Monday, July 15, 2013

It's a SmartFab Giveaway!!!!

SmartFab contacted me about reviewing their product and I was happy to agree. They sent me 5 rolls to experiment with! (pink, yellow, black, red, and blue)




I haven't seen this type of fabric before. You can do anything with it. Watch the video below to see what I mean.

Click HERE to see their website.
They have plenty of pictures detailing the ways people have used their products.

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They have give aways and share ideas.

Click HERE to follow them on Pinterest. 
They have some great pins!



They were nice enough to send me 3 large rolls (yellow, pink, and black) and 2 small rolls (red and blue). This is what I made:


Wreath Instructions: (if you are interested)
  1. Cut the fabric into 6 inch strips then cut that in half so you have 3 inch strips.
  2. Take each of those strips and cut them so they are 6 inches long.
  3. Now you have strips that are 3 inches wide and 6 inches long.
  4. Tie each individual strip onto the wire wreath frame.
  5. This is very time consuming...
  6. When you have a section finished, fluff the fabric so it fills the space.
  7. Tie on the ribbon as decoration!

I love that this fabric doesn't fray! The edges are pretty without me having to do anything!

The material is the perfect material to work with in your crafts. It is easy to cut, bend, twist, and tie. I am going to use the rest when I go back to get my classroom set up.  I am going to use it for wall decoration, maybe a border, as curtains, and maybe to decorate my desk! I will share pictures in August when I am in school mode.

I love that the colors are so vibrant.

Are you interested?

How would you like to get 3 FREE rolls? 

Enter my giveaway! I will announce the winner on Friday!


20 comments :

Erin said...

Wow! Your wreath looks great and it sounds like an interested product!
Erin
Short and Sassy Teacher

Karen Rowland said...

Very cool!
Karen Rowland
Adventures With Firsties

karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

jen said...

This definitely does sound like an interesting product! I would definitely make curtains for my room with it :)

--jen

K. Mo said...

Now I'm starting to regret my recent HUGE fabric purchase... This stuff would have been much more cost-effective.
❤ Karen
flamingofab@gmail.com
Flamingo Fabulous in Second Grade

Tara said...

Wow, Love the wreath! This fabric seems really cool!

Quilting Tangent said...

Looks like an interesting product.

Disneymum said...

wow that is so cool!

Chelsea O'Neal said...

OH that is so cool!! I would love to try this!
Chelsea ONeal
cloneal1973@gmail.com

Jenny Sauer said...

Sounds neat! I hadn't heard of it before, but am now going to look for it. Thanks for the giveaway! Abc_teacher@yahoo.com

Debbie said...

Oooooh! That looks awesome!

Deb

debinderry@gmail.com

Ms.Hamm said...

This sounds like a wonderful product! I'm off to research where I can find it! :-)

~Lynda
mshamm1stgrade@gmail.com

Renee S. said...

Love the wreath---amazing product!

Renee'
sreneestewartr@gmail.com

Mrs. Eimer said...

This looks awesome. I would definitely love pink, black, and lime green.

Courtney
courtneyice1@gmail.com
4thGradeSprinkles

Julie said...

Whatta cool product! Would love to try it out.
Julie
juliequain@yahoo.com

Jennifer Jenkins said...

I love how your wreath turned out--super cute! This product looks like so much fun!

jenniferjenkins7777@gmail.com

Lesson Plans and Lollipops said...

This would look great on bulletin boards!

Mrs. Lazenby said...

I love that wreath!! :)

Amber
Creative Ideas for the Upper Elementary Classroom

Sandra A. said...

Interesting stuff, I haven't seen it before.

Markisha said...

Thanks for sharing. Love the wreath!

Katie Lawson said...

Oooh this looks so awesome!

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