Our trip to the Corning Museum of Glass

Featured image: “Fern Green Tower” As a transplant to the Central New York area, visiting The Corning Museum of Glass has always been on my bucket list of things to do/places to go. On top of loving trips to museums, my husband and I had binged seasons 1 & 2 of ‘Blown Away‘ on Netflix,Continue reading “Our trip to the Corning Museum of Glass”

DIY Wedding Scrapbook

My husband and I had a #pandemicwedding back in October. We considered ordering a photo book with all of our photos from the day but didn’t want to spend too much $$ (those can really get pricey!) We instead decided to create a wedding scrapbook! I’d recommend this project for any couple, especially for thoseContinue reading “DIY Wedding Scrapbook”

DIY Macrame Plant Hanger

Looking for a low-cost way to artfully, yet practically display your plant babes? Well, a DIY Macrame Plant Hanger may be the perfect project to consider. It was easy to make, required very few materials, is low cost, and [the best part] is it’s the perfect excuse to buy some more plants! …let’s face it,Continue reading “DIY Macrame Plant Hanger”

A day of firsts..

I absolutely love trying new things and taking on new projects in the craft world is no different! With this said, I took a giant leap by knitting my first hat- and it’s about time too! I used a skein of Red Heart’s Curly Q in Thunderstorm which was a gift from my mom. IContinue reading “A day of firsts..”

Here’s my pitch: a flower on top of a flower stitch

During my time at an SnB meeting one week I wanted to try a new stitch. I decided to make a headband using the Lotus Flower Stitch. << That’s a link to Craft Cookie’s instruction which is what I used to pick up the pattern. I found the pattern very easy to follow along withContinue reading “Here’s my pitch: a flower on top of a flower stitch”

Who doesn’t love a hand-made…I mean… arm-made gift?

Not too long ago I tried a recently popular and easy technique for knitting. This new fad involves your limbs rather than needles to knit…can you guess which one it uses ? Yes, you’re right!  your arms! Its no wonder that this approach to knitting has developed in that large needles and bulky yarns haveContinue reading “Who doesn’t love a hand-made…I mean… arm-made gift?”

Let’s get the party started!

So for this past Halloween, I came up with the idea to create a piñata costume! I thought I was a genius for coming up with such an idea only to find that it wasn’t as original as I thought! A website, Coolest Homemade Costumes has a great collection of pictures of homemade piñata costumes that you can referContinue reading “Let’s get the party started!”

Reunited and it feels so good!

Hello crafters! It’s been way too long! I’m finally reunited with the blogging world and it feels so good! I initially started this blog not just to share my creations and to connect with other crafters out there, but to also encourage myself participate in crafts on a regular basis and to blog about it.Continue reading “Reunited and it feels so good!”

Dreamcatcher Earrings

Looking for a charm to protect you from your bad dreams as you dream on-the-go? Look no further!  Here’s an easy to follow diy for Dreamcatcher Earrings!! Collect some materials to create and embellish your dreamcatcher. Native Americans would decorate their dreamcatchers with items that were sacred to them, such as feathers and beads, so usingContinue reading “Dreamcatcher Earrings”