How to Make a Felty Easter Gift Box (my first donation-ware tutorial!) I love a good Easter basket as much as the next gal, but I adore the idea of this simple little gift box.
Sometimes you just want to give one beautiful egg or a few choice candies to a favorite teacher, co-worker, or friend, and this little presentation is perfect. The whole thing is constructed from two kinds of felt: regular wool or acrylic felt, and Friendly Felt, which is a recycled-fiber stiff felt. Fusing the two together, you can really construct just about anything. The boxes make up in just a few minutes, and decorating them gives you a great excuse to rummage about in your stash. Www.apineindustriose.org - Felt - coated box. What you need: a cardboard box, felt, glue, embroidery floss How to make it: You start from the base of the box. Cover the whole base with glue and put a piece of felt on it, making sure it doesn't make wrinkles. Now cut the exceeding felt, following the shape of the box. More Felt Magnets. Felt Fridge Magnets - Woodland.
I've been working on some more self-sufficiency update posts, but my camera battery has decided it can handle taking only one picture before begging to be recharged, and it's proving difficult to secure a post's worth of photos. I'm ready to pull my hair out. I did want to share some fun I've been having the past couple of days, though. You Know You’ve Been a Bad Blogger When… …Your own mother suggests that you should post something already.
Yikes, I am just riddled with guilt over this- Has it really been almost two weeks? Final exams consumed my brain and free time, forcing me to abandon all conscious thought that didn’t involve either statistics or “logic” (Which, in case you were considering signing up for, is the worst class EVER. You would be better off sticking your head in the ground and seeing how many earth worms crawled up your nose in the course of a semester instead.) But anyway… School’s out for the summer, I’m back at home with my lovely family and kitchen, and the dust has begun to settle again. February 2009. Aww-- Thanks Nan!
Rules:List 6 things that make you happy. Pass the award on to 6 bloggers for Kreativ. Link to the blogger who gave you the award. Link to the blogs receiving the award. Notify the recipients. Felt Wand Craft. Kids Sewing Projects: Valentine Bookmarks. Blueberry Popsicle Felt Brooch review at Kaboodle. Little Ida: We gave our 4 year old, 9 year old, and 13 year old children Anti-Coloring Books.
The books were equally appealing to, and well used by each child. Unlike the typical coloring book, Anti-Coloring Books don't ask young artists to confine their crayon strokes within the borders of pre-drawn black lines; instead they allow imaginations to run free with mostly blank pages that ask questions like "What do you think the tooth fairy looks like? " Bass guitar plush pattern by ~starry-eyedkid on deviantART. "Soft" Rock Guitar. By Andrea DeHart Your little guitar hero will love this rockin’ toy, sized just for little ones.
It’s light, flexible, and fully ready to rock. Now you can bang your head without leaving a bruise. Materials 10×16″ burgundy wool felt 5″x12″ gold wool felt 5″x6″ gray wool felt 7″x17″ flexible foam sheet or dense batting Gold, white, and black thread 4 small black pom-poms 3 small white pom-poms 2 1/4 yds black satin cord or cord elastic Gray embroidery floss Embroidery needle Water-soluble marking pen or chalk Directions Step 1: Download the guitar and filler templates and cut the pieces according to the instructions on the pattern. Step 2: To create the yellow stitch pattern, stitch back and forth 4 times over each marking to make them more prominent. Step 3: Add the lightning bolt detail with a yellow topstitch. Step 4: Be warned: the next couple steps require some extra patience!
Step 5: Repeat step 4 to secure the bottom of the strings at the bridge. Related. Felt keychain tutorial. Citrus Coasters. Ever since the weather turned warm, I've had visions of pink lemonade and iced tea with lime wedges dancing in my head.
Citrus Coasters. Felt Aquarium Magnets. When I was in the third grade my class took a field trip to Point Reyes, California to look at the tide pools.
I was fascinated by them, each pool was like a small secret world. There were orange and purple sea stars, tiny little fish, and flower-like sea anemones. When I stuck my finger in an anemone's mouth it's sticky petal-like tentacles would close around it, thinking it was food (this probably isn't a nice thing to do to an anemone, but it certainly made an impression on me). My love for the ocean and all of its creatures has only grown in the subsequent years.
I did some snorkeling in Hawaii and saw fish of every size, shape and color though the crystal clear water. Big to do list for the little peeps, more felt food tutorials than you can poke a stick... Escape Artist - Eat yer heart out, Krispy Kreme. CARA MENJAHIT SUDUT LANCIP KREASI FLANEL. Bagaimana cara menjahit sudut lacip kreasi flanel, seperti bintang misalnya....supaya benangnya tidak mencong atau sudutnya terbuka...
Tips di bawah ini semoga bisa membantu :) CARA A 1. jahitan mendekati sudut .... 2. Tusukkan jarum sekali lagi pada tusukan yang terakhir tadi.... 3. 4. 5.