Scrappy Oak Tree Prayer Flag with 3D Leaves

In a recent prayer flag swap, I created a Scrappy oak tree on a linen base. I did the bare tree first, then added the bits of green and a few extra colors for fun. The 3D leaves are from a leftover fabric master board of organza bits I had made for dragonfly wings and used again for leaves in another project.

I love prayer flags, so simple, easy, and joyful.

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Another gorgeous stunning piece from you!

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Love the way you’ve layered all the colors by using masterboards and scraps. It looks lovely.

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Very pretty. I love them.

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The textures are so wonderful!

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Love love love your work!

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This is gorgeous, I particularly like the acorn piece.

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The tree is just so fun and playful with all those colorful scraps. Oak is a great prayer flag focus!!

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This is gorgeous! I love the bright pops of color.

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I’m not sure it would be possible to love this any more than I already do. I have an entire bin of scraps, I feel some fabric masterboards are in my near future…

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So happy and dreamy! I really love the organic threads.

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Wow, talk about pieces of art.

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Congrats! Your Scrappy Oak Tree Prayer Flag is one of this week’s featured projects! You are awesome!

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This just speaks to my mind and my heart! How beautiful!

Wooo! Thank you!

This is really pretty! Definitely deserved to be featured!

Congrats! It is an awesome work of art!

absolutely gorgeous

Very pretty!!

So cool! I love how you did the leaves.