Thursday, August 21, 2014

Goodnight Moon

Another Patty's Pretty Things creation: a Goodnight Moon wallhanging.

While I was searching for Halloween images on The Graphics Fairy blog, these moons caught my eye. I really wanted to use them in some way but wasn't sure exactly what I was going to do with them. So I cut some out and let them sit awhile. That's how my creative process works. Usually, a project will come to fruition in time. Sometimes they don't, but this one did.

I told Dan I was thinking of making a banner out of them and he immediately said, "Goodnight Moon." What a design team we make! He already edits my blog and now he is helping with my designs. LOL

I had fun taking pictures of it in different areas of my home. I didn't realize how well the moons would go with my walls and decor. I could see this used not only for Halloween, but also in the guest room or nursery...Hmmm...Maybe I'll put one in our guest room. 

I really like these moons, so I made some into ornaments/gift tags too... 

and flair/buttons!

Goodnight moons are available at the Logan Village Mall.


  1. Great idea for a guest room door or nursery. You two make a great team. LOL
    Enjoy your weekend.

  2. Patty, You make me want a button machine .I love those. Your moons are cute and I like what you said about your husband and you working together. xoxo, Susie

  3. Hi Patty! I haven't been around in SO long! It is great to see that you are still making wonderfully creative things!

  4. Brilliant, Patty. They are just brilliant!

  5. Oh, I like these! I bet your little grandson would enjoy them in a nursery. But they would go anywhere as a whimsical decoration.

  6. Love the moons! When Dan retires he can run the next "Martha Stewart" empire! Love your ideas.

  7. Hello from Spain: Dan and you form a dream team. Great idea. I like your creation to the door of the room. Keep in touch

  8. Love the moon charms!!!!!! Perfect for fall and Halloween!


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