Well, I’ve just wrapped up on my last live TV show before Christmas, the tree is finally complete and I’m just about ready for the big day so I thought that it would be an opportune moment to pop a quick post on here before heading away from the internet for a few days.
Archives For December 2014
I was perusing the shelves of my local Colemans stationary shop the other day (looking for a quickie glue pen) and I stumbled across some little wire frames onto which beads could be threaded.
They naturally fell into my basket … now where have I heard that before?
Hello again :)
Well, last night I promised you that I would stop by and show you another version of the bauble that I posted about yesterday – so here I am and here it is.
Today I finished off a couple more Christmas tree decorations using paper mache bauble blanks.
They both used the same papers/colours and I began them each in the same way also. Today I will share the beginning steps and the first bauble.
A while back I showed you a crochet blanket project that I had started and asked you for your help on deciding on how to finishing it off.
Today’s make is a home made gift in the form of some tea cup tea-lights.
The Christmas decoration making continues! This time I wanted to make a little something with a hint of sparkle from my bead collection.
For this Christmas tree decoration I have again enlisted the help of the Brother Scan N Cut for some simple decorations.