OK, I’m done for this year. But I do enjoy making these! The tallest is about 2 feet.
I’ve had this largish silver shadow box hanging around for two years. Even though I’ve stopped making paper theaters, it was too nice ($3 at a thrift store, brand new in the wrapper yet) to give away. And so, inspired … Continue reading
We may not be able to join in the winter solstice festivities at Stonehenge, but we can each celebrate the turning of the light in our own way. This day is the fulcrum of rising hope…for light, warmth, love, and … Continue reading
My latest ornaments–a little forest of peace trees. These are made from wooden spools and old book pages. They’re about 6 inches tall. But here’s a larger paper tree I just made, about 1.5 feet high. And now for some … Continue reading
Another felt ornament project. Maybe counterparts to the holiday sweaters!
This is unheard of. It’s Dec. 14 in Minnesota and the lake is still open water and this morning the swan family came back! Usually by this time we’re under three feet of snow with lakes frozen enough for skating … Continue reading
Well, the Norwegian Julenisse don’t have to wear grey anymore. I’m outfitting them in cunning little felt sweaters made from my mother’s pattern of years ago. I still have three of the little Norwegian sweater ornaments she made one year. … Continue reading