Good morning Cutties. I'm adding my paper cone wreaths project to my garden. When I saw this beautiful project on the net, I had to try it. I used old books, magazines, and scrapbook paper that I had. It took me a little while to understand the technique
I'm adding pictures of my first attempt at making scrappy quilt bags to my garden. I used a pattern for the bag with no name. Then I made my own pattern for my daughter-in-law's bag. I embroidered her name. She wanted a bag to carry her computer. My bag
I needed something to compliment my entrance so I made a tree from scratch. I used a dead limb that I found in the bush, I let the limb dry for a month. I secured the limb in plaster of paris in the pot, drilled hole in the limb and insert each branch in
OK I've just tried the heart shape pin cushion. I just couldn't make that beautiful knot like everyone else did. So, I sewed a little ribbon with a good luck charm. I managed to put pins in it, now that's a plus. The pattern is beautiful, thank you Cut
Crochet Potholder In the 70s, my mother-in-law taught me how to make these potholders. She did not have a name for it. So I looked up "wiggly" pot holder on the net. And there they were. While watching Downton Abbey this week, I made these. They are
I'm posting my music lap quilt that I made for my sister. I made a few cushions with the left over. I just love the soft colours. The embroidery designs turned out so beautifully. I was able to resize the design to fit my block. I got them from: Dorria
Teddy Bear. On this teddy bear, I embroidered the cutest freebie daisy designed by sweet heirloom. I added a little fabric flower for the necklace. I covered the flower center button with the same fabric.
This is the month of flowers, wine and chocolate. I found this beautiful fabric with assorted chocolates. I wanted to make quick gifts for my ladies group. Here are three table runners and potholders. MMMMM good
I was asked to come up with an inexpensive idea for our ladies night workshop. I chose to do a table centerpiece "top hat". I did not invent the idea, I saw something similar on the net. (Just love the net) Everyone went home with their own creation. I
Here is a project that was a huge fiasco. I wanted to make faux cupcakes. I used a can of spray foam to make the muffin. Then I asked at the hardware store what was the best stucco that I could use on this foam. They recommended a brand, bought it, put it
A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I hosted a card night. We were 20 people. It was a potluck style. I really wanted us to have fun. I made aprons for my guests to use while helping in the kitchen. I needed to come up with something. So, I used puppy d
This is my attempt at making corners. This gorgeous little cat with butterflies was a freebie on Kreative Kiwi, based in New Zealand. I've embroidered this little cat on card stock for a card. Turned out beautiful. I've included the link.