Crafting Continent

On the Crafting Continent there is

Embroidery End is not the end of Embroidery but the beginning of items to create with Embroidery

Kid County is the place to come and play with crafting projects to do with Kids

Plastic Canvas Place which houses all the Plastic canvas things to make

Trinket Township for 3D doodler ideas and other crafts for teens and adults

Here are the latest projects added to the Continent

Note Holder

  This is a great craft to do with your kids. It allows you to leave them personalized notes or directions. Each child will know who the note is for by the picture on the holder.  You can make each holder personalized by putting a picture that has meaning to each child or family member.… Read More Note Holder

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Owl Clock

  You will need: Clock 2 or 3- plastic canvas 7 mesh (26.5 cm x 34.5 cm) Dark brown yarn Lt Brown yarn Orange yarn White yarn black yarn Optional: 2 small round plastic canvases for the eyes Needle Scissors Optional: crochet hook for eyes Clock Owl Pattern (click to open) The actual size you will… Read More Owl Clock

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Baby Groot

You will need: 4 2cm wide Popsicle sticks Scotch tape Brown or tan crayon Black marker 2 round or one oval black or dark color sticker for the eyes 1 brown pipe cleaner Glue 2 toilet paper rolls Small planter or bucket Optional: Brown clay   Directions: Cut one toilet paper roll in half or… Read More Baby Groot

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Round Tuits – How Can You Get Anything Done Without One?

Round Tuits are the hardest things to own. We all need to get a round tuit for something or other. Before we get into where to get a round tuit, let us identify the different kinds of tuits.   Tuits come in a variety of sizes, colors and shapes. Square Tuits – These tuits have… Read More Round Tuits – How Can You Get Anything Done Without One?

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Round Tuit Coaster

  You will need: A small round 11 cm diamater plastic canvas Red yarn Black yarn needle with a big enough eye for your yarn but fits threw the holes of the plastic canvas   directions; 1- With black yarn starting at the center do a simple cross stitch around until you reach the last… Read More Round Tuit Coaster

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Wooden Owls

  Yes I have more Owls to go in my kitchen.  Let me tell you how this came about.  I think it was about a year ago my oldest son and I were window shopping at our local mall. I had already decorated my kitchen out in owls and my kids had said “Please no… Read More Wooden Owls

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Wooden Owl Plaque

  Supplies: You will need: Large wooden tree plaque Felt in two colors + orange for the feet and beak + white for eyes if not using buttons googly eyes wooden buttons Small amount of yarn that matches the felt colors Tree branch small piece of wood for nose if using wood Thread to match… Read More Wooden Owl Plaque

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Embroidered Washcloth

You will need: embroidery hoop (size to fit your design and towel) washcloth or Towel (your choice in colors) embroidery thread (your choice in colors) printout of name or design you wish to embroider embroidery needle sewing pins scissors Directions: Center printout on top of the washcloth or towel you are using and pin down… Read More Embroidered Washcloth

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I love Reading bookmark

I decided to make a bookmark as a gift. The person who the bookmark is intended for loves to read from real books not ebooks. So I chose to do the I love Reading. Once I chose the theme I decided on the size. I did not want a very large one as I was… Read More I love Reading bookmark

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3D pen note holder

My son asked me a while ago to make him a note holder. You know for those small square papers you use to write notes on. So I took out my 3D pen and made him one. It was not very sturdy but it was cute and he uses it on his desk at home.… Read More 3D pen note holder

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