Great work - the design, mat and frame go wonderfully together. :)
Looks so nice.
This is cute... I'm doing something similar for my god-son and his bride-to-be. Thanks for the tip on using tightly woven burlap. I hadn't thought ahead to that, so you've helped me avoid a misstep!
Well done !
Nice work! I just picked up the designs. Thanks for the information!
A beautiful treasure for them to have forever.
Matching Bunting MR & MRS.
Looks great! No wonder they loved it!
That looks great!
Very nice...I am sure it will take a prominent place in their new home.
Love it :)
Well done. Looks great!
Love it, Sewmom......what a treasure it will be!
wonderful job on the burlap, ~hugs~
What a neat gift and it looks really professional. Love Chris
Looks great. If your using the self-adhesive board be aware it can cause white or cream to yellow.
Thank you. Good advice. Do you know what type of acid free product we could use instead? Just staple or tape it?
Actually I checked my board and it says it's acid free. It shouldn't yellow.
This looks so neat for a wedding gift and shows when the new household was established...also serves as a hint in case he forgets their anniversary. lol
LOL. Good idea!
Love it and so will they hugs
Looks great with the burlap,
Thank you. It goes with their rustic wedding decor.
I have made one and plan to do another this week. I wasn't sure to frame, stretch over a canvas frame or make a yard flag. Unsure what fabric for a yard flag. I purchased a monogram flag for me and it has faded bad. It was the rip stop or whatever the flags are usually done in,too. Yours looks extremely well made.
ps. what stabilizer have you used on the burlap,please?
I backed the fabric with Kona cotton because the white stabilizer would have shown through. I sprayed adhesive and stitch basted the fabric to the burlap. Then I hooped tear away and used spray adhesive, pins, and a basting frame to keep it all in place while stitching. The finished item is mounted to a self adhesive cardboard you can get at craft stores. The frame came with the off white border. I always pick a frame that has plenty of room for all the layers. This one has the metal tabs you bend over in the back over the frame backing.
I've heard of people using burlap with plastic coating for yard flags but I haven't done it.