I gufi di Strampalaura - tante idee per un riciclo
Accade ogni tanto nella vita che il proprio cammino incrocia quello di un'altra persona e che in qualche modo questo si traduca in una scoperta di sé, dell'altro e di tanti (altri) aspetti del mondo. Questo è quello che è accaduto a me, incrociando nei percorsi virtuali una persona molto particolare, Laura, meglio conosciuta come Strampalaura. Sempre presente in tante iniziative sul web, ha voluto partecipare anche al nostro "tante idee per un riciclo". Oggi lei ci presenta alcune sue…
Intuitive Art and Guidance by Staci Louise by IntuitiveElements11
Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.
Arkansas Wedding by Erin Wilson Photography - Southern Weddings
=== — — === Now, while I grew up in the great state of Alabama, my adult years have been spent in quite a few Southern states, and one of the things I’ve found consistent across borders is the kindness and hospitality of Southerners — it makes you instantly feel at home, wherever you are! […]
Rustic Home Decor, Primitive, lantern candle holder decor, Rustic picket fence, candle holder lantern, cottage decor, country decor
This picket fence primitive country decor is made from reclaimed wood. It has a small lantern with a battery tea candle. A cute addition to your primitive decor. This fence has been stained Classic Grey. We offer Various other stain options to choose from. It would look good on a Fireplace, by your front Door or just about anywhere. It measures approx. 22" x 16"
Back to School Shopping!
Well, I did it. I worked in my classroom all day long. Still. Not. Finished. Hopefully tomorrow? I really just feel like zoning out tonight...watching a little Olympics (Yay for USA Volleyball!!) and still upset that they're trying to backdoor Janelle on BB!! NOOOOO....I really think Danielle is going to watch the video back and regret getting snookered by Boogie and Frank! If Janelle goes, they are going to run this game! I'm going to link up with Jess at From Blood to Books for her Teacher…
MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog
The Flower Our multicolored layered beads were a favorite. We learned the basic skills first on making the round beads. The picture above shows a student rolling the what will become the flower. She is applying pressure to the bumpy bubble wrap which has been tied around a foam tube to give the fibers the necessary agitation and pressure to felt. Here are some photos of the beautiful creations from my Felted Bead Making Class at Fiber Options ( a fabulous--take your breath away-- yarn and…