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After my big Halloween Parties, my next favorite party to throw is a White Elephant gift exchange party. I do one every year in mid december for our close friends, and if you’ve never done one, they are a lot of fun.… [ KEEP READING ]
To those celebrating today, I wish you a very merry holiday!
We have several talented guest posters contributing this week, so don’t miss the guest posts! Chica and Jo’s yummy marshmallow pops would be a fun project to do with the kids home this week… and stay tuned… Hint: the next two are felt related tutorials, but very different!
My friend Holly and I had a little crafting party the other night while our husbands were out getting into trouble. We decided to make some cute little picture frame ornaments, using felted sweater scraps, scrap plastic, and pictures (small school pics work well for these)! These would make great little gifts for teachers, grandparents, aunts, or whoever loves your little one. Older kids can make these themselves too!
We documented the process, so here it is.… [ KEEP READING ]
The votes are in, and although I loved all our entrants, here are our top two vote getters in the Dabbled Upcycled Holiday Challenge.
1 – From She’s Crafty (shop here)
This cozy sweater bag… it even has pockets! What a great gift!
2 – From Chica & Jo: Make your Own Snowglobes!… [ KEEP READING ]
The very talented Colleen of Some Art Fabric Talk has done an adorable version of a sweater snake inspired by mine (posted previously here).
Oh, and check out her blog, she has great stuff all the time. (I love these ornaments!)
Related: All Recycled Sweater projects
In other news:
If you missed it, Friday’s Holiday Inspiration Links
A few quick fun & silly Xmas links for you today:
–Chrismukkah Decoration Set at Superpunch
–Most unusual Christmas Trees at Neatorama
–Light up the Christmas Tree Puzzle
–Santa Don’t Miss or Else Game