Friday, October 9, 2020

DIY Fall Rustic Fabric Scarecrow Hat

 Well, even though most crafters are probably on their way to Halloween (or even Christmas) crafts....I'm still designing for the Fall Season! I really wanted to create a rustic version of a Scarecrow Hat. I wanted it to look weathered, worn, rusty, just as if it had been sitting out in the corn field for quite a few years...but still have a bit of a shabby chic look to it!  I created the hat using my own pattern with a base of felt fabric, a glue mixture consisting of instant coffee and cinnamon ( I thought the cinnamon would give it the rusty look I was going for) and baked this whole ensemble in the oven to get a nice sturdy hat to hold all of the embellishments! I was able to make this project look just as I had envisioned it using lots of Beautiful Board Fall product and flowers from You can see the whole start to finish process in my YouTube video! I will have the link down below including the links to all the product I used from Reneabouquets! Also, be sure to check out this month's coupon code for only. Thanks for stopping by!! 

Link to my YouTube Video sharing the entire creative process:

Links to Reneabouquets (RB) product used on this project:

-RB Beautiful Board Laser Cut Chipboard S/23 Fancy Fall Tuck Ins:

-RB Beautiful Board Laser Cut Chipboard Ivy Vines Tuck It in:

-RB Beautiful Board Laser Cut Chipboard S/6 Quilling Leaves (Small):

-RB Beautiful Board Beautiful Bits Laser Cut Chipboard Pumpkin:

-RB Beautiful Board Laser Cut Chipboard Pumpkin Patch (Small):

-RB Beautiful Board Words Laser Cut Chipboard Sweet as Honey (Small):

-RB  Dark Brown Roses & Gardenias Mulberry Flowers:

-RB Premium Paper Glitter Glass Butterflies (Watercolor Rustic Autumn):

-Gawdie Girl Chunky Glitter Glass .5 oz (70 grit) Black:

Ranger Tim Holtz Mini Distress Ink Pad sets (that closely match colors I was using on this project): 




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