Heartfelt–March Crafts


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heartfelt logoNo need to make an appointment! Drop in anytime during store hours and put your crafting juices to work on some of the fun ideas the Heartfelt staff is presenting this month.  If you have any questions, you can call them at 612-877-8090 or visit them online here.

For Your Very Young Family Members

OFFERED ALL MONTH, DROP IN ANYTIME
No need to sign up ahead of time. Come on in and craft with us!

LITTLE POT OF SPRING GRASS
Decorate a little clay pot with shiny crayons, then fill with soil and sow thickly with
grass seed. Add a cute plant stake, then head for home to water and care for the
soon to sprout crop. As the grass grows, it’s fun to trim with little scissors.
Ages 2 ½ and up. $10.

FELT IN A BAG
Choose wool from our array of colors, making an
abstract design on a cream colored wool base.
Slide your creation into a zip lock bag, add soap and warm
water, and seal well. Then it’s fun to pat rub and pat to make
your felt picture. Ages 2 ½ and up. $10.

RIBBON WIND RING
Tie colorful ribbons onto a wooden ring, then watch them
flutter in the wind. Especially fun when running and twirling!
Ages 2 ½ and up. $10.

Family Crafts

CARROT BABY
This little orange baby is cozy in his fuzzy
sleeping bag and wears such a cute green
hat! Add a string so you can wear him
everywhere. Ages 5 and up. $15.

LANDSCAPE IN A BAG
Using colorful fleece, design a simple
landscape picture, then slide your art into a
ziplock bag. With warm water, soap and a
gentle massage, the wool will soon become
felt—it’s magic! All ages. $10.

PUSSY WILLOW
COTTAGE
Decorate a sweet little fairy
house, using watercolor
sticks, natural trimmings
and pussy willow branches.
Spring has sprung! Allow
one to two hours. Ages 7 to
adult or younger with adult
help. $28.

SOCK BUNNY
Cut, stitch, and stuff a sock into this
silly bunny. He is oh-so-simple to
make and
darling! Ages
4 and up. $15.

LEPRECHAUN
Wrap wool around pipe cleaners to
make his body, and then sew a vest
and jacket for this jaunty little fellow.
Topped with a little felt hat, he is sure
to bring the luck of the Irish your way!
Ages 8 to adult. Allow 1 ½ to 2 hours.
$28.

SWEATER BUNNY
Make a cuddly bunny from a
square of felted wool
sweater—really! This sewing
project is suitable for ages 8
to adult. Allow 2 hours or
more. $28.

EGGS, EGGS, EGGS
We have three different egg decorating options. $10 per half
dozen eggs–add a needle felted nest for an additional $5.

Felted Wool Eggs
♥ Wrap colorful fleece around a
wooden egg, then felt using soap and
water. Ages 6 and up; younger with
grown up helper.

Painted Paper Eggs
♥ Eggs made of pressed paper are
fun and easy to color with acrylic
paints. Ages 6 to adult.
Watercolor Wooden Eggs
♥ Use our watercolor
crayons to color wooden eggs.
All ages.

RAINBOW
TREASURE BOX
Use watercolor crayons to
color a little hinged box, and
then rub with a bit of beeswax
polish. Pick a few glass
treasures to tuck inside. All
ages. $10


(Taken from Heartfelt Newsletter)

 

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About the author

Gianna Kordatzky

I am married to the craziest, most awesome man I know. We have four kids--Ranging in ages from 5-10. You can learn more about my life as a mother and wife at www.giannaraekordatzky.blogspot.com .

I love to throw parties and be with friends. I love to read my Bible and grow closer to God. I love to eat and exercise. I have learned to love coffee.
And I could really use a nap.

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