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post #1 of Old 09-14-2015, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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Do You Do Any Craft Projects?

Do y'all do any craft projects?

I saw these in Michael's. I bet they would be fun to make.

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I love to knit, crochet and sow.

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I love to knit, crochet and sow.

How about you Cricket?
I am sooooo not artistic with my hands but I have been wandering around Michael's (an arts and crafts store) looking for ideas on projects I might be able to do. I might take a class there.
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My daughter-in-law did a similar craft project for gifts on Mother's Day.

She had it filled with different types of chocolate.
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There are thousands of craft projects and types out there! You are in the right place (Michael's, craft stores, etc...) for inspiration.
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Cool Craft

I saw a cool craft to do for Christmas posted on facebook. You know how they have those clear Christmas balls to decorate at Hobby Lobby and craft stores....well if you take one of those balls and put pieces of crayon in it and hold a hairdryer on it the crayon melts and makes a really cool design inside the ball so there is no mess and it looks great...at least in the picture. I would not try it because I don't want any glass on my tree because of my grandkids and pets.



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I think those are so neat. My sister is a huge crafty person and my other sister does crochet..but I don't have time. I wish I did!



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I use to love to crochet. I've made Granny Afhgans for everyone in the family. But then one day I put it down and just never picked it up again. Maybe some day when I'm old.



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Hmmm no I don't .-.

I'm not good at all with my hands, I tried Origami but... nope nope nope!

I used to craft wood-stuff with ropes with my Boy Scouts group... don't know how to explaing so I will put an Image >.<

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It was very funny
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That looks like it would be fun to do. Put some animal skins over those tripods and you have Tee-pees. Very popular dwellings for the Native American Indians hundreds of years ago.



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