Friday, November 6, 2009

Come to the Party...

I'm doing a guest post at Edie's today, so come visit The 12 Days of Handmade Christmas Party! I'm posting about tassels, wish me luck!
Hope to see you there!

13 comments:

edie said...

Oh it turned out just fantastic Ms.Mandi! Thanks so much, I know those tutorials are not that easy to do. I really REALLY hope to meet you IRL someday!
Hugs,
edie

sara@augustfields said...

that was a fabulous tutorial! i really do want to try this one :) :) thanks for taking the time to show all the details! your boys are adorable!

Deb said...

Visiting from Edie's blog..thanks so much for the wonderful tassel tutorial--those are so cute!! Can't wait to go shopping for supplies :)

Kelli said...

I saw that this morning and I was so excited to see your face on there. Congrats!

Empty Nest Full Life said...

Love the tassel tutorial, and I think I have everything on hand to get started except for the candle cups. I think my Christmas gifts may get one on the outside of the packages. Can't wait to read some of your other great posts. Jackie

Melissa Stover said...

great tutorial. i can't wait to try it!

Kendra @ Domestic Princess in Training said...

Look at you….I didn’t know you were a tassle gal! I love how yours turned out!!! I was just at JoAnns (who is having a 50% sale on all home d├ęcor trims by the way) and had a cart full of fun things to make a tassel with. I bought this cute little penguin at Garden Ridge a few weeks back that I wanted to turn into a tassel. I was looking through my pile of options got stressed out and put everything back. I had no idea how much to by or how I was going to layer it. Well you’re tutorial has pointed in the right direction. I’ve never seen it done with a wooden thing (whatever it’s called). The one I was going to attempt was a style I saw formed out of a sippy cup. I like your method much better!
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Stacie said...

You did good, girl! Thanks for sharing!

BlueCastle said...

Great job, Mandi and congratulations! :)

Melissa Stover said...

i've been looking around and i love your blog. added you to my reader.

Donna said...

Mandi, Thank you so much for your wonderful tutorial!!! I really love all the ones you have made and can't wait to try making one. Blessings to you and you family for a wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas season. Love, Donna

Sarah said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I love, Love, L-O-V-E it! God's blessings on your weekend, Sarah :D

Cindy said...

How fun! Now I have another project I have to do. Thanks for the Tut.Have a fab weekend.

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