I hope you will forgive me for my absence as of late. I broke my ankle two weeks ago and have been laid up in bed ever since. It's hard to get much made or even have much to share when you're in the same room most of the time. I recommend following my CraftyHope Instagram account for more frequent updates from me right now. Though, those are not as frequent either.
I have a couple of new Christmas-related tutorials on YouTube that I thought I might share with you before this space becomes a barren wasteland. Ha!
The first is a Yarn Tassel Garland that I made for my booth at Southern Antiques and Accents. It's a fairly quick project once you get the hang of it.
I think the pop of red really grabs your attention against the white of my booth. But, you could make your tassel garland in any color combination for any holiday too.
The other tutorial is a fabulous little ornament that I made for the You, Me, Same 3 challenge.
I combined the three items sent to me for the challenge with some Dollar Tree bits, an old mint tin, and a few other materials to make a cute, decorative diorama of sorts. This was completed after my injury so I kept it as simple as possible.
In other news, I've already worked my way through my latest Bead Box, so I hope to share what I stocked in it before too long. But, things are so up in the air right now that I don't really know what comes next.
I hope you are well and your holiday season is joyous. Please update me on what's going on in your neck of the woods!
There are remarkably fewer art journal videos to share with you this month than last. For one thing, I've finally finished sharing the ICAD videos. And for another, I took a week-long internet/media/reading break (more on that later, maybe.) But, I still have some beauties to share, if you're interested.
And, that pretty much finished out my month. Make sure you're subscribed to my CraftyHope YouTube Channel. And, if you click on the bell, you'll receive notifications when I get new videos up for you. Is there anything you think I need to film? Let me know in the comments!