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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Feeling Lucky?

I spotted this on line and thought, what a great way to add a splash of green
 for Saint Patrick's Day!
It's simple and self-explanatory, right?
 If this is your little stroke of genius, please let me know so I can credit you.
Oddly, I lost the link.
You need scraps of fleece or felt in shades of green and sewing scissors.
Just cut 4 squares, any size.
Trim 2 humps in each one.
The following sewing is not even a challenge.
Thread a needle with a complimentary shade.
Bend the needle with your mind.
Run thread through the straight ends.
Give it a pinch.
Run the same thread through the second piece.
Repeat.
Nearly two minutes have passed.
Tug the thread tight, knot it and fluff the four leaf clover.
Now, what to do with it...?
12 contour clips from the Dollar Tree, $1.00.
Run the thread through the clip so the clover can't escape.

Give it a drop of hot glue so it won't budge or shift, and have a Feline Overlord guard it while you throw together a few more for your BFFs.

Not bad, eh?
But just not enough.

Now we're talkin'.
A shot of hot glue, and we have fluent blinguistics.
We also bought some hairbands, so if you'll pardon us,
Savannah has a few buds that would love some Irish adornment for the weekend.
At a dime per clip, this is a quick little project, and great way to clear out all those tiny scraps.
Mix the colors up and have a good time.

2 comments:

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

I love it! And the extra bling just makes it!

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

Sooo cute!! And the little jewel in the center was the perfect touch :)