Big and little artist » How to sew a fabric flower / rose? I used my fabric flowers to make a statement necklace These fabric flowers are so cool and so easy to make!
You can have so much fun makign many of them in different colors ad sizes. Try this project with children and see their amazed faces when the bud starts to form after the fabric strip has been rolled on itself. You might need to help them with the needle to secure the loops. You will need: Inne twory. Pretty Ditty. What a Thanksgiving!
I made it through 2 family Thanksgivings, 2 BIG Thanksgiving dinners, 2 Thanksgiving desserts, and a Joann fabrics shopping trip early the next morning. Whew! Before I go into sharing my Thanksgiving with you all, lets announce the fabric give-away winners. TUTORIALS. E TELLS TALES: tutorials. Say Thank You with a Lasting Rose... I promised crafty flowers, and here they are!
Coffee filter roses, with a vintage patina... I added a thank you sentiment so that they could be messengers of my gratitude! This issue is jam- packed with gorgeous ideas, some of which from dear blogging friends! I think I screamed when I spotted June's fabulous fabric tags and Abby's bow- tied letter (Abby has three amazing features in this issue, no less!)... Wreaths - Recycle, eh. I've had a number of visitors complaining (in a nice way) that my Christmas posts have neglected nature.
So, for those of you who love to craft and reuse natural materials, we'll start with pinecones (or pine cones). Like Chris over at Just a Girl (check out her pinecone wreath!) , I collect my own pinecones, venturing out into the park behind my house and along the Rideau Canal (although, technically you're not supposed to pick those particular pinecones??) Hoping that I beat the squirrels to them. December 2009. I'm baaa-aaack!
My once-state-of-the-art laptop is still on shaky legs, but at least at this point it's functioning. A big thanks to B, the lovely boyf, for his technical advising, and to Google Chrome for not making the internets crash 12 times in a row like Firefox does to me. Whew. Uusi Kuu. Crea – DIY – Crafts » Veetje Veetje. Paasactie #12 april 16th, 2014 § § permalink Prachtige recyclage van plastic eieren.
Zelfgemaakte eierdopjes door Creativity in Progress. Beautiful recycling of plastic eggs. Home made egg cups by Creativity in Progress. Z potrzeby piękna....: kwiecień 2009. Michele made me. Welcome to Series 3: SITUATION CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT-ATION #3!
Hopefully you've figured out that this is a series of Christmas ornament/decorations all made with things from your recycling bin. Let us begin by doing a little review of where we've been so far. Well, first off we made these simple yet pretty Plastic Bottle Ornaments. And then we went a little tropical with these floralized Greenhouse Ornaments. And that's brings us to today! Koniec z bielą? Październik 2010. Holiday crafting with book pages. This holiday season I am noticing a trend- book pages!
They are everywhere from Anthropologie to West Elm, it is obvious that everyone has discovered the versatility and beauty of text on a book page. I have been using recycled book pages for quite a while and can attest to the fact that they are a simple, affordable and a beautiful supply to use in art and craft projects. I decided to put together some SUPER easy ideas to get started using book pages in your holiday crafting. I like to encourage recycling- so look for old books that you don't want to keep. Glee. A creative mint.