Day 14- It’s All About the Blue Jeans

Farmers and blue jeans have a special connection, especially Wranglers. We go through blue jeans at times like it is our job, but just because our jeans get holes in undesirable places doesn’t mean they are worthless. Blue jeans make great materials for a variety of projects. Below you can see some of the favorites I found. To find the links to them visit my 30 Days of Farm Related DIY Pinterest Board.

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Day 5 – Ribbons and Banners

I realize that the majority of farm related households may not have boxes and boxes of ribbons and banners lying around but if your family has been showing cattle for over 60 years , like mine, it becomes a real problem. As a child I saved every ribbon we ever received from the local level all the way up to the national level. As I got older I was more willing to part with ribbons and only save what I deemed the “important ones”. Nevertheless, my family and I have quit the collection. At one point I wanted to make a quilt/bedspread out of these beautiful ribbons, but have since realized I possess little sewing skills and “ain’t nobody got time for that”, so I have been looking for other creative ways to hold on to these precious memories. So below is a a mod podge of ideas I have found, including one that my crafty little sissy made.  **Disclaimer: Some of these require sewing talents way above my knowledge.

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