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Submitted by Pam on Mon, 04/06/2009 - 19:12
Submitted by Pam on Mon, 03/09/2009 - 16:04
March is a great month to focus on "re-purposing", "sustained re-use", and "multi-purposed objects" (objects that multi-task).
My favorite "multi-tasking object"...
My embroidery hoop (rescued from a garage sale a few years ago), seen here in its Christmas/Valentine mobile incarnation. If you have an extra hoop lying around that is not currently in use, turn it into a mobile until you need it again. It is so simple to attach a few favorite seasonal objects.
Submitted by Pam on Thu, 02/12/2009 - 16:42
Guess what I've been up to these last few days!
If you guessed "baking Valentine cookies" - you would be right!
Visit Diane's post from last February at CraftyPod to learn more about my annual Valentine project. Valentine's Day is, after all, the best time of year to let people know that the things they do for you all year long are appreciated.
So here is the cast of characters in this year's production, including some recipes and a few preparation tips.
Submitted by Pam on Wed, 12/10/2008 - 15:25
I have been wanting to learn to make Danish woven paper heart baskets for years, but always felt intimidated by the instructions available to me. So this Fall, Diane and I spent the day together figuring out how to make them. (Of couse, SHE caught on right away and by the time I had finished my first practice basket, she was already in the middle of constructing a 5-strip basket with variations in the strip widths.) Sigh!
I thought I'd share the process of making a basic three-strip basket with you...
Submitted by Pam on Tue, 11/04/2008 - 22:30
Christmas trees and christmas tree ornaments are my absolute favorite symbols of the season, and packing away all of my ornaments is the saddest part of the holiday.
Over the past 35 years I have collected a LOT of ornaments. And even after giving my children all of those that were theirs, I have way too many for my tree. Five years ago I found a very happy solution for both problems. A "Seasonal Tree" - a 4 foot tall artifical tree that takes up just a little bit of space next to my fireplace.