Sunday, November 16, 2014

20 Handmade Projects to Wear


Hi friends.  A weekend hello to you in this month of thanks. Although I don't regularly share on the weekend, I want to tell you that I'm thankful for you.  How can I thank you? Let me start counting the ways: today, 20 willowday handmade wearable projects that we loved both making and wearing. We want you to, too. 

Jump with me below into 20 simple, fun and wearable willowday projects

20 Simple Handmade Wearable Crafts
3. Clay Beads: Bunny Clay Necklace

Bonus:  

21. Big + Small: Plush Heart Projects: Embellish with a fuzzy heart --- muff-style -- pocket!

22. Ice Cream Hair Band Tutorial

As always: happy making.  Is there something special you are looking for? I'd love to see what you do with the tutorials. Warm Willowday Wishes


52 Handmade Willowday Projects from 2014 
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9 comments:

  1. How can you come up with all these unique ideas. And, your photography is great. I love your site!

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    1. That's such a compliment, Thank you so much. You make my day.

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    1. I hope you can try them and I would love to see what you do! Thank you!

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  3. Thank _you_ for your beautiful blog . I love the pictures, the crafts, and the kindly spirit that pervades here. It makes my day brighter to visit here.

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    1. Oh, what a beautiful note to close my day with. Thank you so much for taking the time to share such a lovely note. Wishes!

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  4. lovely, gorgeous ideas! I keep on meaning to make the peony necklace ...just need to get some thicker felt!

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    1. rebecca, oh, thank you so much! Yes, they're just beautiful with thicker get. I'm so happy to meeting you here. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment.

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  5. These are superb! Some things that kids can make on a summer or rainy afternoon! My daughter would surely enjoy this!

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Thank you!