I have never really minded spiders, and will usually let them be, as long as they keep there distance. I mean if they stay up in their corner, or on the ceiling, I am totally fine, but the second they start hanging off the ceiling, they are gone. Here is one spider that you won’t want to squish.
I am having so much fun beading lately, and I am excited to share with you my latest creation! These earrings are make by doing a brick stitch around a quick link using seed beads. I kept them simple, and they go with just about everything!
If you were to stalk my Pinterest right now you would see that I am a little OBSESSED with beaded fringe earrings right now, and was so excited to give them a try. I can’t lie, I was a little nervous at first, but was pleasantly surprised that they really aren’t that hard to make. So grab some beads, and let’s get to making!
This year for Christmas I received a very beautiful bracelet from my best friend. Upon closer inspection the pretty turquoise beads weren’t actually stone beads but paper beads instead. I remember making paper beads with old magazines and junk mail when I was younger, and loved it, so I set out to make them with a grown up twist.
This week is one of the busiest of the year in our household, with holiday preparations, extended family visiting, and kids off from school. Especially with the extreme rain we’ve been having here in Portland it’s easy to feel cooped up with crazy. It’s times like these crafting with the family is not only fun, but necessary.
I love how focused the little ones get when they work on beading or lacing activities. Here’s a great beading craft for the holidays. These make great decorations on the tree or hanging in your wintry window display.
Icicle Ornaments – Happy Hooligans