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Brigid's Cross Woven with BARC Wood Grain Paper

Brigid's Cross Created Using Barc Paper

Brigid's Cross made with my new found favorite craft/art material - BARC Wood Grain Paper (made using real wood) and a beautiful Brigid's Cross design created by Michelle Pacey. I guess you can tell by now I am pretty crazy in love with Michelle's cross design!

Brigid's Cross #2 - Created Using Tooling Foil!

Brigid's Cross

As promised!! Another Brigid's Cross in the series - #2 of 4! This one made using nothing but tooling foil (available in most craft stores including Blick) and simple tools - table knife, scissors, and rulers - (found in every craft room or kitchen drawer).

Celebrating Brigid's Day with an Embroidered Brigid's Cross

Brigid's Cross -embroidery

February 2nd is almost here - a day celebrated in many cultures in many ways as the all important half-way point between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. This year I am celebrating with a series of Brigid's Crosses - all made with simple materials and methods and all just a little bit "out of the ordinary"!

Snowflake Drift in the Making!

First crocheted snowflakes

Just a little update on my playful adventures while participating in the SnowflakeCAL! If you haven't joined in yet - what are you waiting for! January is fleeting!

Mini Tips and Tuts: Non-Woven Interfacing Scraps = Frosty Looking Snowflakes

Non-woven interfacing snowflakes

Seems like almost everyone is cutting paper snowflakes this month! And indeed, cutting snowflakes is a great way to use junk mail and scrap paper.

Personally, I prefer cutting snowflakes out of non-woven interfacing - like Pellon.

For two reasons!

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