This is an easy pattern. Circles are easy to crochet in general in simple dc, sc, etc.: just keep increasing groupings one more stitch farther apart for each and every new row and the circle should lay flat even if you keep going like that for forever.... Sorry I got in lesson mode lol. I just love crochet! --Pia (#diy #crafts)
A collage of monthly baby photos, ideas for toddler photos
I had only planned to take monthly photos of Levi until he turned one year old, but the sentimentalist in me feels compelled to continue documenting Levi’s developments through monthly letters and pictures. Like babies, toddlers change so quickly, and I want a record of Levi’s milestones at each and every stage. However, I’m not… READ MORE!
One Christmas I received a Chatty Cathy doll. I REALLY wanted it! Consequently, I pulled that string like mad during a party my parents were hosting or attending (can't remember which, only cared about the doll). Drove everyone crazy but I had fun! :)
darcydaydream Thank you everyone for all your lovely comments on my last post I wish I had the time to thank everyone individually for the comments you leave on my photos I am so grateful for each and everyone of them x Another custom order finished ready for a little girl to take on a Disney trip #crochet #crochetart #crochettoy #crochetdoll #crochetlove #crochetaddict #crochetdesigner #doll #dolly #darcysdolls #handmade #handcraft #croché #crochê #amigurumi #amigurumist #amigurumitoy…
Everyone in the family is an angel. Make a Xmas tree angel for each person, with a photos of them for the face, but make them like combinations of animals or superheroes, not just a boring angel in a nightie.
My nana used to do this every night! Pin curls.comb damp hair and part into small sections. Youre going to pin each curl with a standard bobby pin, so sections must be small. Wind each curl around your finger smoothly. Pin each curl in place with a bobby pin.Gently tie a silk scarf around your hair before going to bed. In the morning remove pins and gently finger comb your hair. Letting pin curls fall loose from a side part was one of the sexiest 1940s hairstyles.
18 Hair Styles From The 1960s That Will Boggle Your Mind!
This card features the large background stamp Hello Doily stamped with regular bleach on Crumb Cake cardstock. No two bleached stamps turn out the same! After the image was allowed to cure and out-gas, I stamped the stylized flourish from Elements of Style in Basic Black Craft ink where I wanted it--it was a little different on each one, as I tried to let the best parts of the doily show on every card. Finishing touches were using the Color Spritzer Tool to spatter black on the background…