Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Tutorial Thursdays - "Re-Runs"

Welcome for the newest edition of Tutorial Thursdays on Marigolds' Loft.

These were the 3 most visited Posts from last week:



1. Needle-Felted Stars by E Strea Chikitu: The instructions are in Dutch but the pictures are pretty self explanatory, thanks for that :)
2. Egg-Less Brownies by Diana from Diana Rambles: amazing recipe with two, that's right 2 ingredients!!
3. Lemon Bath Salts by Linda from With a Blast: I love this quick and simple bath salt recipe, now where can I buy bulk Epsom Salts?....not that easy here, no Dischem or Pick and Pay :(

Thank you all so much for participating, your links were so wonderfully creative and it is my pleasure to feature them here. 

If you haven't already grabbed a button, please feel free to grab yourself one below :) 

”Marigolds


If you would like the chance to perhaps be featured on next week's Tutorial Thursdays, please link up your recent crafts below. 

I am always thrilled to be able to visit each and every one of the links that I find linked up.

Rules for the Linky Party:
  • Be a Follower of Marigolds' Loft, this is not a MUST, but I would appreciate it :)
  • Grab my button below and showcase it somewhere on your blog OR create a visible link.
  • Do not Link if you are selling something. 
  • Be sure to only link the relevant Blogpost and not your whole blog.
  • Do visit the at least 2 other posts linked below, it is always nice to receive visitors :)
  • In linking below you are giving me the permission to use of your image if it is being featured the following week. If I am unable to use your image I can unfortunately not feature you, even if you are the most visited site.
  • Please note: I will remove content that does not abide by the rules mentioned above.    
   I will showcase the 3 most visited links next Thursday.

”Marigolds

-XXX-

Today I am going to re-share my BlogSwap post that I posted over on Katharinas' Blog in October for those of you who missed out on this tutorial.

So lets' get crafting :) 

I am going to show you how to needle-felt decorations onto a bag.


To make this bag you will need:


A canvas bag
A set of felting needles
Wool to felt with
A felting cushion


1. First copy your image that you are wanting to felt onto the bag. 


2. Insert your felting cushion into the bag (don't forget this step otherwise it will be a very sad crafting day as you will felt your bag together!) 


3. Place some wool over the first area to cover and using the felting needle, continue to go in and out over the wool and the bag creating a texture. 





4. Continue to felt over all the surfaces that you are wanting to “Colour-in” 






5. When you are finished it will look something like this: 


This is what my finished bag looks like. 


Here is the Video version of what I did.


Now it is your turn.

I can't wait to see what you have been up to this week. 
Link up your projects below.
Until next week.
x

I will be sharing this with all my creative Link Ups.  

18 comments:

  1. I like it. Super tutorial and music in this video :-)

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    1. Hi Joanna,
      Thanks, I also love this music, so catchy....
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my Eggless Brownies. You can use a soda with any cake mix too! I grabbed the featured button!

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    1. Hi Diana,
      It is my pleasure thanks for the cool link - up :)
      x

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    2. Natalie,

      My daughter would love this craft, but I am so overwhelmed by her projects that I am not letting her see this! LOL! Right now we are in Pom Pom heaven (or is it hell?) She got a pom pom making kit for her birthday.

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  3. Thank you for the feature and the party, Natalie! {I had to smile re your mention of Pick n Pay and Dischem ... I have 3 PnP within 5 kilometers from my house :-) } but I would gladly trade homes with you !

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    1. Hi Linda,
      It is my pleasure :)
      You have no idea how I miss Dischem :(
      Thanks for linking.
      x

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  4. I bought a needle felted owl last Friday.
    I've never done needle felting so far but now I know how to do it. :-) Where can I buy the needles?

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    1. Hi Regula,
      You can find them at a Coop Heim und Hobby, or Migros DIY. Let me know if you don't come right....
      x

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    1. Hi Crystal,
      It is a pleasure, thanks for joining in the fun.
      x

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  6. That bag is so gorgeous... You are a real gifted lady. Great design and great technique... :)

    hugs x
    Crystelle
    http://www.crystelleboutique.com

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    1. Hi Crystelle,
      You are very kind, thank you for linking up.
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  7. Love this bag! The design looks soft and fuzzy :)

    Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party!

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Paula,
      Thanks also for linking and visiting, I really do appreciate it.
      x

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  8. I would like to invite you to join me at the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/12/clever-chicks-blog-hop-10-rural.html

    I hope you can make it!
    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

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    1. Hi Kathy,
      Thanks for the invite am heading on over right now :)
      Thanks for visiting.
      x

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  9. Hi Natalie. Thanks. I'm so happy. I will take button :-). I hope that tomorrow. :-)

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