Thursday, April 1, 2010

HELP!

Well, it's April 1.  You know what that means.  Okay, maybe you don't know what that means, so I'll tell you . . . the beginning of a new month means the beginning of a new craft.  I'm waffling between felts foods, a felt playhouse, felt slippers or a felt board.  Are you sensing a theme?   

I have a stockpile of felt that I would like to start giving new life so it doesn't just sit around, but I just can't decide between these four fun ideas.  I'm crazy busy for the next few days, so I won't be starting anything new until after Sunday.  That leaves me four days to decide.  Help me . . . pleeeeaaase!  Leave a comment below and vote for which one you think I should do.  If no one comments, I'll be left to my own devices . . . yikes!  

In the mean time, go pick up your own felt rainbow from your local craft store and . . .
craft on!
   

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

felt board - great for kids!

Jerry said...

slippers - for me!

cate said...

anything, I haven't a clue what to do with felt

Kristin said...

I say start small and go with the board or with simple food. I have also seen a travel felt book on etsy that is really cute.

urban craft said...

I know I am not helping but I say do them ALL!

Kelley said...

Hi, Twelva. Thanks for exiting on Kelley Highway today. Wanted to drop you an e-mail, but... Anyway, I CHRISTmas crafted during the majority of my Good Friday afternoon. I'll be sharing my sweet little pinecone elves later on Kelley Highway. Like you, I enjoy doing CHRISTmas crafts all yearlong instead of scrambling at the last minute, saying, "Oh, I wish I'd not waited so late..." Your blog keeps me inspired. So, I'll eat a butter mint for ya! *wink*

Kelley said...

Oh, and I used felt!

nicole said...

For Christmas one year I made felt boards for each of my sisters and their families (all who had small children). I cut felt shapes out of different colors to work on shapes and colors for the youngest kids, but I also printed clip art for some basic fairy tales to use for story telling and adhered felt to the backs to use as a flannel board. They were a huge hit and everyone still uses the boards for various fun and learning activities.

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