When I spotted these baby cotton boll garlands at one of my favorite shops, I knew they would be perfect for a project that had been spinning around in my head for a while.
I had been wanting to make a cotton boll bush......or maybe a tree.......
I loved the size and shape of these baby bolls.......they look like a cotton "bud"
I found the perfect spot in the kitchen for my cute cotton boll bush.
H had to help me with this project..... he figured out the "mechanics" part
I took a few pics showing how I assembled my cotton plant........
How sweet is that face!
Bedsprings make a fun way to display wreaths and kitchen towels on.....
Pop over to her Facebook page if you want to see more........https://www.facebook.com/milkhousemarket/
Thanks for stopping by.......come back soon!
The website under your picture is not your website. just thought you would like to know. Your farmhouse look just gets better all the time.ReplyDelete
What a great idea!! We do not have anything like that in the stores here. I love the shop you showcased!! It is lovely!!
Love your baby cotton ball tree and thanks for the tour. I'm afraid it would be dangerous for me to spend too much time in the Milk House Market. But what a delightful visit that would be!ReplyDelete
You are very creative using the garland to create this cute little tree that fits perfect in your kitchen. Thank you for sharing on #OMHGWW Linky PartyReplyDelete
Come by again next week!!
Have a great week!
The baby cotton ball tree is so cute! I wish I lived closer to the shop, I would go crazy, farmhouse is my favorite. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday! Hope to see you next week!ReplyDelete
Love the cotton ball tree, nice and airy. Would definitely look out of place here, maybe I could do a Fish tree, lol.ReplyDelete
That tree is darling, you did such a good job. Milk House Market looks like my kind of store. Thanks for sharing Penny.ReplyDelete
Liked your cotton boll tree; I like recycling styrofoam for planters to stick faux flowers into, but that wood base looks a lot more rugged. Shopping vicariously in the Milk House Market was fun, too--and Farmhouse isn't even my favorite look!ReplyDelete
Love this tree! It turned out Fabulous and I did head over to facebook and look up Mill House market! Wish I lived closer...ReplyDelete
What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm--pinned!ReplyDelete
Love everything in all the pictures. That cottontail wreath is adorable. I have a bunch of enamel ware Found you on Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party.ReplyDelete
This tree is so cute and that steer...love him!!! Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck - ColleenReplyDelete
This is such a fun creative idea! Thanks for sharing with Wall to Wall DIY Wednesday!ReplyDelete
You are my pick for Wall to Wall DIY Wednesday! Thank you for submitting your awesome idea!ReplyDelete
I just love your style! So pretty. Happy Summer, KippiReplyDelete
That cotton ball tree is adorable Penny. You always amaze me with your projects and home decor.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I'm delighted to be featuring your cotton ball tree at tonight's party and pinning too!