Now I can look dainty in the kitchen. And no…my apron does not have a little boy’s hand sewn at the bottom. My son kept trying to get in the picture. : ) This is the first thing I have ever sat down and designed from scratch. It has to be ironed after being washed, but other than that, I’m pretty pleased with it. :)
I covered this wooden letter in dollar store moss and hung it on my door…fretted…hated it…didn’t want to pick all the moss off and start over with another idea…and then came up with this: I used Dana’s method from MADE of covering something in acorns except I used beans. Speaking of…I did a bean wreath a while ago with small red beans and spray painted them white as you can
This a project my friend Abby taught me how to do. Very simple once you get going. ***This has been improved and revised as of 12/14/2010*** Here are some other projects I have done using this method: Distressed Alphabet Art Tutorial for Jessica from Happy Together Tulip Canvases Hot Wheels project Bike canvas – to salvage any canvases that may have not worked the first time! OK…Let’s get started! Materials:
This is my first post! You may have seen these zipper flowers floating all around the blog-o-sphere. Here is my take on them. I did not sew these at all. It was WAY easy! All you need: scissors – you don’t mind slicing through zippers with hot glue a felt circle to attach them to Unzip the zipper. Take one side and cut it into five equal portions. Loop them
I heart tangrams. So, I made some of my business cards into them. They are part fun, part smarts and part art. What’s not to love? It’s pretty self explanatory… But here are some more tangram projects from my blog that you might enjoy as well: For ideas of how to craft with my business card, go HERE and HERE.