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Jean Greenhowe Designs Official Website - Jean Greenhowe free knitting patterns, knitted dolls, toys Jean Greenhowe Designs Official Website - Jean Greenhowe free knitting patterns, knitted dolls, toys From our postbag we know that innumerable kind-hearted people knit my dolls and toys to raise much needed funds for charity and other worthwhile causes. With this charity aspect in mind I have designed The Rainbow Babies as the first new and exclusive free pattern on our website. Ideal as fund-raisers, these sweet Babies are quick to knit and each one only requires 25 grams [less than 1 ounce] of yarn and the same amount of stuffing. You can make pink or brown Babies, but be sure to choose lovely bright colours for the rest of the design, in keeping with the rainbow theme. With your help I hope the Babies will create a beautiful RAINBOW all around the world. Click here to download the Rainbow Babies free pattern. Jean Greenhowe's Meet the Ghostlys This quartet of ghostly funsters like to haunt in style. Moping Mona and her Kitty-Cat make a flourish in fluorescent green. Bertram Spookalot-Smythe dons grey apparel as befits a thespian fond of Shakespearian tragedy. Happy haunting!
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DIY flower pots DIY flower pots Things we used Plaster of ParisStyrofoam ballsChenille stems/pipe cleanersPaint and brushes This activity is good for pre schoolers and above. Start off with painting the Styrofoam balls to make the flowers. Big A made a game out of it by challenging herself to paint the whole ball without getting paint on her fingers. Baby A’s goal on the other hand was to get as much paint as humanly possible on her body while getting as little as possible on the ball itself. Step :1 Paint the balls We set all the balls to dry and wrapped up the project for the day. Next step we made the flowers and a sun using pipe cleaners. Note: The sparkly ones may seem cute but they are only mediocre performers as stems. Step :2 Make the petals using pipe cleaners Another day, we did the petals using pipe cleaners. The sun was pretty straightforward. Sun with the flowers. Here are all the flowers we made. The final part of the project was thoroughly enjoyed by both of them, especially the younger one. Extensions
Make your own animal face mask Here’s another easy animal craft idea to keep your baby and preschooler busy and happy ! With all the structured activities and schedules around us, we tend to overlook on “Fun Stuff & Having Fun” ! According to the experts, “play” is the chief vehicle for the development of imagination and intelligence, language, social skills, and perceptual-motor abilities in infants and young children”. This play time was all about being “Silly & Having fun ” My 10 month old loves to play peek-a-boo and Big S uses everything she finds to keep the giggles coming . Big S wanted to do animals because she is trying to teach the baby different animals and their sounds. Lil’ S loves to mimic sounds and it’s so much fun when the girls are so behaved and are having a good time playing. It doesn’t last very long , but I’ll take whatever few minutes I get Things we used: Step 1: Draw or print out animals on construction paper Step 2: Cut along the outline and punch out the eyes. Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Let the play begin. Make your own animal face mask
Make an apple tree the toddler way Make an apple tree the toddler way Our closest apple orchard is about 100 miles away . It is sad that we as a family have NEVER gone apple picking. May be one of these days.. But that did not stop us from doing an apple tree craft. Things you will need Toilet roll tubes or kitchen roll tubes cut into 2 halvesGreen construction cut out as leavesBrown Paint or Mix Red and GreenRed PaintCotton BallsFoil pan Before starting, I cut out my leaves for the tree using green construction paper. Since we ran out of brown paint, we decided to make brown. For this project we used red and green to make brown paint [ color mixing] I poured both the colors in a foil pan and had the kids go at it. Both of the them rolled in tubes in the paint and turned the “tree trunks” brown. Instead of using red pom-pom balls, I used some cotton balls. Again, balls go into the tray and tons of red paint go on top of it. Once the excited squeals and cheers for the always loved red paint settled down, the girls had round #2 of mini messy play.
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DIY Chan Luu Bracelet DIY Chan Luu Bracelet My goal this holiday season was to really try my best to make some homemade gifts. So far I’m doing pretty well with my wreath, some burlap covered candles, some personalized coasters and this past weekend I gave a try at some jewelry. You may have noticed how wrap bracelets are everywhere lately. Chan Luu bracelets are extremely popular these days. They come in singles and also in wraps. I love love the look of these bracelets. I did the top bracelet by simply following this tutorial. 1. 2.Bring your needle up under the right cord through the center and pull the thread through. 3. 4. You will just continue to do this for every bead. I love my followers so come and join!! Like this: Like Loading... Related Leather Wrap Bracelet The other day I was in Michael's craft store grabbing some material for a small project I'm working on when I walked by the jewelry isle. With 2 comments Another {DIY} Bracelet I don't know what has gotten into me but I'm on a major bracelet kit. With 6 comments
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There is a wide range of artists and craft workers exhibiting and selling at All Saints Art and Craft Market, here is a list of our regular stallholders broadly categorised: Jewellery Arcturus Jewellery - Bridal and special occasion jewellery Hairy Growler - Handcrafted jewellery created from recycled items Sarah-Jane Marsden - Jewellery and painted glass Painting/Prints Rachel Hutchins R.C.A. Ceramics Paul McGrath - POG Crafts Pottery Sally and Shaun Delavigne - Hand painted terracotta West Lodge Pottery - Hand thrown and slipcast earthenware pottery Photography Derek Langley - Black and white photography Gordon Morrison Textiles Stabo - Clothing and accessories Wood Doug Bates - Wooden Toys Other Dolores Garcia - beeswax candles Scrap-Iron - Hand made iron figures List of Artists and Craft Workers at All Saints Garden Art & Craft Market, Trinity Street, Cambridge List of Artists and Craft Workers at All Saints Garden Art & Craft Market, Trinity Street, Cambridge
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futuregirl craft blog: Starling v1.0 Release futuregirl craft blog: Starling v1.0 Release Starling v1.0 Release It's been almost a month and over 1300 downloads, and only a couple of minor changes have been reported for Version 0.1 Beta of the Starling Handbag. I've decided to go ahead and release it as Version 1.0 and drop the Beta. Yay! Here are the changes, so you can decide if you need to download the newest version. Bottom section, after Row 1, Note added which reads, "When stitching Row 1 and I get to the ch 1, I push the starting strand of yarn to the back before I rotate the piece and begin stitching down the other side. I also added all the handbags I've made from this pattern before I called it the Starling Handbag to the starling handbag category.
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Crafts for Kids: 15 Incredible Kids Craft Blogs | Craft Jr. 4 40 0Google +0 0 210 My favorite part of the blogosphere are the incredible crafting blogs. My first try at entrepreneurship was a crafting business, so I guess it makes sense that I would come full circle to do more crafty blogging at some point. I decided to hunt down a few kids crafting blogs to connect with, and found way more than I bargained for. Sadly, several of these blogs are no longer being updated. Support these Great Kids Craft Blogs by Independent Crafty-type People Crafts for Kids: 15 Incredible Kids Craft Blogs | Craft Jr.
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