corals, and more party ideas

An update of the corals. Have been following patterns in the book, but also started to make up free-form ones, like the orange ones on the far right.

And now, another round of ideas for the craft-along party (party starts tomorrow! interested in joining? See this post for more details).

Polka dot sweater (or, I would call it the toad stool sweater :D) from Kittenhood.


Super quick pom pom bookmarks from Design Mom.


And for anyone who’s getting ready for Christmas – plum pudding ornament! :D From Planet June.


Wishing you a weekend of happy creativeness! :D Excited to see what everyone makes! 




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6 Responses to “corals, and more party ideas”

  • Well, my weekend away had to be cancelled as my husband was admitted to hospital with a bad chest infection. He will be ‘on the mend’ soon, I hope, but in the meantime I have my craft-along-party to cheer me up.

    Really thinking Christmas crafts as I went with my baby granddaughter (aged 4 months) to welcome Santa to one of Dublin’s biggest shopping mall yesterday!!!

    Talk again after weekend, Sheila.

  • Lovin’ the ever-growing coral reef!

  • Well, I’m glad we have the whole weekend because I’ll be doing another kind of creativity on Saturday: singing. Taking the ferry over to Whidbey Island (It’s in Puget Sound)to the Daughters of Norway Holiday Bazaar. I belong to the Norwegian Ladies Chorus of Seattle and we’ll be performing. Maybe I’ll post a pic of us singing, too!

    So, I’ll be crafting away on Sunday and thinking of you guys.

    Sheila, I hope your husband feels better soon!

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