Join Michelle as she creates a Christmas tree made from a paper mach cone. At some point this project was going to be fabulous. As it turned out, it wasn't so great. Certainly a one Christmas season craft. But if the project is executed right it could be really cute. Hopefully you can take this idea and make something even better! To follow along grab these supplies:
In the spirit of the holiday season, Michelle has created another Christmas banner, this time made out of burlap, a stencil, and some paint. No sewing skills are required! If you would like to follow along with this project gather these supplies:
Join Michelle as she shares with you how to quickly create two pairs of earrings. This is a great project if you are new to beading but really want to make a pair of earrings. To follow along with this project gather your supplies:
Join Michelle as es a super easy Christmas banner made from paper. To follow along with this project gather these supplies:
My Crossfit friend asked me to make her some wrist wraps to help support her wrists while lifting during her Crossfit workouts. I thought I would share with you how I made them. Because this project is probably for a pretty narrow range of people I am only posting it on YouTube.
If you would just like to purchase something like this already made you can visit these websites:
Rock'd Out Wear (An Etsy shop)
Crafted by Us Handmade (My Etsy shop)
Do you ever work on something for a long time and then realize that it just isn't going to work out? Well, that's how I feel about the Chevron Necklace video. I have had so much trouble with it that I'm finally throwing in the towel. While recording the show, my camera battery died once and my memory card was full at another point. I didn't realize that this had happened until I tried to edit the video. Even then, I had hopes that I could salvage it. I finally finished it and watched it one more time to make sure it was ok. **Chuckle** It wasn't ok. I'm going to have to move on to the next video. The content for the necklace may very well be a starting point for my first written tutorial, but I'm not promising anything yet.
But don't worry! I have more shows coming. I have two recorded and ideas for several more. After moving this summer I'm finally feeling like I'm back in my groove. Thanks goodness! Here are a few photos of show work in progress. Can you get what they are?
I have FINALLY finished recording a show and am getting ready to edit it. Do you like beads? You might like this show. I'll have it ready this week!
Yes, it's been a long time, but I have been feeling a little crafty lately. While looking through Pinterest the other day I saw this great image of a Pottery Barn decoration.
I had everything to make this, except contact paper, already on hand so it only took me about an hour! And it was fun. I love the results.
OK, so about a month or two ago someone broke into our house and stole some stuff, including my computer. Of course going through the hassle of getting a new computer was a pain, but what was worse was thinking about the work that was lost on my old computer. I had two completed shows and one almost finished. Yes, I back up my computer but not the video files because they are so large! This loss of work and my computer has taken me some time to get over. I'm not sure why. I keep thinking that I just need to start working but then I can't bring myself to do it. It's unreasonable and hard to explain. So today I've decided I need to get back into my normal routine even if it requires baby steps to start. I figure baby steps are better than no steps. And I have hope that once I get started again I'll be back to where I was before in no time. So I'm off to paint a bit. Hopefully a new show will come soon!
Join Michelle as she makes a super cute and easy to make felt bird ornament. To follow along you will need these items: