This clever idea comes from our fellow crafters across the pond. It's tie-dyed tissue paper! To make some, you'll need to gather the following:
Nicole Vaughn whipped up this easy how-to and pattern for a fabric tissue cozy. Great for anyone with allergies, kids, or just a nose.
- Fabric for the inside
- Cordinating fabric for the outside
- Sewing machine and thread
- Cardboard for pattern
First, create a rectangular pattern, 6x7", and cut it out of your fabric. Then copy it onto the outside fabric, adding a bit to each side. Add some trim, sew it up, and sneeze...
Because mi madre lives about 400 miles away, I took the hassle-free route and called a florist to deliver flowers for her special day. But a cool, crafty and inexpensive alternative would have been to make her some of the Crafty Chica’s traditional south-of-the-border tissue paper flowers.
The supplies are minimal and include:
For complete and easy instructions, visit the Crafty Chica’s website. And for...