Hating to throw any leftovers away, I decided to come up with some fairly quick jewelry to wear for Halloween. A couple of weeks ago when my older grandchildren were here to spend the night, we found our way into my workroom to create something. They really enjoy spending time there and trying out crafting tools and ideas.
Joseph came up with an idea to make some sort of creature that he cut from felt and stitched together with floss, then stuffed and embellished. Maddie was busy cutting out "Halloween" shapes with the Big Shot, decorating them and then stamping and creating Halloween cards.
After their visit, I was back in the workroom sewing up a costume for Tess to wear for "trick & treating". Taking a break to clean up some materials that were left out, I had an "aah-haa" moment. So with bits and pieces of things just laying around, I made a Halloween related choker and a funky flower ring.
Fun jewelry to wear and share. IDEA: Use "glow in the dark" paint and glitter.
If you missed them - easy flower pins from leftovers too.