Up to date on crafts

This might end up being a big post so I can be up to date on the crafts I have done. Some date back to March, like this shirt I made for Sienna’s birthday!
Me and Sienna made this pirate hat and eye patch together as part of the monthly kit I signed her up for called Kiwi Crate. She loves getting the box in the mail!
I also made a few notecards that I’m showcasing each separately since they are all different. I had a lot of fun with these, using stencils, stamps and embossing folders.
This embroidery was for a swap via Wild Olive’s blog. My partner loves unicorns.
This was for a swap to carve a set of stamps to create a scene. My partner is a gardener.
I made this juggler stationery using a stencil I made with my Cameo machine.
This kit was for a DIY art-o-mat swap. Learn more about art-o-mat here. I provided materials to make a macramé bracelet and made a little booklet of instructions.
This is the outside of an egg carton decorated for the Easter Egg Hunt swap. I put little Easter themed items inside eggs. Unfortunately, I got flaked on for this swap!
A butterfly pendant
A faux dichroic glass pendant using Friendly Plastic. Looks a lot better in real life.
A felt skull keychain
A skull wire wrap ring
A t-shirt for Nico’s 6th birthday! Made with vinyl and Cameo.
A macramé bead bracelet for Sienna’s Pre-K assistant teacher.
A set of notecards for Sienna’s main Pre-K teacher.
The card I made for her
And the necklace I made her (the pendant is glitter, resin, vinyl)
Another faux dichroic pendant, I think I like it better smaller and with a focal point.
I did the same pendant again for a swap via Craftaholics Anonymous Summer Gift Exchange but I also made the cord. Her favorite colors are pink and black. I used the kumihino technique.
And finally, a nerd pendant. I was inspired by these awesome pendants and wrote out nerd myself and scanned it in.
Whew! I made it through! If you are still reading down here, thank you! I haven’t done much crafting in July but the month isn’t over yet. But don’t think I haven’t been creative! I’ve been taking Joanne Sharpe’s Letter Love class (part of my birthday present from the hubs) and getting into some zentangle with another Joanne, Joanne Fink.

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