Santa Peg doll...
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Monday, November 21, 2011
Baby Great Dane...
We had fun doodling in Stake Conference... We got permission from our Stake President :) Sorry L. spent almost the entire meeting exercising (taking laps around the building) so she didn't submit any art work for this post. It was a great meeting.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Monday, November 07, 2011
an angel gets her wings!
These angels and more friends will be available in the
now.. or if you'd like to visit them in person there will be a boutique
December 7th at The Yard in Park City, Utah from 6-9 PM
Wednesday, November 02, 2011
I made this as a Christmas Gift for one of my children... It looks like about hours worth of work, but no... it took about a day and a half to make these. I sure hope they become a favorite toy! Whew.
If you are nutty and want to make these too.. I used these free printables for the letters HERE... And, I love to use plastic poly pellets for the beans because it makes the toy washable, which we need around here, but you could use rice or beans if you wanted. I used two layers of cheap white flannel in between to make them hold their shape better and red thread so that the letters would look a bit outlined. Not difficult, just time consuming.
I love foamy soap at my house. It's not as hard on your skin as others soaps. But, it's about $3.00 a bottle last time I checked which would equate to almost $6.00 per week for my family. Pricey for soap. The thing is that the "foamy" is a property of the dispenser rather than the soap and it's easy to make. I buy this Dawn Pink Dragon Fruit because I like pink at my house, but you can make all kinds of colors.
Fill the empty containers with just under 1/4 to 1/2 inch of liqued soap and finish it off with warm water. This brings your price closer to 29 cents per bottle. And it makes it so that you don't have to buy anti-bacterial handsoap.