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Submitted by Pam on Fri, 09/10/2010 - 15:36
Submitted by Pam on Fri, 08/27/2010 - 04:37
Guess what I just found for sale at Michaels? Wheat! In natural, pale green and soft brown! I saw it with my own eyes! On the shelf!
So, I decided this is the perfect time to share how I make Harvest Brooms. They are the perfect accent to celebrate the fall harvest season which is just about to begin!
Submitted by Pam on Sat, 01/30/2010 - 16:29
My very first Brigid's Cross or St. Brigid's Cross!
Some people worship the goddess, and some recognize and worship the saint. Most of the links at the end of the post today are intended to share the stories of both goddess and saint. I hope you will take time to read them and learn more of the rich history and lore surrounding Brigid and perhaps find your own reasons to honor her by making a Brigid's Cross.
I am celebrating Brigid as the goddess of creative inspiration and expression by Making a Brigid or St. Brigid Cross!
Submitted by Pam on Sun, 11/08/2009 - 06:19
Antonio gave me these beautiful leaves the day I went to his house to teach him to make fall leaf candles. And since they make perfect Christmas tree ornaments, I just had to share!
I love how children can teach you things you would have never thought of making or doing. We started the afternoon together making fall leaf candles. I had also brought along red, blue and silver glitter so Antonio and his sister, Sophia, could decorate pine cones.
Submitted by Pam on Fri, 10/16/2009 - 01:11
I love wheat! I love oats! and I LOVE fall leaves! Using all three, I just finished this fall wreath for my front door. I don't pretend to be a wreath artist! But I am happy with the way this turned out.
What I really love about it is that since I sealed all the dried leaves in Outdoor Mod Podge, they will not wither away in a week or so - which is exactly what would happen if I used "fresh" fall leaves. I just am not willing to put a lot of work into projects that have very short life spans!!
The wreath is very simple to make - here's how.