Creative Links

Creative Links

Creative Links | The Weaving LoomHi friends! I had a long weekend filled with events for my sister’s wedding! Yay! But I’m kind of feeling like the back of an unfinished weaving (too cheesy? I’m actually ok with that).  As I recuperate today from entertaining out of town guests, I wanted to share some creative links that you might like to check out, since you obviously like to create too!

  1. For those who are fiber obsessed like me, check out this post by Amanda that shows how she takes fleece and turns it into yarn! I really would like to try my hand at spinning some day so I found this post to be so interesting.
  2. We’re past my boys’ birthdays for the year, but I’m always looking for a good birthday party idea that would be fun for the kids and hold their interest. The art party that Jen put together for her daughter is the cutest idea! I would love to have my older son do this next year.  That cupcake idea is just too cute!
  3. I find Viktorija’s art to be so fun! It always brings a smile to my face. And this DIY to paint a Plant Portrait using watercolor is no exception to her fun style.
  4. I haven’t done this yet, but I love the idea of getting an old piece of furniture and painting it into something new and exciting! When I finally get the time (or will-power) to do this, I’m definitely following this blog post that has great steps on how to properly paint old wood furniture. I LOVE the orange color Deanne picked!

Don’t worry I’ll be back this week with another exciting weaving tutorial. I’d love for you to fill me in with what you’re working on too! Did you spend your weekend weaving? Or maybe you had a completely different project you’ve started (like painting old furniture). Or maybe you had a perfectly low-key weekend of fun (I’m hoping to have one of those soon!)

Happy Weaving!


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  • Amanda
    October 13, 2015 at 8:00 pm

    Thanks for sharing, Kate! So glad you found my tutorial helpful, and if you do decide to get started with spinning I’ll be happy to help with any questions you have! You know my email 😉
    Also, love all your inspirational blog posts! Your photography is always amazing <3

    • Kate
      October 13, 2015 at 11:21 pm

      Thanks Amanda you’re so sweet. Your post is really cool and when I get around to trying to spin I will reach out…and hopefully not have too many questions.

  • Viktorija
    November 24, 2015 at 5:49 am

    Aw, thank you so much for sharing my DIY googly eyed plant portrait tutorial! 🙂

    Love your blog. <3

    • Kate
      November 24, 2015 at 8:54 am

      Thanks Viktorija! And I love the DIY, it’s so cute 🙂