Over at the blog Five Green Acres I spotted this pretty bit of reverse applique made from a bit of recycled embroidery found in a thrift store. Reverse embroidery is a great sewing technique useful when you want to incorporate …
Over at the blog Recaptured Charm the clever crafter Lisa made word blogs from some old wood scraps and a bit of paint and paper. Check out her cute words at this post.…
I can’t tell you how much I love the simplicity of this book turned butterfly specimen display that is posted over at the blog Hokey Stokes. See more pictures over at the post. And speaking of recycled book projects …
Now I don’t generally post many scrapbook pages but I just fell in love with this one from the blog Ponderings. She stitched all sorts of things together on the page including bits sewing patterns, books and Sizzix die …
These lovely magnets are created with a whole bunch of recycled bits of this and that. See a whole collection of Desiree’s craftiness at her blog Beyond a Garden.…
I love it when proud wives/girlfriends send in projects that their men make. The girlies post their man’s craftiness on their blogs or send in a link to their Etsy shop. Too cute ladies! Well the proud wifey of Mr. …
Millie sent in this adorable project she posted at her blog Sewing and Growing for turning outgrown but still cute as can be baby overalls into a tote that can be linked onto your purse. What a great idea!…
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OK this post is a bit self serving. I confess eyeballs are probably my favorite Halloween motif and I have made eyeballs out of all sorts of things, mostly sports balls but this set made from paper party lanterns from …
I love this pair bobbin earrings in Arieltelsa’s Flickr Page. I suppose I love bobbins because they are traditionally a chick thing but they look so mechanical and industrial. Want a chance to win a new sewing machine pop …
When I spotted this driftwood paper weight project over at The Crafty Crow I thought, Halloween Decoration! I could see painting the wood branches black maybe and dangling little items from the branches?
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Over at the blog Yardage Design there is a great idea for using an old clip style hanger to display a beautiful tea towel.
[tags] clip hanger tea towel display[/tags]…