These boxes are made by using forms intended for melted chocolate. The filling I used is not as sweet ha, ha, but plaster of paris or similar product. The flowers on one of the boxes are made out of a bread dough (white bread, mixed with glue and food col
Pressing sheets. Needed new pressing sheet for the iron on glue stabilizers and Angelina fibers. Found the baking sheets are bigger, cheaper and work just as good. Found one at Ollies for $2.99. Pic is an older one.
Finished. Forgot to upload the photo. It looks narrower for some reason. Made it to fit the length of the sink cabinet. So glad I did this. Thanks everyone for the positive input. Trying something new. Crocheting rag rug. It's about half way there. My
This is what I call an uh-oh sweater......am calling it a ponchette as I ran out of yarn and could not put full sleeves on it, so I only stitched the sides together 1/2 way up to give it a poncho feel with the big arm holes......this will be in my 2017 fa
My machine was getting it's annual clean and checkup, so couldn't do any work in my office all day, so instead I finished up this sweater......inventory for fall show....it is designed to be longer in the back......
Tried my first pair of AG doll sandals as seen on a YouTube video. I so loved them but as you can see they look a little rough. Oh well, they'll go with the doll's bathing suit and the rest of the beach gear I made her. Another Christmas gift. May ventu
Starting on next years show inventory......this sweater is a jacket.....the one sleeve looks longer but it is the angle of pic...they are both the same length.......Only called for 2 buttons but I put a 3rd one so it buttons in the middle if one wants it
This little wreath was made by pushing tiny scraps of fabric into a polystyrene ring with a blunt pencil. (It is the leftovers from my placemats and table runner.)<br /><br /> I'm planning to have a bigger one on the go throughout 2017 to use the oddm