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Category Archives: Crafts
Before I put away my Christmas decorations, I wanted to share a project that I have been enjoying all season long! I created a set of 4 appliqued Christmas inspired pocket pillow covers to dress up my couch. Each pillow … Continue reading
My regular blog followers will notice that I have not been posting many knitting projects lately. My free time has been spent re-doing a quilt I made for my son.
Fall has officially arrived and I am happy that the weather is starting to cool off. This weekend I decided I needed a project so I decided to sew new pillow covers for my sofa.
To go with my daughters new quilt, and to help finish the Home Decorating Merit Badge, she created this bulletin board. Requirement #20 of the Home Decorating Merit Badge has you upcycle an item for your room.
Recently my daughter’s room got a makeover. A fresh coat of paint, new bedding, window treatments and a few new decor items. The rugged denim paired with the softer lace matches her personality to a tee. She prefers to wear … Continue reading
I know many of you shy away from the badges in the Supplemental Handbook. While the requirements seem to be more challenging, when broken down into smaller pieces they are doable. My PiPa unit is currently tackling the Pen and … Continue reading
Each year for Christmas my sister and I exchange handmade items. I love that we share a love for all things handmade. This year I made my sister a glass cross suncatcher. To create this piece, I foil wrapped and … Continue reading
The next easy SWAP that I included in the SWAP kits I made for camp was a Tic Tac Toe in a bag SWAP. If you have ever looked on Pinterest, you will find dozens of these SWAPS. They are … Continue reading
Every year at camp there is at least one new girl who has no idea what a SWAP is. Then there are those who ran out of time before camp to make any, or worse, they made them but left … Continue reading