wool fairy video tutorial and pdf free! pdf here http://undesigningcrafter.blogspot.com/2011/05/wool-fairy-tutorial-waldorf-inspired.html
Wool Fairy Tutorial Part 1 of 7 This is the 1st part of a 7 part video tutorial of how to create a wool fairy called "Winter Bliss". Seven short videos adding up to a full 59 minutes of demonstration and technique on how to create this wool fairy.
wool fairy video tutorial and pdf free! pdf here undesigningcrafte...
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tutorial: Wool Fairy Tutorial Part 1 of 7
Wool Fairy Tutorial Part 1 of 7
This is the 1st part of a 7 part video tutorial of how to create a wool fairy called "Winter Bliss". Seven short videos adding up to a full 59 minutes of dem...
Twig and Toadstool: Luminous Leaf Lanterns: All you need is a glass bowl or Hurricane lantern (or vase to hold a votive or candle), some bright fall leaves and modge-podge - modge-podge-press leaves (about 1 1/2 days & arrange them on surface, modge-podge as you go and allow to dry - add your candle and voila! magic!
Leaf lantern as a gift or for yourself - super easy with clear glass bowl, modge podge and a collection of pretty leaves from your backyard.
"Luminous Leaf Lanterns" are a beautiful and fun fall craft to do with your family! #falldecor #kidscraft #fallcrafts
Making paper lanterns is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue! Paper lantern crafts for easy, pretty table decor.
Making paper lanterns is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue! Explore more DIY wedding ideas, how to choose a wedding dress and the best honeymoon destinations on www.mrspurplerose.com
Making paper lanterns is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue! Paper lantern crafts for easy, pretty table decor. http://www.dreamhomedecorating.com/making-paper-lanterns.html
Making paper lanterns - fun home decor easy DIY craft project idea or party idea is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue! Paper lantern crafts for easy, pretty table decor. Tea lights make it safe.
Making paper lanterns is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue! Paper lantern crafts for easy, pretty table decor. Why not pop cup over fairy lights and then add doilies to hang down!
Making paper lanterns is easy if you have a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue!
Pretty diy paper lanterns: a plastic cup, a paper doily and some glue!
Fleurette says "It's A Nice Day For A White Wedding". And why not add these! Aren't they beautiful! Made using GARDEN NOUVEAU SVG KIT. More info here: http://svgcuts.com/blog/2012/04/23/butterfly-lantern-wedding-svg/
Butterfly Lantern to go with Wedding Collection .... this is a spin-off of an SVGcuts project by Mary. So pretty!
Fleurette made this with weddings on her mind! Aren't they beautiful! And how about trying it with lots of color! Made using GARDEN NOUVEAU SVG KIT. More info here: http://svgcuts.com/blog/2012/04/23/butterfly-lantern-wedding-svg/
I'd love to do this idea with flowers instead of butterflies as well http://svgcuts.com/blog/2012/04/23/butterfly-lantern-wedding-svg/
Fleurette Bloom: Butterfly Lantern to go with Wedding Collection
Butterfly Lantern by Fleurette F Bloom | SVGCuts.com Blog
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Felt Flower Garland Tutorial. I love this but it's out of my league, craft-wise.
A felted flower headband for kids to use in their dress up.
Felt Flower Garland Tutorial. Swoon!!!
Felt Flower Garland Tutorial
I have been looking for some neat items to make for the dress up box, because my children have really been into playing with it lately. They are really interested in putting on clothes and hats, and always love to hide under the playsilks. Though I have found some really adorable crowns and garlands on Etsy and elsewhere, I didn't see exactly what I had in mind, so I came up with these cute flower crowns that would be great for any little or not-so-little girl. They don't require advanced sewing skills to make (I am no expert seamstress), but it does take some time to cut out all the little pieces. So...here's my first tutorial, the Felt Flower Hair Garland. You could make yours as interesting, wild, abstract, or simple as you want. You'll need:Felt, in flowery and leafy colors, plus an exra piece of green for the headband 1/2 inch elastic, about 6-10 inches small piece of fabric 2 x 10-14 inches First, cut out and sew together various felt flowers and leaves. I just experimented to find a few shapes I liked. Next, cut out two pieces of green felt, about 16 inches in length and 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide for the headband. My daughters are toddlers, so if yo have an older daughter, you might want to measure how long you would like your flowers to be and lengthen as necessary. I also had to sew two pieces of felt together to get the necessary length. Sew the flowers and leaves onto one of the green strips. I placed the flowers along one of the strips the way I wanted them to be on the finished piece and used that as my "pattern" while I sewed them to the other strip. Here are my finished flower strips. I'm making one for each of my girls, so I have two pictured. After sewing on the flowers, pin the other strip of green felt along the back of the strip of flowers. Sew into place along the long edges with a blanket stitch, leaving the ends open to insert the elastic. To make the casing for the elastic, cut a 10x2 inch strip of fabric. You could use any lightweight fabric, I dyed an extra piece of silk I had on hand. Fold this in half lengthwise, wrong side out and sew along the long edge. Turn right side out to make a tube. Insert a 6 inch piece of elasticin the tube and sew ends closed, scrunching up the fabric and making sure the elasic is encased in the end, making a stretchy worm. Again, you might need to adjust the casing and elastic length for size. Insert the ends of the elastic into the open ends of the headband and blanket stitch to secure. To finish it off, add some pretty cascading ribbons. Lovely!