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We add new projects and tips every day. Some of our readers' favorites include Christmas Crafts, Free Knitting Patterns, Free Crochet Patterns and Crafting with Kids. You will find step-by-step instructions, videos and patterns to make it quick and easy. FaveCrafts is your source of projects for families, group leaders, educators, kids and adults.

We understand the joy of crafting for the holidays, so we have projects to celebrate every holiday including Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. About our Free Newsletter, Quick and Crafty Our free e-mail newsletter, Quick and Crafty, will teach you how to craft, no matter what your skill level. About our User Features Up at the top of the screen, you will see options for "My Craft Projects," "My Newsletters" and "Sign In/Register. " AllFreeChristmasCrafts (freexmascrafts) on Pinterest. Diy: Salt Dough Ornaments : katyelliott.com. The holidays have officially begun. As we countdown to Christmas I’ll be sharing some of my favorite holiday decorations, crafts, and gift ideas.

To start us off Bread Dough Ornaments from Stephanie of even*cleveland. So cute, I can’t wait to try. Thanks for sharing Stephanie! P.s. for christmas 2010 Stephanie made these stamped salt dough ornaments. Salt dough ornaments are an easy holiday craft that everyone can do, and you can make them as simple or as complicated as you like. Step 1. Step 2. For the gnomes, I used food coloring to dye some dough red for hats and jackets – this was EXTREMELY messy, so I would recommend wearing latex gloves if you mix in the color by hand, and rolling out any dyed dough between two sheets of wax paper to protect your counter and rolling pin. Once the ornaments are formed, poke them with a bamboo skewer to make holes to hang them from. Step 3. Happy holidays! Related Post:Macaroni SnowflakesDiy: Icicle Chandelier share. Fab Felt Holiday Crafts. Class Description At the holidays, who ever has enough time or money?

Fab Felt Holiday Crafts

Fab Felt Holiday Crafts helps you make the most of both. If you like the idea of creating beautiful things from sweaters you picked up at yard sales, this is the course for you. Author and crafter Betz White shows you easy techniques to make stylish, handmade holiday gifts and decor, using recycled and inexpensive materials. Use felt to make an adorable tabletop village of houses and trees, ornaments with a midcentury flair, cute bottle sleeves for instant presents, and custom-fit slippers for your whole family. Lesson Plan Lesson 1. Meet crafter Betz White.

Lesson 2. Wool-blend craft felt, a few cuts, a stitch or two and some glue and you've got colorful ornaments. Lesson 3. Dress up that bottle of wine you’re taking to a holiday party or housewarming. Lesson 4. Use felt and other fabric scraps to create this beautiful brooch, which can double as a festive gift topper! Lesson 5. Lesson 6. Lesson 7. Lesson 8. Christmas in February...Clay Pot Snowman!

You will remember, I promised to post a Christmas ornament idea every month on the 25th.

Christmas in February...Clay Pot Snowman!

With just a little pre-planning throughout the year, think how well prepared you can be for Christmas! This month's ornament...a snowman! Start with a tiny clay pot. There was no size increment on the package, but I can tell you it was similar in size to a medication cup. You will also need: acrylic paint (white and other colors of your choosing), ribbon or thread for hanging, small scraps of fleece or felt, tiny pom-poms (optional), needle and thread, tiny rubber bands and glitter or Epsom Salt (optional). Start by painting your clay pot white. (Sorry for the change in colors...) Trim the excess close to the seam and turn inside out. Back to your clay pot. Place your clay pot face down with the ribbon through the top.

Slide your felt or fleece tube over the ribbon onto your clay pot. I used pom-poms for the nose (you could also use paint or tiny buttons or beads). Twine Wrapped Christmas Star Ornaments. Personalized Scrabble Ornaments. Monday's List: 100+ Homemade Christmas Gifts for the Craft-Impaired. I am not a crafty person.

Monday's List: 100+ Homemade Christmas Gifts for the Craft-Impaired

My parents used to make craft-y stuff when I was a kid, and they tried to include me in the family fun. But it always came to the point where someone else had to either re-do or finish my craft project to make it look halfway decent. SO, although I want to have a simpler, more homey Christmas (also less expensive), I can’t really do craft projects that take any level of artistic ability or coordination. (You should have seen my strand on the macrame plant hanger that my family made together.) The following ideas are for the rest of us, those of us whose scrapbooks look like a five year old got into the glue and pictures and whose prowess with needle and thread is nonexistent. There are already more than 100 ideas here because many of the links contain more than one idea. 1. C’mon, don’t be shy. People who can’t do macrame need to give Christmas gifts, too! Handmade website.

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One of the jewelry projects I did recently is this necklace.

Eclectic Necklace ~

I always wanted to try to make one with many different items and elements. I thought that it is a little more challenging to mix and match and I might be able to come up with something unique. To make this necklace, I used wood, metal, and leather. I also mixed vintage items with new findings. Go ahead, go fish around the house... you might find some fun and unique items to make a one of a kind necklace! {You will need} 35" thin leather cord 22 (1/2") Wood beadsLarge main piece (in my case, it is a vintage earring)2 Medium to large side pieces (I used a couple metal findings that I found at the scrapbook section)A few more small findings (you can use anything...findings for scrapbooks, buttons etc.)FabricGlue ( I used E 6000 clear type) {How to} 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I wore it with white clothes, but the necklace goes well with other things too.

A Christmas Dream, And How It Came True - Louisa May Alcott. A Christmas DreamAnd How It Came True Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) "I'm so tired of Christmas I wish there never would be another one!

A Christmas Dream, And How It Came True - Louisa May Alcott

"exclaimed a discontented-looking little girl, as she sat idly watchingher mother arrange a pile of gifts two days before they were to be given. "Why, Effie, what a dreadful thing to say! You are as bad as old Scrooge;and I'm afraid something will happen to you, as it did to him, if youdon't care for dear Christmas," answered mamma, almost dropping the silverhorn she was filling with delicious candies.

"Who was Scrooge? "He was one of Dickens's best people, and you can read the charming storysome day. "I shall read it; for I like dreams, and have a great many curious onesmyself. "Why are you tired of what should be the happiest time of all the year? " "Perhaps I shouldn't be if I had something new. "Suppose we don't give you _any_ presents at all,--how would thatsuit you? " "Seems to me poor children have better times than rich ones. "So do I, sometimes. Holiday Card Series 2012 – Day 12 « kwernerdesign blog. Happy Friday, all!

Holiday Card Series 2012 – Day 12 « kwernerdesign blog

Back again with another card and video in the Holiday Card Series. :) Today, I used the reindeer stamp from Gnome for the Holidays, a stamp set I designed for Simon’s Festive Holiday Card Kit. I just love this little guy! I colored the stamp with Copic markers on 120# Ultra Thick White cardstock. The Ultra Thick cardstock is perfect for this card because I planned to color directly on the card base and I didn’t want the Copics bleeding through to the inside of the card. Anyhow, enjoy! NOTE: The winner of the stamp set from Day 10 is announced at the beginning of the video. :) Watch video below | Watch at YouTube Supplies. Dimensions Simple Snowmen Ornaments - Felt Applique Kit. Item: K72-08171 - Type: Felt Applique Kits. 3" x 4"Decked out in their winter garb, these jolly snowmen are perfect for decorating or for adorning a package.

Dimensions Simple Snowmen Ornaments - Felt Applique Kit

Our Simple Snowmen Ornaments in felt applique are fun and easy to make. Contains cotton thread, cording, die-cut acrylic/polyester felt, polyester stuffing, needle, and easy instructions. Finished Size: 3" x 4" (8 x 10 cm), Set of 3. Designed by Dimensions. 123Stitch.com ships via the U.S.

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Round-Up Free Tutorials & Jewelry Making News

Just 9 days to go and it’s Christmas. Check out the round-up free tutorials and jewelry making news we had for the week and maybe you could get some handmade jewelry making gift ideas to your friends How to make wire jewelry with Issue 26 Issue 26 will teach you essential wire jewelry techniques to create earrings from simple to fab! Learn wire wrapping and wire manipulation and you’ll have a pendant with your Zodiac Sign that you can also create for your friends. DIY Christmas Earrings I love the DIY Christmas earring design featured in the Domestic Diva‘s blog site. DIY Christmas Jewelry Another fantastic earring design that is a perfect present for Christmas is the Rhumba earrings featured in The Art of Megan blog site.

DIY Inexpensive Christmas Necklaces Giving out Christmas gifts need not to be expensive. DIY Beading Club Membership Updates Hello DIY Beading Club creme’ dela creme’ members! DIY Beading: Beaded Ring. DIY Beading: Oh, Christmas Tree Bracelet Tutorial. It’s DIY beading time and I’m about to share a diy beading bracelet tutorial that’s perfect this coming Christmas! Remember this bracelet I shared on the Fanpage? Finally, the patten is finished and I believe many have been waiting for it So, let’s wait no more! 1. In order to create the Christmas Tree you need to know first the basic Square Stitch weaving technique. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. By now you are familiar with the Square Stitch. Now, after you have all your Christmas Trees ready this is where the bugle beads come in. …and then come back up and continue to weave through the top row so your thread is in position to connect another tree. After connecting the trees, attach your bar ends, jump rings and clasp.

Copyright 2013 www.diybeadingclub.com www.diylessons.org www.handmade-jewelry-club.com Oh by the way, newest addition to the family I’m a grandma again for the 3rd time! Not yet walking but her eyes are now open. Happy beading and have a great weekend!

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