Sunday, September 5, 2010
Saturday, September 4, 2010
I love this flowers and it's so easy to make them. I decided to show you in pictures how to
3. Now you need a needle and a tread, I got a white color only because it is easier for you to see what am I doing. Make it tight on the beginning and don't make a knot on the end becaus you will need to pull it in order to make the shape that we love.
looks after you pull the tread. After you do it secure it so it doesn't get loose. Repeat the same with the other fabric.
Now we have 2 flowers and they are so different, which is the best part.
4. You can sew them together or use a glue gun, your choice.
5. I prefer to glue something on the bottom because it looks better if you add a bobby pin or else it's easier to glue the element to the fabric and it's not a messy.
Hope you like it and if you have a question let me know.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Recently I decided to to follow my passion for fashion, I love accessories and apparel. I made a couple of clutches that I love and the fabrics are gorgeous. I hope you will fall in love with them too.
I'll continue to experiment with fabrics and I'll keep you posted for my new products.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Hello, one of my very good customer and friend Jennifer www.syrendell.etsy.com purchased for her daughter 3 beautiful bobby pin Flowers from my shop. I just want to share with you how pretty her hair looked. You can wear my flower to dance, work,party or anywhere, they will give a beautiful accent to your outfit. Thank you Jenn the picture with us. I love it.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Monday, November 23, 2009
Whether used as gift tags or just given as sweet presents all by themselves, these candy Christmas mice are sure to cause a stir.
- Red and green felt
- Candy canes
- Googly eyes
Cut a 6-inch-long teardrop-shaped body from red felt. Near the center, cut 2 parallel slits that are 1 inch long and 1/2 inch apart.
For a pair of ears, cut a 5-inch-long rounded bow-tie shape from green felt. This will be used to make the ears.
To put the mouse together, fit the ears through the slits in the body. Glue on googly eyes and a pom-pom nose.
Finally, add a curly tail by slipping a candy cane beneath the mouse and tucking the straight end between the body and the ears to hold it in place.
No matter how low the mercury falls, it never gets too cold to play in this snowy enchanted forest. Made from thin sheets of foam rubber (ask for Foamies at your local craft or art supply store) or poster board, the pieces are a cinch to assemble and virtually unbreakable, unlike many tabletop figurines.
ROUND UP SOME ANIMALSOnce your child has decided which creatures he'd like to populate his forest, help him sketch the parts of each figure on the foam or poster board. Begin by outlining the animal's torso with only its head and tail attached. Next, draw two pairs of legs (and a set of antlers, if appropriate) separate from the rest of the body. Cut out the individual pieces with scissors and then snip narrow notches in the top of each set of legs and the bottom of the torso, as shown. Fit the pieces together so the animal will stand on its own. Use the same method to attach the antlers. Add eyes (or stripes on a raccoon's or skunk's tail) with colored markers or paints.
BUILD A SNOWMANCut out two matching foam snowmen. Notch one cutout from the head to the middle of its belly and the other from the bottom to the middle of its belly. Fit both pieces together. Now cut out a notched top hat and carrot nose, and attach them to the snowman. For a scarf, cut out a wavy ribbon shape with one curved end. Cut off the curved end about 1 inch from the edge, then notch the cut edge on both pieces of the scarf and fit them onto the snowman's neck. Draw on coal eyes and a mouth.
FIND A CONSTELLATIONTo make stars and a moon come out in your forest, start with pairs of matching shapes. Notch one cutout from the center of a point and the matching star from between two points. Then fit the pieces together. (For a moon, use notched circles.) Thread fishing line through the tops and hang them above the scene.
PLANT TREESIt wouldn't be a forest without pines. Again, start with like shapes. Notch one from the top to the center and the other from the bottom to the center. Then fit the two together.