Posts Tagged ‘bee’

Spotlight on: Stumpwork

Needlework has so many different techniques to use in your stitching. You can even create 3D effects by using the stumpwork style. Stumpwork is an embroidery technique that originated in the mid-1600 to 1700’s, in England. This type of embroidery uses attached, pre-stitched pieces of embroidery, raised stitches, and even stuffed areas to create impressive […]

@Home This Weekend: Seed Packet Gifts

This weekend, I’m featuring these adorable bee-themed wild flower seed packets in honor of National Honey month. Simply stitch wild flower seeds into paper pockets and decorate! LimeRiot made hers to hang on her neighbor’s doorknobs in celebration of spring. She included a full tutorial with her post so you can make your own. Happy […]

@Home This Weekend: Buzy Bee Activity Chart

It’s National Honey Month! This weekend, keep your little honeys (kids OR spouse!) busy with this fun Buzy Bee Activity Chart. Each magnetic bee holds a surprise chore or activity. paperella includes several different types of activities in her chart: including something fun, something educational, a chore, or a physical activity. The activities are written […]

Bee Mine

Here’s to the noble bee! They pollinate our plants, provide us with honey, and make great subjects for crafty projects, like these I found this week on Craftster.   Here’s a bright and cheery felt badge showing both bee and honeycomb, created by LimeRiot.   What do bees do for recreation? Word has it they […]