Tuesday, November 8, 2011

PCS Harvest Essence & Tip Tuesday

This month over at Paper Crafters Sampler, we are celebrating Fall with home and harvest type projects. The chill in the air, the warm smells of bake goods, and snuggling down to some cold-weather crafting... Mmmmm!

I was pretty psyched when I was able to create my project with fabric without my quilting mother's help. And it was easy!

Just stop by Paper Crafters Sampler and sign up for the November issue. Remember to use code PCSHB when you sign up.

Now for a Tuesday Tip. At our stamp club meeting in October, we played with the new Mini Jingle Bells in the Holiday mini. They are sooo cute, and yes, they really jingle! They look great with baker's twine, but threading them can be a challenge. So the trick... use one of those wire needle threaders!

Easy peasy! So don't fear these little cuties. Go have fun!

Thanks for stopping by!

8 comments:

Shelley Z said...

Cool idea to thread these adorable bells! Now I have to find my threader!

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Where were you last week?? lol I was going nuts trying to get the twine through them!! Awesome thank you for sharing and I love the jars!

Adriana Benitez said...

!! OH my gosh - how easy is that?! Thank you for passing along this tip!

Yapha said...

Such a fun project and what a great tip!!

Paula said...

Fabulous tip!! I'll have to see if I can find one of those in my old sewing box.

angelswhostamp said...

Great! Now where did I put that threader?

Jen Timko said...

Dental floss threaders are great too (and awesome for a class)! Thanks for this...my sewing ladies will love it!

Mickey Roberts said...

Great tip! I use the dental floss threaders for classes but the metal one at my craft table.