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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Fairy Charms

So I went into the craft armoire, and lo and behold, I appeared to own not a single bead. Or wire. Or compartment boxes in which to store said paraphenalia.
"SAVANNAH!!!"
"I don't have them, Mum, I swear." "Oh yeah? You check the cabinet then!"
(After an extensive search) "Okay, maybe I have them. I'll go check my room." "If you find Amelia Earhart while you're in there, let me know."
"Erm, found your beads...sorry."
Me: "Meh. Wanna help me make fairy charms for the garden? Cut some lengths of galvanized wire 24" long..."

Happy Mother's Day to you and your creations.

4 comments:

Mel said...

Good gosh girl, you made those?! I saw your dowel project but didn't realize that you made the fairy charms. Bravo!

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

I think I need some fairy charms for my little one's room. Tutorial???

-heather

Life in Rehab said...

Since you want one, we shot one. The tutorial is coming, and it takes just minutes and is a perfect project for children too. The beads are plastic!

Life in Rehab said...

Oh, and thank you, Mel! Savannah is the real beader in the house. She has a wheeled suitcase for her supplies, and I have some gorgeouse necklaces and bracelets.