Posts Tagged: brooch

DIY at Got Craft? with Spool of Thread

spoolofthread_spring_2014Familiar faces from the Spool of Thread sewing lounge will be at the upcoming Got Craft? on Saturday, May 10th and Sunday, May 11th, 2014 teaching you how to make your own bow pins. Super cute right?! Bow ties make a great accessory to pin on your jacket or as a last minute Mother’s Day gift – hooray!

Spool of Thread‘s free DIY table has all the supplies and tools needed to make a Bow Pin. They’ll even bring pins so that you can wear your creation right away! The best part of the day is watching everyone match their favourite printed cotton to felt, each colour combination tested with each person coming up with their own spin on the project.

The bow would also be darling as a hair accessory or as a special topper for a gift!

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Spool of Thread DIY table at Got Craft?
Saturday, May 10th and Sunday, May 11th, 2014
10-5pm
Maritime Labour Centre 1880 Triumph Street, Vancouver
$3.00 at the door, Spool of Thread DIY table is free once you’re in

For more information, visit the Got Craft? website here.

wedding wednesday :: the non-“traditional” boutainnaire

wedding wednesday 1wedding wednesday 2wedding wednesday 3wedding wednesday 4wedding wednesday 5wedding wednesday 6The cost of wedding flowers can add up especially if you have a large wedding party. Today’s Wedding Wednesday includes a round up of some super fun non-traditional boutainnaire ideas that won’t break the bank.

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images via {one} 100 layer cake | We Call This Love, {two} Green Wedding Shoes | Jagger Photography, {three} Green Wedding Shoes | Studio Castillero, {three} Style Me Pretty | birds of a feather, {five} Style Me Pretty | Megan Hartley Photography, {six} Cox and Cox, {seven} 100 Layer Cake | Megan Clouse Photography

i love :: handmade romance

Handmade Romance by Evie B. is just too cute. I love the detail she puts into making each bearded boy badge and plush doll. Just in time for Valentine’s Day? Just kidding! Here is her story in her own words (from her etsy profile) …

To this day I carry a permanent indent on my index finger from hours spent clutching pencils while drawing as a child. During these years I spent equal time in both the city and the country. Currently I live in the city of Melbourne, Australia.

During the time I lived in the country (which was well before the wonders of the internet — yep, I’m that old) I had very limited access to the latest clothing stores and outside inspiration. I would dream up outfits to wear to the end of year school dances, and along with the help of my mum we’d create something individual, unique and handmade. It was during this time I also learned the basics of knitting, sewing and crocheting. Thus my romance with all things handmade begun.

Find her here: etsy | blog | facebook | flickr

i love :: lucie ellen

Based in Suffolk, England, Lucie Ellen takes inspiration from girls, the 1940s, birds, 50’s design, teacups and haberdashery to create a line of homewares and jewellery. Using vintage crockery and reclaimed wood that would normally be thrown away, she transform them into brooches, necklaces and earrings.

We’ll take them all please!

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