I hope everyone has a blessed Easter Sunday. We all have so much to be thankful for. While in town this morning I saw a small band of actors dressed in Bible times clothing, The one playing Jesus had a white robe and carried a cross. He fell and someone lashed out at him with a rope. It was very impressive to see that on a busy street.
I am posting these cut angel earrings I made. You can see more pictures on my etsy site or facebook page, CraftedWithStyle. Thanks for stopping by. I would love to read a comment.
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Friday, October 21, 2011
This is the old fashion game we use to draw on a peice of paper and play with a pencil, marking the squares with O's and X's. I made this one to go on my coffee table. It makes for a quick fun game to play right before supper time, by children and adults as well. For special customers, I paint a folk like painting of thier house from a photo on the lower right hand side.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
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Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
I got this cute pattern for a pin cushion, from Craft nThings magazine. You can go to their website craftnthings.com and get the free pattern. Just click on the February 2011 magazine, then free pattern , Lovely Ladybug. I modified the pattern to suit my taste, and ease of construction such as using felt instead of fabric. I left one piece of the pattern out, because I could not figure out where it went, LOL
Sunday, February 6, 2011
All thats needed, are a small pair of plyers with a cutting edge and round on the end, as shown in photo above, 4 inch piece of memory wire, 8-7mm beads and a charms of your choice. I chose a small leaf for mine,
Step 1. Cut a four inch piece of memory wire. Using your plyers, make a small round turn on one end of the wire. This keeps your beads from fall off.
Step 2. Place 4 beads on the wire, then place your charm. This will be the center of the ring as shown below.
Step 5. With your fingers manipulate the wire into a round circle and, wala... you now have a charm that eaisly slips onto the glass stem.