Busy Creating

by Sarah November 30, 2010

Sorry for the little break from blogging the last few days. I have been away for the holiday and since coming home busily creating for this weekends Handmade Holiday Shop. Taking a que from my friend Deb, I have created some ornaments and a wreath that highlight a photo from my trip to Squaw earlier this fall. Today I give you a little glimpse at the creating and encourage you to give your creativity a try this holiday season.

Left over Starbucks coffee cups make great paint containers and beautiful yarn purchased through Jimmy Beans Wool helped me to create the wreath in the upper left corner. The upper right corner shows a peek of my creations.

As I promised last week here is a glimpse of the ornaments made for Enchanted Makeovers and Stephey Baker. If you would like to read more about Deb please check out an earlier Tea Time Thursday where she is highlighted. These ornaments will be for sale this weekend as a donation to Enchanted Makeovers and we will have a few extra available for your own holiday giving or for yourself of course….




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