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One of the reasons I love planning and styling weddings is the opportunity to think out of the box and to create unique venues for clients. Fortunately, my clients have allowed a little design craziness. And as expected, some cockamamy ideas … Continue reading
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Hello crafters! Check out the August/September issue of Birds & Blooms Magazine. In the issue is a feature story titled, 28 Thrifty, Unique and Creative Garden Ideas. My Garden Hose Doormat project is one of the projects….cool! Thank you Birds & Blooms … Continue reading
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I’m convinced I was a butler in a former life. And like Mr. Carson in the TV show, Downton Abbey, I appreciate and expect order. With proper planning, agendas, and lists what could go wrong, right? For Lynn & Quin’s … Continue reading
Are you wondering how to repurpose a leaky old garden hose? Well wonder no more. Check out my latest video. And, don’t forget to visit Organic Gardening Magazine. They’re fabulous! Happy Crafting!
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I’m so blessed to have the opportunity to work with creative clients and Emily and Dave were certainly no exception. Last October, I worked with this beautiful couple to bring their vision of an elegant autumn mountain resort wedding to … Continue reading
Natural moss is often my inspiration when creating floral arrangements and crafts. It is so incredibly soft and magical in its natural setting. Honestly, a feeling of guilt comes over me when I harvest this green gold. Yes, you can buy it in bags from various sources but it’s never quite the same as a freshly picked batch.
In an effort to recreate nature’s wonder and to tread lightly on Mother Nature, I whipped up these felted wool moss-inspired place card holders.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Felted wool – I used Dimensions Brand Felt Works found at Michaels craft store
- River rocks
- Dish-washing detergent or soap
- Craft glue
- Razor blade
- Card stock paper
With the exception of the dish-washing detergent, you can find all of the craft ingredients at any craft store.
Here’s how you do it:
- Select the approximate size of the moss cap you want to create by pulling the felt apart.
- Form it into a ball or oval and add one drop of dish washing liquid onto the felt. Then, while running it under warm water, roll the felt into the shape desired. The dish washing liquid helps form the shape when it dries. Be careful not to add too much soap.
- Form the wet felt over a rock and let dry overnight.
- When the felt is dry, remove it from the rock, place glue under the felt and glue it to the rock. Let dry completely.
- Using a razor blade, create an incision on the top of the felt moss and insert a place card.
- You’re done!
Here’s to adding magic to your next event or wedding…happy crafting!