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Thanks so much for your patience
& Happy Crafting!!
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Sunday, January 16, 2011
I found this idea on www.sugardoodle.net & love it! I would love to make this with my girls. It is just a scrabble tile! This is a great link with a tutorial on how to make them. http://www.makeandtakes.com/links/scrabble-tile-pendant-tutorial
For Christmas my sister-in-law came over and we made this earring/jewelry board for her daughter Kaylani. It is simply molding that is crafted into a picture frame with mesh glued into
the back and knobs on the bottom for necklaces and such. You could hold a lot of earrings on this board! Super cute!
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
These are the cute little tags that are going on my sparkling cider for my neighbor gifts today! The top pic is the picture of the back. Just a couple of little stamps from Stampin-Up (Tags til Christmas) and some Bazill cardstock cut in a Sizzix Big Shot with the die "Tags, Scallop Combo #2" and adhered using a Xyron sticker maker. Love that little thing! Then, I just used a Martha Stewart fine tip glue pen on the places I wanted glitter and then used some of Martha Stewart glitter! My husband says glitter is herpes of the craft world because once you use it it never goes away. He does kind of have a point! :)
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Just finished this cute green and cream scarf for my sister for part of her birthday present. My daughters and I decided the green color is just so vibrant. Love it so much! Unfortunately, the hat is not finished yet. I am still working on it, so it will have to get sent later. Sorry, Afton.
These NOEL letters I just love. This particular set is going to Sandy to live with my sister-in-law, Nyla. We copied them out of a pic in Pottery Barn catalog, (they were not for sale, they were a prop in a pic), & had a girls night with all the Power side girls, along with a fun friend who came to do glitter toes! It was an evening to remember. And out of it all, we took home a fun, easy decoration.
This is actually 1 of 4 aprons of this kind I am in the process of making. This particular one is popping into the mail to go live in Portland with my sister for the holidays (& forever). Hope she likes it! I picked up the fabric in Salt Lake in October and when I got home, went to my local store to get a little more so I could make a few more aprons but they were sold out! Sad! Glad I got it when I did! Thanks, Nyla, for taking me with you to the quilt shop! Yours is also coming tomorrow!