Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
Jenny asked me to make aprons similar to the ones I made for her and her and my Niece for Christmas. Here is my niece, super cute and full of personality Lacy sporting the apron I made last year. I will make these and some women's aprons for her to sell at the boutique. Check it out!
Monday, August 18, 2008
If you are going to do this craft with kids or especially when camping steps 1 through 3 need to be done before.
Step 1. Glue the the bead to the back of the star. With the glue gun squeeze a small amount of glue near the top of one of the stars points.
Step 2. Position the bead onto the glue quickly. Make sure the bead its on its side so that inside of the bead can still be threaded.
Step 3. Continuing step 1 and 2 change the directing and position of the glue to add some variety to the stars position on the necklace.
Step 4. Now you have completed the preparation easy! Be sure to pack the materials, and head to the campground.Step 5. I found it easiest to leave the lacing uncut and let the kids thread their chose of beads and stars, or tie a knot in the end. It looks best with 5 beads then a star to space the stars. Step 6. After they have filled the length appropriate for a necklace cut the lace from the bundle, if you already have continue, and tie the ends together for a completed glow-in-the-dark star necklace.