Saturday, November 25, 2017

DIY Snowflake Ornaments with Dollar Tree Wooden clothespins

Here's an easy craft.
 
        You can make these for ornaments or clip on to packages, wreaths, just about anything!




                                                  The Dollar Tree has clothespins.

                                                           They come 36 to a pack.

  You will need 9 clothespins per snowflake, because 1 is used on the back so it can clip to the tree.

                  You will also need glue. I used wood glue, but you can use hot glue if you prefer.

                      These can be painted and glittered but I did not show that step. Be creative.


 
 
You will be able to make 4 snowflakes with 1 pkg.
 
 
Go ahead and gently twist 8 pins apart.
 
 

You will glue the smooth sides together.
 
 
 
 
 
Glue 4 to make an X add 4 more. Last pin will be centered on back side.
 
 
 
 
Allow to dry. Leave natural or paint white, add glitter if you like. 
 
 I did not show that step. Be creative.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hope you enjoyed this quick craft.
xo Lisa S
 
 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

November18 & 19 Boutique is almost here !

You are invited to the next Boutique.

650 Cypress St. Newbury Park

Sat. Nov.18         9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun. Nov. 19      1: 00 pm- 5:00 pm
About 15 vendors with a wide variety of unique handmade items.

Free coffee and popcorn while you shop from room to room.

Kids are welcome but sorry no room for strollers.

You won't believe all that will be packed in this event.


If you do stop by I will have completely different goodies like these !
Thanks, XO LisaS

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Boutique Today and Tomorrow

Just on update on what's happening this weekend !!!! Stop by and say hello.......
                                Thank you to my friends who came Friday night !!!! xo LisaS


 Saturday, the church will have Chili ! I have heard it is amazing and they sell out fast.
Today was wonderful and THANKS to everyone who stopped by. I really enjoyed getting
to catch up with friends. If you came by you would have seen the empty tables......so I will be
working on some new projects tonight....we will see how much I get done.
I have some ideas, I will post by tomorrow. Hope to see you Sunday ! xoLisaS

Last update for the weekend!
Sunday was another great day. What a busy time. We had such a nice crowd all day long.
Since I ran out of inventory.....I made some ornaments last night.





Sunday, November 5, 2017

Succulents in Tool Caddy

We had 10 Succulent Planters made from old redwood fencing at the Boutique,
 but I forgot to post a picture.

  All but 1 sold. I will bring that one to the next Boutique on Friday.

They were made to look like a tool caddy. I filled them with an assortment of succulents from my garden. The Tool Caddy with succulents is $10  Thank you, Sold out.

                                                  Some were about to bloom and so pretty. 
A big thank you to everyone who stopped by at our
Craft Boutique on Saturday!!!
If you missed it, the next event starts this Friday evening and goes through Sunday.
Please check my Calendar of Events in search this blog.
Everyone of you mean so much to me and I appreciate your encouragement!
xoLisaS
 

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Jewelry with repurposed game pieces

Here are some jewelry pieces I'd like to share.
These earrings and necklaces are made from all kinds of game pieces. I have used Monopoly,
Scrabble, Bingo, Clue and Parcheesi. Once in a while I find old Cracker Jack Toys.
Each necklace has an added jewel. I have all letters available and jewel color can be changed.
Chains are 18''



The charm bracelet is a combination of different games.  Thank you ! xoLisaS
The bracelet is SOLD
 



 

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