I made 30 and a few extra of these tissue holders, with the tag, "to dry your tears of joy" I think they are so sweet and can't wait to give them out at a friend's wedding shower. Wedding Tissue Holder by Nest Handmade, on Flickr
I'm a bridesmaid for my good friend that is having a fall wedding. I've already dropped lots of money, dress, plane ticket, bachelorette party, etc. I've print gocco'd her table number deals. They are very similar to the pinecone cards at my site. So, I'm stumped on what to make her for the wedding gift. I know she's expecting something handmade, but what? They are into wine, eating out out, movies, and their 2 shelties. What would you want? TIA
I have a perpetual supply of these for our large format printer at work. We can't recycle them b/c they are chipboard, really. What can I use these for? I would love to make something child orientated. I have about 2 dozen right now, maybe more. The diameter is about 2.5" A modern designed "chair", a fort?
I'm leaving tomorrow on a long trip with lots of layovers. Should I even bother trying to bring my felting needles? I have the perfect 3"x3" block of foam to travel with and it could be perfect to pass the time with, although I don't want them to take it away.... What would you do?
I was inspired to make this tote to carry around all my "mom" supplies or craft stuff. It can be set down, swung around, put in the wash, etc. It has exterior pockets to stash a sippy cup or sunglasses and an interior pocket for keys. The fabric is from Heather Ross's Munki Munki line from Free Spirit.
I'm going to Vegas for a bachelorette party in 2 weeks. I need something easy, fun, preferably cheap to give the 10 girls that will be coming. We are making the bride a goodie tote, along w/ a lingerie shower. But, I would love to make something that we will remember this trip by. I would like to keep it somewhat clean because I want it to be something that will be used/loved. Not to say that dirty favors won't be loved... I was thinking of making these cute flower pins.
I ordered some eyes from Edinburgh Imports (love them by the way!) and they came on long wires. They were 2 mm. so really tiny. The 1 mm are incredbly small, I don't think I'd ever use them. For the bunny, I clipped the wires to more manageable size and added a little crazy glue and jabbed them in! What if I want to sew on bead eyes? What would be the best way? Please, I'm assuming there is a correct way? TIA