Want to help out Rhino’s and other endangered animals? And get your self a original, signed ink illustration of a Rhino? 50% of the profit from this item (£6 or $9.50) will go the charity the Worldwide Wildlife Fund to help them with there work conserving this worlds wildlife.
FIND IT HERE: http://www.etsy.com/listing/99206464/help-the-rhinos-50-profit-to-the-wwf
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May 12, 2012.
My FREE FLOWER PATTERN is now available on Craftsy!!!This is the first pattern I’ve ever published. Woohoo! *happy dance* I’ve loaded this pattern with lots of pictures and helpful explanations, and I’m very excited to share this with you. I hope you enjoy!
These fun flowers are very quick to make and will look cute on everything. Yes, I said everything. Sew them directly onto your projects, wear them in your hair, bunch them up as a bouquet, or turn them into brooches to add some Springtime cheer to your outfits! The possibilities are endless. :)
Please share photos of your flowers with me when you’re done! I’d love to see your creativity at work. facebook.com/amorningcupofjocreationsWhat will YOU do with your cute little flower?
The Knit CamBRIDGE Project
“The work started in April of 2009, and was completed on September 11, 2010, when 16,000 zip ties were used to wrap the bridge in knitwear. Over 1,000 knitters from all over the world contributed – from the Cambridge area, from further afield in Canada, from the US, and from as far away as New Zealand. The oldest knitter participating was 103, the youngest 5. ” - Kate from Knitty Blog
Read more HERE.
This is so amazing!!!!!
All these colors were achieved with red, yellow, blue, and green food coloring mixed into white frosting. The amount of drops needed for the color you want is underneath the icing color. So convenient. :)
I love Mint Chip = 3 blue, 3 green
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Inspiration for work.