Got peanut butter jars? Here’s a little craft I did two days before Christmas, when I was frazzled beyond belief. I tell you this both to prove to you how easy it is, and to demonstrate how utterly crazy I am to photograph a tutorial when I should have been unearthing the dining room table. […]Read More: Upcycled Chalkboard-Topped Jar
You may remember last year, when I bought the book 2-at-a-Time Socks and taught myself the method. I actually still haven’t made a pair of socks. I just wanted to know how to make two of anything at once, because goodness knows if I hadn’t, there would be an awful lot of mate-less wrist warmers […]Read More: Upcycled Bag o’ Yarn
Or, at least to Ohio. I’ll spare you the silly details, but let me just say that this week Neil and I found ourselves at an impasse. One of us wanted to attend an event in Ohio soon, the other of us (who wasn’t too keen on the Ohio idea) had been jonesing for this […]Read More: Bribery will get you everywhere
I regularly receive boxes full of books, magazines & DVDs on my doorstep, and I also send boxes full of books, magazines & DVDs back out to polymer clay addicts everywhere. As such, it only makes sense that some of those first boxes should be reused to serve the second purpose, don’t you think? I […]Read More: Down with ugly recycled packaging!
No, I’m not really drunk. I just wanted to talk about three bags made out of sheets, and the phrase popped right into my head. I’m not above kicking back with a Mike’s Hard Lime later, though, if you prefer for me to represent truth in advertising… These three little piles each contain two fat […]Read More: Three sheets to the wind