Keeping the theme from last week, bugs eating bugs, I took this shot in Oklahoma in a barn. The spider was dragging the paralyzed spider around the barn looking for a good place to have his snack. It was wild to see since the spider was bigger than the wasp.
Time flies! I can’t believe it’s already fall, but the air is cooling down and the leaves are starting to change. Just because nature is starting to change does not mean we can’t appreciate the beauty of nature all year-long. Fabric Flower Rings are a fun way to jazz up any outfit and a super easy project for kids.
Project Title: Fabric Flower Rings
Written By: Brandie Bell
Project Description: Create a fun ring to wear year round with fabric flowers and a little bedazzle.
Small fabric bedazzle
1. Gather your materials, Fabric flower ring, bedazzle jewel, ring blank, and glue.
2. Starting with your flower ring, Remove the stem, then remove the middle plastic piece.
3. Grab your ring blank and apply glue to the top. Very gently press the flower to the ring. If your flower has more than the layer, glue in between each layer.
5. Let it dry and you have a fun, year round accessory.
You can also make hair clips this same way. Just glue to the clip instead of the ring.
You can Download the tutorial with the below link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ad5XPApFfILRk2OwB5rqyPzN2WkzGeMypm6HV0tiuXc/edit?usp=sharing
Beaded Crystal Necklace. Round peyote around the crystal.
Did you know damselflies ate flies? I sure didn’t until I saw this one having lunch. Pretty awesome.
I don’t know if your like me, but I love stationary and forms. Sometimes the structure of filling something out helps my mind flow. I created a couple of templates to help mind map ideas if you write a blog. It would also work for mapping out an idea or story.
They are available free for download. I hope they make your life easier.
> Right Click on picture > Save As > Save to your destination to download <
Red Panda Tote – Made with fabric paint. Handmade by Brandie. Tote bags make great gifts, this one was for my boyfriends niece, who loves red pandas.