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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

A LITTLE BEE TOLD ME...

A little Bee told me that Diana had made a Mug Rug.  Isn't it stunning!  She is participating in a Mug Rug Swap and made this as her entry!  Participants are to make a mug rug using hexagons.  How clever of Diana to use hexagons as the honeycomb. Look at all that fussy cutting she had to do!  Diana is one talented lady.  Someone said, and I agree, it is too beautiful to set a coffee mug on.  I’m going to get busy and make a mug rug so I can participate in the swap. Of course, mine will be a very simple hexagon flower, but I want a chance to win Diana's mug rug.   We are supposed to put our mug rugs in a bag and I don’t remember how the swap will be done, but I’m hoping I’ll get Diana’s.    I’ll keep you posted!

ON ANOTHER NOTEMommy By Day Crafter By Night has a great tutorial for a little birdie told me messenger bag.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

6 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

This is perfectly fun!!!

Lynn said...

Adorable! I'm not sure I could put coffee on it either.

Terry said...

What a cute mug rug! I love that bee! :0)

Susan at TheBoredZombie.com said...

SO cute! Gives me ideas for an upcoming mug rug swap. Thanks! :)

bobbi said...

Prettiest bee ever!
I´d love to know how your swap is done, please let us know when it´s done and good luck winning Diana´s rug!! and hugs!!! Bobbi

Mama Pea said...

I love this. I think she should make me one, since I'm keeping bees now. LOL.

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