Sunday, February 2, 2014

It's here!!

Don't let  the door stop you! I thought what can I do for this great hop. 

Well I look at this panel that I purchased at one of the local fabric shop and thought well now what!



I didn't want to have something sitting on the floor all the time but would like something that to me would be unique so this is what I have created.

I made this colorful panel in to what my look like a wall hanging but I took a couple magnetic clips and hung it on the steel door. It hangs at the same level as the other draught stopper and gives you a nice winter scene to enjoy! If you let your imagination drift away, you can imagine snowshoeing in the great outdoors, sitting in the chair enjoying the scenery then entering the cozy cabin to enjoy a hot cup of tea.





Thanks to Madame Samm and Carla for all the cheerleading and their time for these hops.

Here is today's list stop by and visit everyone. Thanks for stopping by and having a peek!


        

57 comments:

  1. What a great and original use for a panel !!! Truly :) thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. Wonderful use of a panel and the magnetic clips is genious.

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  3. How very clever of you to make a warm draft panel that is removable. The winter scene is serene. Thank you sew very much for Hopping...

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  4. This is such a great idea. Your panel looks like my place...Well the chair and the cabin. I don't have pretty trees or snow shoes. Thanks for sharing the hanging process. I would have never thought of the magnetic clips.
    Thank you, so much, for hopping with us. Very nice.

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  5. Love the idea of a panel. That way when the winters over, you can easily store it. Your panel is very pretty.

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  6. Fantastic idea! Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Very nice! Great idea to attach it to the metal door to make pretty while stopping those cold drafts ... :) Pat

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  8. Great idea…love the panel! Thanks for sharing :)

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  9. `Well, that is another great approach to the door stopper! Bad luck we don't have steel doors here, but I think it will also function with these plastic things which stuck on the wall, just forgot the name! Thanks!

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  10. Great idea with the panel as a draught stopper. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Ohhhh i like this....now you may have something here lol

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  12. How clever are you to come up with those magnetic clips on the steel door? Wonderful idea.

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  13. LOve the idea of hanging the panel with magnets. Nice use of panel.

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  14. A great use for a panel. I love the creativity of the folks in these hops. To take a panel and turn it into a scenic door panel to help stop drafts. Now, that is terrific! And, my question would have been how do I hand that beautiful piece and you even answered that for us. Thanks for joining the hop and sharing your marvelous creativity.

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  15. Just lovely! What a creative idea and so easy to move around!

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  16. Oh my goodness this is exactly what I need in my kitchen! It's the only door in my house that has a draft and it's the one that's used a hundred times a day so not much would work there. Since it's a metal door this would be perfect. I love it! blessings, marlene

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  17. Thanks for the idea; I would have never thought of that. It's fabulous!

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  18. Very clever! Love what you have come up with.

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  19. Now this is a clever idea!!! Why didn't I think of this!

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  20. Very cute Connie. It should keep some of the cold out. Very nice idea.

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  21. Ahhhhhhhhh fantastic!! I really like that

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  22. Now just how ingenious is that! I love it!

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  23. Hey, that is a GREAT idea!! How very clever you are!

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  24. A very clever idea ! Great use of a panel !

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  25. What a smart thing to do! Very creative and beautiful draft guard. :)

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  26. You are a testament to the ingenuity of quilters! I sometimes use a rolled up rug as a draft stopper and your magnet/panel idea would be a perfect 'cover up' for the rug. Thanks. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  27. Very pretty and I forgot all about those magnetic clips. they could be used to hang any small quilt I guess. thanks for sharing.

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  28. cute idea! A door quilt! Love it.
    Thank you for sharing.
    xo jan

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  29. How clever of you! What a cute idea!

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  30. That is a wonderful idea! My door to the garage is metal and could use one of these. I'd have to imagine snowshoeing, because we have no snow. :O)

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  31. What a great idea! I have a metal door going outside from my den and there is a big draft there so this would be perfect. I could even change the scenery from Winter to Summer easily. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  32. That panel is really neat. I can see where I would have had a hard time cutting it. Great idea..great job.

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  33. Very pretty! thanks for sharing. vickise at gmail dot com

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  34. Terrific concept. love the idea. great starting panel too.

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  35. What a great idea! Beautiful AND practical! :)

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  36. This is a most unique idea! I LOVE it! The panel is perfect for stopping wintry drafts. How clever to use the magnetic hooks. I guess on a wood door, I could use those Command hooks.

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  37. Great way to use the fabric panel. Very creative indeed.

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  38. I like the practically of this project. The scene is cozy and warm. LOVE IT

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  39. Clever idea and the scene is lovely. Well done.

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  40. Very nice idea, you are so clever...

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  41. What a creative project. Love that panel and you had a great idea to use it like you did.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  42. Clever, Clever! And it is so pretty too. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  43. Love the idea and also the panel you chose . Thanks for sharing

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  44. Using clips to hang a panel for a draft stopper is really clever.

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  45. This is very unique! And pretty too.

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  46. That is such a clever use of the magnetic clips! I love the scenic fabric.

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  47. That's a wonderful idea! and a great panel.

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  48. this is really a good way to use panels. Thank you for sharing. I love it

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  49. How clever to put it on magnetic clips. I'd pull it down at night to really keep the drafts out and then it could be pulled up during the day.

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