I made this unique ornament by needlefelting the star from soft wool roving in varying shades of pink with a warm golden tone and little touches of a darker pink. To add a bit of festive sparkle to the ornament, I hand-sewed small silver lined clear glass beads around the edges of the star on both sides. It looks lovely hanging from all angles, and would make a great one-of-a-kind gift for someone special. *This listing is for the pink star in the photos. The blue star that is also shown in the photos has been sold, but there is another beaded lavender blue wool star available in my shop here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/62456804/handmade-wool-beaded-star-ornament?ref=shop_home_active_9 This little pink star has also been featured on the Front Page of Etsy and on this beautiful blog: http://feyhandmade.blogspot.com The softly shaded pink wool star measures about 3 1/4" across and has a antique brass colored metal ring securely sewn to the top. The quoted shipping price is to the continental U.S. by the USPS.
Very merry quilted patchwork table centre. Pop on a ponsietta or wait until the turkeys done! Whatever you decide to use it for, it will add a festive feel to your room. Made using the limited edition Christmas Candy collection by Riley Blake, the table centre is reversable and also padded with 100% cotton wadding to protect your table.
So cute and festive...Sugar Plum Fairy Christmas garland for your little sugar plum....hang felt ornaments on string.
Even very simple shapes will look fantastic in various colors. Mittens, snowmen, boots, Christmas trees, stockings, candy canes, gingerbread men, butterflies, birds, tree leaves, Christmas ornaments, small houses, bird cages, Easter eggs and hearts decorations will bring color, texture and rustic feel into your holiday home decor.
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Felt Cookie Christmas Garland, Picture inspiration only from NanaCompany. See other pins for tutorials on felt cookies
cookies and candy canes felt Christmas garland.. So easy to make!
Felt cookie and candy cane Christmas Garland from NaNa Company
Felt cookies with sprinkles and felt candy canes
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This 'n That I've been immersed in the studio working non-stop on some pretty exciting new projects that I hope to share with you soon. Was meaning to blog about First Fridays last week, but time got away from me. Funny how that happens around this time of the year. But then a couple more exciting things happened yesterday and today, so now this is going to be one of those hodge-podge kind of posts, like this one from a few months ago. We were so thrilled to be featured in our local newspaper, The Pantagraph, yesterday. They did a two-page spread on Modkid HQ, myself, Jon and Emalee... pretty much everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask about my life, background, how we started the company and how we make things work. If you're not local to Central Illinois, you can catch the article online here. It was in the MONEY section, so I hope that's a sign of good things to come. ;) There's Emalee with one of her designs and Jon showing off the ribbons in the warehouse. Then, this morning, I get a tweet from my good friends Kim and Kris, from The DIY Dish, saying that the segment we taped back in September at The Creative Connection Event is finally up on their site. I share a Holiday craft that has been a tradition in my home for a few years now. I hope you check it out. I am incredibly honored to be in the same segment with the amazingly talented Kim Stoegbauer and Susan Branch. (!!!) Here's a link to the video on You Tube or you can go directly to The DIY Dish and watch it there. Finally, I wanted to share some images I captured from our December First Fridays event, because it was beyond my wildest dreams... from the wonderful window display design to the adorable little girls modeling MODKID dresses and accessories to the swarms of visitors -- old friends and new faces -- who stopped by. It really was an awesome evening! So that the girls wouldn't get bored just standing up there with nothing to do, we gave them some glittery paper, funny-shaped scissors and had them cut snowflakes out. Boy, they LOVED this activity! Just look at the concentration! Love those faces! :) The girls waved at the passers-by and made everyone smile. As more little girls came to the studio, we'd throw a MODKID on them and let them stand up there with the others. The girls even got a surprise visit from their favorite jolly ol' man. They told him they were very nice this year. Hmmmm... we'll see if he believes them. Thank you to my sweet friends, Nikki Barr and Anna Snyder for letting their sweet and beautiful daughters be the MODKID Girls for that evening! Up next.... book sneak peek #3! Stay tuned...