The Felt Holiday Star is the third pattern in my Holiday Star series, the first two being crochet and knit versions. Shine bright my crafty fam!
The kids made Artesprix face masks and they are so cool! They were fun and easy to make and come out beautiful.
You’d think we would get use to the awesomeness that is Artesprix, but we still gasp in awe every time we peal away the paper and reveal our latest creation. We have so many more ideas and we can’t wait to make All The Things!
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?
This stick weaving tutorial will show you how to make a pouch as your first project. Stick weaving makes thin strips of woven fabric. These thin strips can then be used as is, or even joined side by side to make them wider. The sticks for stick weaving can be of various thicknesses, most often about ¼ to ½ inch. One end of the stick is tapered to a dull point. The other end has a hole through it. Stick weaving is done over 2 or more sticks usually held in the hand. The result is a strip of woven fabric.
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!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I opened my Cricut Joy and all the goodies that came with it, I was inspired the most by the insert card sets. I wanted to make cool “Jessie” style greeting cards, and string art greeting cards eventually come into my head. Then I also remembered my straw holder I keep saying needs some love. And the little Joy itself, it wanted some personalization too! I see miles of crafting in my future.