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When I was a kid, you didn’t dare go to bed on March 16th without something green on. “But, I have green eyes!” didn’t cut it. My red-bearded, last-name-starts-with-Mc dad would leprechaun-ninja attack in the morning with a pinch.
Did y'all see my spring wreath on kojo designs last week? In case you missed it I am going to repost it here...yes it because I am in LOVE with it!! My spring with with coffee filters and food coloring is sure to make your heart go pitter patter. Coffee filters and food coloring??
Well, as I mentioned in my last post ….. My scrap basket over flows from time to time! That means it is time to create something fun to share with everyone!! A few weeks ago, my basket was crazy and I just pushed everything to the side and had some fun!
Congratulation to the 3 winners who won the Green, Red and White trees during the Kanzashi Christmas Tree Giveaway Draw recently!!! For those who didn’t win or missed the boat, don’t be disappointed, here is the tutorial with complete step-by-step photos and even videos to guide you all the way to make the Christmas Tree!!! Though it looks tedious but if you get your hands on it, it is pretty simple!!!
Looking to make simple homemade Christmas ornaments? On this page you'll find an easy tutorial for how to make a super-simple paper bauble. If you are looking for more ideas, take a peek at my other Christmas ornaments to make gallery at the bottom of this page.
Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue™ and Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ add sparkle to presents, to your tree, to your windows – anywhere you want a little touch of the holidays. Materials: Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ 23532 Multi Ultra Fine Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue® Straight pin Freezer paper Scratch paper 8” iridescent thread (optional) Masking tape (optional) Pattern
Felt Penguin Ornament This iceberg-loving critter adds charm to your tree with felt scraps and a bit of sewing. To make: Trace our patterns, available below, onto white paper and cut out. Gather 12-inch pieces of white, orange, and black felt. Referring to the photo, trace the penguin patterns onto felt; cut out.
Here’s a nice collection featuring many different types of scented sachets you can make that I’ve collected from around the ‘net. These make great stocking stuffers and gifts throughout the year for both young and old, something here to suit everyone’s taste and crafting ability! I’ve broken them into three different groups: Fabric & Sewing, Crochet & Knitting, and then Paper (most are sewn). Enjoy! Update : I added a couple vintage patterns at the bottom of the page (crochet). Fabric & Sewn
Here is a super easy, super cheap way of customizing your own pens! Keep reading to find out how. What you will need: • Biros