It's My Turn! Bowls With Borders Blog Hop

8.15.2012

Have you been checking out the great Bowls With Borders projects? Aren't they great?! I am humbled to be a part of a group with such talent and creativity. 

Without further adieu, here is my contribution for the Bowls With Borders Blog Hop....

When the blog hop was first announced, I knew exactly what I wanted to make. This vintage kitchen cabinet had just found its way into our home and it needed a little dressing up. 


Apparently my wall needed some dressing up, too. See the little dirt smudge? Ooops. =D


*Ahem* Moving on...

The flowers. Aren't they darling? I love them! You can find the how-to on Marie-Madeline Studio. They are quick and easy and added just the right touch for my bowls. =)


Make sure you visit the rest of today's Bowls With Borders contributors. =D

August 15th
Daisy Days
A Quilting Sheep...ME!



A big thanks to the amazing Madame Samm, for all of her hard work to make these blog hops happen. 

And a super big thank you to my new friend, Carol, for being the perfect and gracious hostess for the blog hop. 

If you are interested in making your own bowls, you can buy the pattern from Regina.

Until next time...Happy Bowl Hopping!




102 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! I totally love that runner! The flowers are adorable. Dirt smudge? Who sees that when there is such a cute bowl creation to look at. You did good...really good. Love it!

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  2. Wow, your flowers are darling! The black border really frames all the bowl color pops beautifully--thank you for sharing today :O)

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  3. I like the bright colourful bowls....

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  4. Love the vintage kitchy kitchen! Wonderful way to dress up your new 'find' and cute addition of those sweet 3-d flowers. Thank you for sharing with us today.

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  5. WOW! That is such a gorgeous runner. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Hello, I like your bowls. It's one of my favourites. Really good.
    I will present my bowls at August 23rd.
    Sonja

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  7. Wow! Love all the vintagey goodness going on in your kitchen! Your bowls came out beautiful! Love the embellished flowers, they really add some dimension...great colors too :)

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  8. Your bowls are so pretty! The flowers wonderful. What a great idea to add them to your pile of bowls.
    I'll show my bowls on August 23rd.

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  9. Beautiful runner! Thanks for sharing the flowers link! I might have to steal that idea! Great work.

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  10. I just love the addition of the flowers. How great!

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  11. The flowers growing from the bowls are wonderful as are the bowls which stand out because eof the border. Thank you Amy.

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  12. What a wonderful project for making something useful out of your bowls. The flowers do make it stand out as something extra special! Well done.

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  13. You have made a wonderful project with the bowls. I love it and a great idea with the flowers

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  14. It's BEAUTIFUL!!!! I love it, Amy!

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  15. Your project is wonderful. Thank you for sharing with us today.
     

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  16. How cute! It's perfect for your vintage cabinet! Great job!

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  17. That's awesome! I love your BWB! Just fabulous!!

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  18. I love how you dressed those bowls up with a flower garden! and that cabinet is cool!

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  19. Very lovely! I think that to be a great idea! Love those flowers!!

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  20. Oh my, that is sew "over the top" ! Love it! Awesome! and thank you for the link for the posies.

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  21. Your bowls are so lovely and the flowers are really sweet. And great use on the cabinet!

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  22. Good Morning Amy....welll first thought that came to mind..."Brilliant use of bowls! " I think, I know, oh yes, it is sew.......take a peak over there...
    YOU are without a doubt, a lovely sight for my morning eyes...loved your idea and your flowers, welllll brilliant...x

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  23. This is my favorite bowls so far. They are just gorgeous and I love that they are functional, too.

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  24. Love the fabric choices and the flowers are beautiful :)

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  25. Darling table runner! Love your addition with the flowers!

    Thought that spot on the wall was a smudge on my computer screen :)

    Carolyn

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  26. This one is beautiful. Love the colours. Lots of patience to make it that big. Finished mine yesterday. Watch for mine on the 25th.

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  27. RosemaryB here: WOWIE I adore your creation! Just lovely! I love everything about your project.
    The colors are super bright and fun and those flowers you added are so cute!
    Thank you for sharing with us!

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  28. I love the flowers that you added to them. What a pop they give the bowls. I love the wallhanging. Great colors.

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  29. Your project is beautiful! I love the way your colors pop with the black and white. The flowers add just the right touch too. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. I really love your project, so cute and the flowers are the perfect addition!

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  31. Absolutely beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing!

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  32. Well done, i like your bowls ! :O)

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  33. The old cabinet is beautiful and the bowls with borders look great on it!
    KATRIN W.

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  34. Wow! Your bowls with the flowers is just perfect with that neat vintage cabinet! The flowers really add so much! Thanks for sharing!

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  35. so you are the one who got honorable mention. Congrats! It is totally awesome. You really worked hard. It a great dress up for the cabinet. Such a great idea. Well done!

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  36. A well deserved honourable mention!!!! I love this one...your bowls are great..colours are fantastic.
    And the flowers superb!!!!

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  37. What a wonderful runner. Love the way it is displayed on the cabinet.

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  38. I like the fabrics that you selected for your bowls!...and cute cabinet! Stefanie

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  39. It`s absolutely beautiful and love the yo-yos flowers,nice.Well done!!

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  40. I really like the wall/cabinet hanging! The flowers are such a nice touch!

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  41. Love your bowls and how they are displayed! Now I have to go find those flowers. Thanks.

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  42. Wow! Wonderful job. Love the colors and the flowers are terrific.
    Congrats on being one of the chosen!

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  43. I love how you finished your bowls. the flowers are great. ANd it does look perfect with the cabinet.

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  44. I just love those 3D flowers! Your stack of bowls is just lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  45. Amy!! It is wonderful! I love the addition of the flowers. and your quilting, beautiful. Believe me you are right it fits in perfect!

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  46. Fabulous! It's so bright and cheery!
    I love it!

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  47. very nice with the flowers... I like it very well

    greetings from Germany

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  48. Wow, your runner is fantastic. I love everything about it, and the cabinet, too. What a great find!!

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  49. What a lovely idea. Your flowers are the perfect adornment. I love their addition and detail. Great idea!

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  50. Amazing job ! Your runner is just beautiful and your flowers are the perfect touch to finish it off. Thanks for the link to learn how to make them. Thanks for sharing your bowls and again, super job! Oh I'm a new follower and I'll be back to see what I've missed. :D

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  51. No need to be humble, what you did is great, very original and beautiful.

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  52. Wow...that's one piece? Just magnificent!

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  53. I am in LOVE!!!! This may be my favorite yet. Glad I found your blog. :-)

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  54. Fabulous! Your vintage kitchen cabinet is dressed to the nines now. I love the flowers.

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  55. this is the cutest thing ever! now I want to make one too! I love it!

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  56. Your bowls are really special. They add to the nostalgia!

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  57. Amy - Your bowls really add to that vintage cabinet-that is such a perfect spot for them. Your fabric selections are "right-on." I also like your hexie baby quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  58. How perfect!!! So, did you do two runners or one really long one? The flowers are the perfect addition to your stacks and they really do dress up that old cabinet! God bless!!

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  59. Amy, from one redeemed sheep to another - Baa Baa Beautiful! I have to say, your bowls are my favorites and to hang a quilt from the side of your frig - how come I've never seen that before? What a fun idea! Thanks for your inspiration today. I am bookmarking your blog to revisit. I'm off to the grocery store and will check back later. Wow, wow, wow, wow! (or should I say baa baa baa baa?)

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  60. I love the flowers growing out of your bowls.

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  61. ooo wonderful, love the flowers. such a nice idea to dress this awesome cabinet! where did you get that??? it's so perfect. Your house look so amazing!

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  62. Those are just darling. That certainly will dress up anything.

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  63. Love your bowls with the flowers!

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  64. OMG, I think yours is definitely the best for today's in my book. I just adore the way you made it long and placed it on your refrigerator. It is beautiful and looks perfect there. I feel I should make one for mind. Thanks you so much for your idea and sharing with us.

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  65. What a cute runner...love the flowers! TFS

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  66. Your runner is fantastic! Love your flowers... so glad that I found your blog today.... my grandma had a similar cabinet in her 'north room'... your blog brought back some fun summertime memories. :) The bowls table runner is so lovely!

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  67. Your bowls are just amazing!! The flowers just add so much to them!! I love it!!

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  68. I love how you made the quilt longer than the bowls and the dimensional flowers look great.

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  69. Oh my goodness this is amazing! How long is it? Must be huge. And your flowers are a lovely addition.

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  70. Oh mu gosh that has to be the CUTEST, and longest runner ever!! I need to make one that long for my MIL's table, it has three leaves to add in on the holidays and is too long for most tablecloths, a runner would be perfect. You did a wonderful job glad you were one of the favorites!!

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  71. First of all I LOVE that cupboard!!! :) Your stack of colorful bowls is a perfect dress up for it. Great job.

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  72. So cute made me smile the moinute I opened yout blog! Great job!

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  73. This is one great bowls with borders project! Wow! Thanks for sharing this. Good work.

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  74. Your runner looks great in your vintage kitchen! I love your bowls. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  75. Love this!! What a great idea!!

    chris

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  76. Your bowls simply "Bowl Me Over"!! What a great idea to decorate a tall cabinet...may have to use that one

    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  77. Love your flower pot bowls. They sure grew some pretty flowers....grin.

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  78. what a nice way to dress up your kitchen...... great job on your bowls and psoies too
    in stitches

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  79. What cute bowls you have in your kitchen. Absolutely delightful and very inviting.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  80. Your runner is wonderful from the fabric choices to the execution. I hadn't noticed the wall, only the quilt. The flowers are great.

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  81. Hi!!! Love the flowers added in!!! Looks lovely on your cabinet!!!!

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  82. It's beautiful, Amy! Love the flowers too! Looks great where you put it!

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  83. What an adorable runner I just love the flowers coming out of the bowls. Excellent job done !

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  84. Oh I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Yours!!!

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  85. lovely work thanks for sharing!!

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  86. That is sew very cute, the perfect touch for your cupboard! I sure like the flowers, they add dimension to the project...a "little fingers" smudge? nothing any momma hasn't seen before ~
    :-}pokey

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  87. You deserved honorable mention , your bowls are wonderful and the flowers look great .

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  88. Oh, Amy I absolutely love it!! Don't know how I missed this post! Congrats on such a sweet creation! xo Heather

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  89. Sew Cute! Love the long runner you did. My friend, Mary, from I Piece 2 was also featured yesterday. She brought her 2 bowl quilts to our sew in yesterday so that we could see them up close.

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  90. What a great project, very nicely done! Are you able to look away? Thanks for sharing!

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  91. Beautiful bowls!

    Deborah
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

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  92. I'm so pleased you runner was picked! And I'm glad to be returning to be able to say this.
    Cathy R

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  93. Oh all the bowls I've seen - these are my favorite. And I love how you are displaying them. Great (& clever) job!

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  94. Amy...WOW WOW WOW...what can I say that has not been said. I love everything about your runner, the fabric choices, the flowers, the stitching GREAT JOB. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing in the blog hop. Have a wonderful week!!

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  95. Oh what a nice interpretation of the design!
    Sophie from http://sophiedentelles.canalblog.com/ (I cannot comment as an OpenID with name/URL like in other blogger blogs)

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  96. Don't know if my first comment printed: Love the way you finished off the bowls with some extra flowers! Thanks for sharing!

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