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Another week passed and a new one to look forward!    

Isn't Inspiration a curious thing?    A simple word or image can allow our minds to soar to new heights of creativity.   A glimpse of a cloud or even a smell can produce fabulous visual images for us.

Aloha was mentioned and the buffet table was draped with colorful beach towels and dollar store tiki candles for a quick festive look.

Wine was discussed and this is what followed - 

This darling kit was created to keep your wine coasters and charms all together neatly on your wine rack or counter.   Included are journal labels for making note of favorite wines.

We added a ring to hold them together and to hold the wine charms when not in use on your stemware.

Collages were glued over random paper coasters and coated with a water proof sealer for protection from moisture.   

Allow us to throw out some inspiration to you:

  • Sun glistening off water
  • Lazy rotations of ceiling fans
  • Inch worms wriggling along
  • The color Aqua
  • Slices of cantaloupe
  • Children's giggles

We hope you have a creative week and share some of your photos with us.    Also make sure to check out the Challenge page for results of the May Challenge.  Winners to be announced soon.


  1. Fabulous idea for wine lovers! I have seen some really snarky wine posts on Facebook that I could see myself incorporating in this project! Great kit!

  2. Hi Jean
    what a great fun idea and I love the papers you have used, really lovely

  3. What a great idea!!! I have so many charms for glasses and I tend to lose them. This will inspire me for sure!! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. Super idea and would be a great gift with a bottle of wine!!


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