Last summer I was at a backyard barbecue when I spotted a little girl. While the other children were playing hide and seek indoors, she sat happily on a bench by herself, blowing bubbles, singing a song from the top of her head. I don’t recall the exact tune but it was something about a sand castle and mustard bottles. She wore glittered shoes, a polka dot dress and a tiara.
After introducing myself and complementing her on her musical stylings, I asked her why she was wearing a tiara. Looking up from her bubble wand, she stared me straight in the eye and answered, rather proudly, “Because I can.”
Clearly, I had to meet this child’s mother.
Since then I have so enjoyed getting to know her mom, Ashley, who is All Kinds of Crafty. Seriously, the woman lives with jellybean colored walls (!!!) Until Ashley starts a blog, she has been kind enough to share a couple of her projects with me, including her version of the Easter wreath I posted last week.
Folks, seriously, how cool is this?
I think I like her version better than the original. It’s so fun. So happy looking. The colors. The patterns. THE TINKER TAPE.
Perhaps this is an Easter project but it feels a bit like a birthday party. Or Mardi Gras. Or Cinco De Mayo. Or Tuesday. Why should we hang a cupcake wreath on our doors every Tuesday?
Because we can.
you can’t go wrong with pink and turquoise! i would love to see this hanging in darla’s room. i’ll bet darla would be down for it too!
Dang I want to make one! That looks so fun!
I agree, she needs a blog so I can read more! I want to see a pic of this lil girl ;}
Only one word to describe that wreath. VIVACIOUS!!! You inspired this, Peaches. Obviously!
My kind of kid! Love the wreath…and the sentiment. “Because I can.”
lurve it! Lurve this piece and I lurve seeing variations on a simple concept. I lurve sayin lurve too!
This is such a fantastic wreath…I am in love with the colors and whimsical feel!