Learned how to do a new fringe so I did a step by step for you guys I finished the scarf I did for my mom for Christmas gift
been looking for some grips for my crochet hooks and can’t seem to find any but i found this video on youtube so going to try this ..hope u enjoy and if you do one or find any please commet below .
ok well i’ve seen alot of these on blogger doing give a ways for these bows ok so i found this video i’m so gonna try this . though the one blog i was reading did these as a hair bow i’m gonna see what i come up with …so here is the video if you make one comment and let me know so i can see your work. enjoy..
Candy canes arrive the day after Halloween, and then you start seeing them everywhere. What perfect little peppermint treats! Of course, candy canes are so common around Christmas, they are easy to overlook when you’re thinking of creative Christmas projects to enjoy with your family. But humble little candy canes can be transformed into a creative and delicious treat, perfect for sharing with family and friends all through the holidays.
We crafted some sweet candy cane art with the kids. Not only will they love making these festive Christmas crafts, they’ll enjoy eating them, too!
Mini candy canes
Waxed paper or parchment paper
Step 1: Line a baking sheet with waxed paper or parchment paper.
Step 2: Lay two mini candy canes next to each other, creating a heart shape.
Step 3: Continue filling the baking sheet with heart shapes.
Step 4: Melt the white and semi-sweet chocolates (in separate bowls), using short intervals in the microwave, or in a double boiler.
Step 5: When the chocolates are melted, spoon or pour each chocolate into a piping bag or thick Ziploc type bag. Cut a tiny bit off one of the corners of each bag. Begin with either flavor of chocolate, and pipe in a layer of chocolate between the arranged candy cane hearts. If you’d like your hearts to have both flavors of chocolate, then layer one kind on top of the other.
Step 6: After filling each heart with one, or both kinds of chocolate, top with sprinkles of your choice.
Step 7: Set the baking sheet of chocolate filled hearts in a cool place while the chocolate cools. Once cool, remove hearts from baking sheet and store in an airtight container.
The candy cane hearts can be stored up to one week (they are edible much longer than that, but the chocolate may begin to lighten after a week).
These delicious treats are perfect as little gifts, or beautiful mixed in with Christmas cookies on a dessert platter.
site where i found this is here
*You can use a variety of yarn types. Sport weight or worsted weight work well. Our sample was made with green worsted weight yarn with silver threads in it.
hey there my crafty friends, well today has been a pretty simple day. We are starting to go though hurricane sandy so the wind has been picking up all day right now wind is about 35 mil hr winds tomorrow will be worse. So i did alot of crocheting today i finished my step-moms scarf for Christmas and now i’m working on one for my niece for Christmas it’s almost done i’ll be doing alot of crocheting if we loose power lol so this will be the last post prob til Thur or Friday. so happy crafting friends
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