What an exciting week this is for crafters…it’s Crafter’s Companion 11th Birthday and I’ve been invited to take part in the celebrations, I’m so excited!!! The birthday week is jam packed full of new launches, special offers and give aways. To find out more, just click on the Facebook page or have a look at the birthday brochure here.
As part of the celebrations, there is going to be a birthday blog hop…a bit like playing pass the online parcel!
The birthday blog hop starts at 12pm on Thursday 20/10/16 and it finishes at 9pm on Sunday 30/10/16. When the music stops, you will be asked to go and visit a specific blog and leave a comment during the time period given: for example, The music has stopped on Angela’s Blog – she now has the parcel and will have it for the next two hours between 2pm and 4pm! Go and comment to WIN! From the commenters, a winner will be chosen…lucky duck! They will win whatever has been made and showcased for the birthday blog hop. It’s exciting!!!
If you’re lucky enough to win please email details of your address to email@example.com , who will arrange for your prize to be sent out (within 2 weeks) Please keep checking on the blogs and Facebook to see if you’ve won
I’ve been asked to make a ‘parcel’ for the game using some of the new birthday week sewing launches, if you take part in the blog hop you may be lucky enough to win my ‘parcel’…I adore it!!!
Now I know that sewing is my main hobby but I’ve always enjoyed crafting of most types. I’ve really loved making my own little bundle of flowers out of felt…and glue! Not a sewing thread in sight for this project and it was so much fun…apart from the sticky fingers!
I used the Threaders felt pack collection as I wanted to make really colourful flowers.I also used the Collall felt glue, I’ve not used this before and it was really quick and simple to use.http://www.crafterscompanion.co.uk/felt-glue-100ml.html
Once the glue had dried I used florists wire to make stems for each individual flower…that bit took a little while! Then I got a little bit creative and made my vintage style flower jug overflow with beautiful blossoms! Just to add a little bit of bling I added a few beaded bits and a butterfly for a final flourish…I love it!
If you’d like to have a go at making your own flowers, all of the supplies are available on the Crafter’s Companion website
I can’t wait now to use these flowers on actual sewing projects…watch this space!
Good luck in the blog hop!
Happy crafting, x