Hi ! Welcome to all about Me : Monday You might not realize that I run 4 Blogs : So let me explain- Lisa Everyday Life - was the original. My everyday boring life in Louisiana. Revolves around Family. The food I cook , the school we chose and local events & hobbies.( family friendly) [...]
Discover the amazing versatility of beadwork in this scintillating selection of more than 30 projects that you can make in just one weekend. From jewelry and clothing to home accessories and embroidered textiles, there’s something here for every taste and level of ability. Projects include lampshades, decorative candles, fringed throws, embroidered table runners, tassel covers, embellished scarves, hair accessories, and more. Big Book of Weekend Beading teaches an exciting variety of methods, from general beadwork to stringing, bead embroidery, and wirework. Simple projects at the start of each section give beginners an instant taste of success, leading them on to try larger-scale projects and more impressive techniques.
Inside Big Book of Weekend Beading
30 step-by-step beading projects that you can make in just a weekend.
Jewelry, clothing, home accessories, embroidered textiles―there’s something here for everyone.
Projects include lampshades, decorative candles, fringed throws, embroidered table runners, tassel covers, embellished…
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It's National Chocolate Covered Nuts Day ! my favorite item in a box of Chocolate - Lisa book link Whether it’s to satisfy a craving for chocolate or pick up the hottest new bestseller, the locals in charming West Riverdale, Maryland, are heading to Chocolates and Chapters, where everything sold is to die for… Best [...]
Happy Saturday! Out of the house early for a literacy rally at the local college. Get those #2 pencils ready & good luck.lisa Check Instagram for today picture.
happy Friday -my finial day of Celebrating Chinese New Year. But in China it;s a month long celebration -so who knows you may see sum more post. Today it's : Chopsticks History Lesson: In ancient times, chopsticks were called 'Zhu'. At that time, Chinese ancestors liked to steam or boil food. It was difficult [...]