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I don’t know where salt dough has been all my life!?! It’s 3 simple ingredients combined to create an easy, workable, and pliable dough. For a smaller amount I use 1/2 c. flour, 1/4 c. salt and 1/2. water. Once … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been experimenting and making fabric flowers. I am HORRIBLE at keeping plants alive. At the same time, fresh flowers every week feel a tad wasteful since they’re just going to be thrown out. I wanted to come up … Continue reading
I always loved “opening” my Christmas stocking first and, to me, it’s not Christmas without a stocking! Why run out and buy a boring ol’ red and white one when you can easily make one. They’ll be extra special and … Continue reading
I just wrote an article recently for Crafting a Green World about projects using felt scraps. I was inspired to dig out my felt scraps and make some of the projects and, in doing so, came up with one of … Continue reading