I wish I could say I haven’t posted because of some great variety of detailed shenanigans. But honesty compels me to tell you that a lot of days, I’m just out of spoons. But this week, I seem to have spoons to spare or something because super productive this week. AND I didn’t even mention my craft ouchie! (I stabbed my finger pretty good with a pin! But the good news is that I did NOT bleed on the fabric.)
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Wow! You crafty girl with all the things! You are busy busy busy! Are your videos available for public viewing?
By the way, it is good to see you!
They are available on the Peoria Public Library’s youtube page, but here’s the link for the latest one: https://www.youtube.com/embed/msgqaygtzI8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msgqaygtzI8 (maybe use this link instead)
Good to see you! Love your rice bags! Think I’ve made one for my sister one time. They do work. Holly Jolly! Blast from the past, they are so cute.
Also you look amazing btw. Merry Christmas!
These rice bags are amazing! They are quick and easy and a lot of fun…if you don’t spill the rice. 🙂
Merry Christmas to you too, darlin! (And thanks.)
So go to see your “face in the place”! 🙂 With the altoid tins, if you haven’t already done them, and happen to have access to a dollar store or already have some, the thin, self-adhesive magneet you can buy on rolls or in sheets is perfect to cut and stick inside the altoid mini to make a magnetic needle case.
I am glad to see you still get to be crafty. Keep it up. It’s helping us get through the horrible weirdness that is plague times. ((hugs))
I actually have a bunch of those calendar magnets that businesses like to hand out that I keep for this reason, but I forgot to use them and the kits are together now. I used some felt and hope it’s good enough. 🙂
I’m working on it, the whole crafty thing.
Lady! It’s so good to see your face!
So, what you are saying is you had ALL the altoid tins? You donated them to a good cause.
Also?! You can’t tease us with crafty tutorial videos and not share with the class. Imma search them out. 😉
I’m delighted you had enough spoons to stop by. ❤️
I always seem to have all the altoids tins…and they got used craftily.
I’m sure Mum has shared them on fb, but here’s a link to the latest one, for a craft YOU taught me!
I also love that you understand spoons. 🙂 *squish hugs through internet*
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Okay, I may have teared up when I saw the Hugs block. ❤️
You did a great job. Explaining how to make the cushion covers.
Also? I highly approve of your decor. 😉
Spoons is speaking my language. ❤️
Good to see you! Loving the idea of the library providing these small crafts. So cool. Can folks from other areas see the videos?
Happy holiday season to you!
My library has done these little craft kits for kids for years, but pandemic times call for new adventures!
My library posts the videos on their youtube, so you can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msgqaygtzI8
Happy holidays to you too!
You have been busy! All your projects are neat.