Hi! I'm Linda. Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate the visit. Since you are here that probably means that you enjoy arts & crafts as much as I do. I have always loved creating things, whether it's jewelry making, woodworking, crocheting, or something else. I just love to create. Come join me in my creative adventure. This is where you can find a little bit of everything. From jewelry making, woodcrafts, recycle/upcycle, mixed media, recipes,& more.
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I have seen a lot of crafty things made from burlap over the past year or so, from pillows, chair cushions, lamp shades, wreaths, etc. Lately I have been running across ways to embellish tin cans, glass mason jars, and more. Continue reading
This is a tutorial for a cute little mini book charm that you can wear as a necklace, purse charm, or whatever you desire. Very easy to make. Continue reading
Do you have any scrape fabric lying around? If so I found the perfect way to use it up at ….. a lovely scrappy braided fabric bracelet…. has shared her wonderful tutorial on how to make these scrape fabric bracelets. Her tutorial walks you through step by step, with pictures on how to make these fabric bracelets.
My favor piece of… Continue reading
First I want to thank everyone for participating in my first time ever giveaway of the spring time bracelet. There was a little confusion at first, but for never having a giveaway before I think all went well. I learned a few things that will help me in my next giveaway. Continue reading
Here is a one of a kind handcrafted bracelet made from paper wire wrapped beads…You can find it in my handmade artist shop…www.handmadeartists.com/shop/mixedkreations Continue reading
Would you like a chance to win this Spring Time Bracelet, handcrafted from copper wire, turquoise dyed jasper nugget, orange quartzite nuggets, and one 6mm banded agate gemstone dangling on a handmade knotted head pin? Continue reading
If you are one of those people always looking for crafty ways to get organized. Then here is a fun and crafty way where you can use recycled materials. The six pack container makes a great storage caddy with its six storage sections, and would be very inexpensive to make.