Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Made It {Almost on} Monday & June Craft Exchange

I must admit that I was being a little lazy yesterday once I got back home from the eye doctor, the post office, Wal-Mart, and about 5 other errands.  So...I did not get this posted yesterday.

We'll just pretend it's Made It Monday Tuesday this week as I'm linking up with 4th Grade Frolics.



I'll be linking this up with Craftaholics Anonymous as well because this is what I made for the person I drew in the June Craft Exchange, Katyn.





I really, really hope she likes it!  She listed that she likes blues and greens and interesting yarns.  This is what popped into my head.


I made a nifty little slideshow since I didn't think a real detailed How-To on wrapping some yarn around a wooden letter would be necessary.




I love the way it turned out!  In fact, I'm trying to figure out where I can put one I make for myself!


Enjoy :)

Making It {and smiling},




15 comments:

  1. I am LOVING this! It turned out great! I'm sure your exchange partner will love it. I added myself to their mailing list so I can do this in the fall! :]

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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    1. Thanks, Sara! It's a lot of fun to participate in!

      Thanks for stopping by. :)

      ~Michelle

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  2. Hey Michelle! Love it! It turned out so nice. The colors are awesome! I'm sure your exchange person will love it! You could hang one of those on your door at home, put it in your classroom....anywhere:) Thanks for linking up:)))

    4th Grade Frolics

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    1. Thanks, Tara! I hope she will. I love linking up with your Made It Mondays...even if I am a day late. ;-)

      ~Michelle

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  3. That is very cute, and you are so creative! Thanks for the idea!

    Emily
    I Love My Classroom
    www.ilovemyclassroom.blogspot.com

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    1. How sweet of you, Emily! I enjoy crafting quite a bit!

      Thanks so much for stopping by. :)

      ~Michelle

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    1. Thanks, Corrina!

      No frame. I thought that would give some flexibility for sitting it on a shelf or hanging on the wall.

      I appreciate you stopping by!

      ~Michelle

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  5. I made my first yarn wreath this past week and oh my goodness I did not realize how long it would take me to wrap the yarn around the wreath. Your letter turned out super cute!
    Alana
    Special Teaching in the Middle

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    1. Thanks, Alana! It does not some time, doesn't it! At least it's not a difficult craft to do.

      Thanks for coming by!

      ~Michelle

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  6. Love your blog! You have so many great ideas!

    I have given you an award...come on over and check it out!

    Jessica
    The Polka-dotted Teacher

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    1. Thanks, Jessica! I'll head over and check it out now. :)

      ~Michelle

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  7. Oh, oh!
    You're very popular - I've also selected you to receive an award!
    Please visit me to grab your award, and read all about it!

    Queen Bee
    On the Road to Accomplished Teaching

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    1. LOL...thanks, Queen Bee! You are too sweet!

      Heading over to read it now. :)

      ~Michelle

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  8. I love your N! Awesome job! My friend teaches middle school, and she just said she was jealous of all the elementary school blogs out there. I am going to pass your blog onto her. She will be so excited! :)


    Delighted in Second
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