I was drinking Chinese tea on Sunday and decided to film my tea pet spraying water. 🙂 He’s a tiny pig made out of Yixing clay.
I made a miniature felted rose under a glass dome! This is part two in my “Little Prince” series. The sickly sheep is here.
I gave this to a close friend as a present 🙂
I made an ointment for the first time! This was for my battered hands.
Ingredients: beeswax, unrefined shea butter, grape seed and pomegranate seed oil, lavender and rosewood essential oils.
I put too little beeswax and too much carrier oil so it ended being really soft. Works well except for being rather greasy so I use it before bed. Will put more beeswax and less oil next time. I don’t really like the smell of rosewood but am trying to use it up. Despite all the essential oils I put in it, the smoky, nutty smell of the shea butter was still quite strong.
Am wondering if I could use this to polish wood…
I poked it as it was setting in the refrigerator, That’s why you see a smudge..Ughh
Last month’s 4 oz. Falklands handpaint has finally been plied and finished! If you remember, it originally looked like this:
This braid had a melange of colors and I tried to separate the main colors but there was some blending and muddiness because of the way it was dyed. I then chain-plied everything. This was my first attempt at chain-plying.
Needle-felted Sheep Bag Charm
Well, I needle-felted one but I never needle-felted an animal before so I’m afraid this sheep looks a bit…sickly…perhaps.
In honor of the famous scene from Le Petit Prince.