I think that's all I need for this post.  These are both Graphics Fairy images.  I printed the wreath in an 8x10 size and the chicken in 4x6.  I added the words Au Poulet in Picasa using a No. 36 font size of Vijala I believe it's called.  I cut out the chicken with my scissors and used a glue stick to mount it on to the wreath image.  Then I placed it on the copy machine and using the mirror image setting, copied it onto my Avery light transfer paper.  I followed the instructions for the transfer paper and here you have the final product.  You can't get any easier than that.  Happy crafting everyone.

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Mondays          Le Chateau des Fleurs        The Graphics Fairy     Metamorphosis Monday
Tuesdays          Knick of Time       Tutus and Tea Parties       Coastal Charm  
                                      Boogie Board Cottage    A Stroll Thru Life
Wednesdays     Savvy Southern Style         Ivy and Elephants        Faded Charm Cottage            
                                     Fine Craft Guild      
Thursdays        Embracing Change     The Shabby Creek Cottage    No Minimalist Here 
                                     Between Naps on the Porch Tablescape Thursday
                                     Rustic Restorations Homespun Happenings
Fridays            French Country Cottage       My Romantic Home        Miss Mustard Seed
                                    At the Picket Fence     Potpourri Friday     Common Ground
                                    The Charm of Home    Decorating Insanity
Saturdays        Funky Junk Interiors

Sundays           It's Overflowing

5 comments:

NanaDiana said...

It is beautiful, Maggie. Great job- I need to play with some of that paper- xo Diana

winsomecottage said...

Love this....will try something soon!

Budget Design Girl said...

You are such a clever crafter! I love everything you make!

xo-Lisa

Judy Ann Lincicum said...

It's such a kitcheney thing to have and I love it since it's French, too. But they don't call me the Rooster Lady for nothing! Job Well Done, Maggie...

Curtains in My Tree said...

I read your comment on The Paris Market blog in Savannah Georgia about her post on the Queen

I love Savannah Georgia for a vacation and always shop the Paris Market , just stopped to say Hi

Janice