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I used Scandinavian Christmas Cards Cartridge to create a Scandinavian Christmas Tree Skirt. I used my Cricut and the Scandinavian Christmas Cards Cartridge to cut fabric, that I back with heat and bond. I changed the direction of the reindeer so that I had one facing left and one facing right and in the center I place the holiday tree. I ironed it on to a large piece of ochre yellow wool felt that I cut into two half rounds and sewed together, it closes with pieces of velcro. I finished it off by adding green cotton ribbon to the edge and a few bows. Now I just need all my holiday goodies down from the attic. Where’s the ladder?!

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Come spend a morning with me and play with felt!  I am teaching a Felt Jewelry workshop at the Shemer Art Center.
Participants will use felt and findings to create one of a kind piece of miniature wearable art.

DETAILS:
Class# CC-1 Cyndi Coon, 1 session

DATES:
Wednesday October 12, 9 am to12pm

COST:
Non-member: $45
Member: $35
Materials Fee: $10

LOCATION:
Shemer Art Center Studio 2

REGISTRATION: Click HERE to Register

Summer time in Arizona is really like January in Minnesota, only brown instead of white. We lack living vegetation and long for flowers, which we’ll have to wait until February to see. So I decided to use the Flower Shoppe Cartridge to create a Felt Bouquet. These are also all pins so they have a dual purpose! I used my Cricut to cut card stock to use as templates to cut out the felt pieces. I also used my Cuttlebug and some of the flower dies to cut out the felt flower shapes. Once I glued all the felt pieces together with Tacky Glue, I attached vintage buttons and then glued pin backs to all of the flowers. They are ready to wear or gift.

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I used the Girls Makeup Party Cartridge to create a sleep mask.  I cut card stock shapes on the Cricut and used those as templates to cut out the felt pieces. I layered them and sewed them together in a random stitched pattern. I then made T-Shirt yarn, threaded it through holes that I punched on the sides. I wound the yarn on the top to make rosettes and glued them down. Sassy eyelashes – sound to sleep!

For more T-Shirt yarn patterns and kits click HERE.

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I love the new Sweet Shop cartridge for the Cricut. I used it to cut wool felt shapes of sweet treats and created them into lapel pins. Such a fun way to say I heart sweets!


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