Wood burning finally made an appearance in Crafty Time with Jessie in April, along with some of the standards, and chatting of course!
Fiber Crafts March! March Crafty Times were fiber-ie. We wove, made masks, worked on crochet skills, and played with Plaid Crafts.
It’s National Pumpkin Day!! So it seemed fitting to share the pumpkins the kiddos and I decorated, along with some other Halloween crafty fun.
This painted parasol is full of beauty, fantasy, and amazement. My dear young friend Alyssandre is going to teach you how to paint one! She had told me she had this pretty parasol that she wanted to paint and I saw an opportunity! Alyssandre is a talented young artist, and I love featuring fellow artist, so why not team up?
My new mini apothecary chest is so awesome and something I’ve been wanting forever! I love all the various size drawers and the fun colors. I’ve always wanted a buffet style apothecary chest, but those are super expensive. This little guy is so useful and fun and won’t break the bank. You can use more or less colors when you paint it, and choose colors that fit your style if mine aren’t so “you”. However, my version is VERY “me”!
Upcycled Snow Folx can be made from crafty items you most likely already have in your stash. See what you have and then get creative! Maybe you don’t have as many buttons for hats, but you have pipe cleaners or little ribbon flowers. You could even use some clay to make hats, or yarn to make scarves. Just poke through your stash and have fun!
The Luck of the Irish wall decor was inspired by my Clover Amour Steel Crochet Hooks. I wanted to try them out in a fun way. So this mixed media creation was born! It’s super fun to make because it uses a variety of crafts and skills. You can follow along with the tutorial or just use it as a general guide and come up with your own version. The most important thing is that you have fun!
At the end of the tutorial you can enter to win a set of Clover Amour Steel Crochet Hooks. Giveaway ends on March 23, 2020.