Friday, October 31, 2014

Halloween Treats

I found these on ETSY. You purchase a download and it gives you everything but the candy and cellophane to make these. So easy and cute! I made them for the ladies I work with at school. I also bought them in Thanksgiving and Christmas! 

They are cute, huh?

Monday, October 27, 2014

Halloween Treats

Just thought I would share a couple Halloween goodies I made.
I made these little coffins for the ladies I go visiting teaching to.

Then I made a bigger version of the candy box I have made before. I actually made this for my son to answer for a dance. He put candy in it and said: It would be a "TREAT" to go to girl's choice with you.

Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

creative ways to ask/answer for date dances

My son came up with his own idea of how to ask. It was kinda funny. He left this on her doorstep. You lifted to see his name.
"Lettuce Turnip the Beet at homecoming."

She answered really cute and with the same idea he started.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Homecoming idea to ask

Homecoming is coming up. I paper pieced the owl on here. I told him to write "GUESS 'HOO' WANTS TO TAKE YOU TO HOMECOMING". He didn't want to leave the W off. :)
He put the letters of the alphabet in some balloons. The letters that spell his name he put in a different color. 

Friday, August 8, 2014

Crochet Owl

I found the pattern for this little owl by Little Muggles.  I need more practice, but not bad for my first try :)

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

8 x 8 scrapbook album

I made an 8 x 8 scrapbook album as a gift. I haven't scrapped in a long time. It was nice to get back to it again.

Thanks for looking!

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Crochet Reindeer

I made this crochet reindeer. I think he turned out pretty cute.

I got the pattern out of this book that I purchased on Amazon

I realized that my stitches were not as tight (I can kind of see the stuffing through the sweater and head) so I made another one and did my stitches tighter.

It is a little bit smaller. Each reindeer has its own personality. I used thicker yarn (for both) than the pattern calls for and a bigger crochet hook. (I used a F crochet hook and wool weight yarn). He is all single crochet with increase and decrease stitches. Not too hard. The front of the book shows you how to do these stitches as well as a magic ring, which you use to start every part of him. The finishing instructions are minimal so it was trial and error for me since I've never made amigurumi before. 

You can get the pattern for just the reindeer without purchasing the book here.
This is what the original reindeer looks like. I changed the colors for mine.
Let me know what you think!