I finally finished Birds of a Feather "Good Things" I stitched on Cashel linen, 28ct Putty using Sampler threads and DMC.
Now for the recipe please read the whole thing before you start.
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
Add water, a little at a time, stir, add a little more flour it it gets too sticky.
knead the dough until it is soft and smooth, with no lumps.
After you make the figures, place them on a cookie sheet with aluminium foil. Low heat 200 F bake till hard, if they are still a little damp on the bottom it will dry nice in the sun. The girls figures were left in the oven for about 3 hrs. depending the size, they were still kind of soft on the bottom, but painted them anyway. The girls also wet the parts with a brush and water to make them stick together.The dough is safe for all ages, if they like salt, lol.
Let cool before painting, you can also use a clear shiny glaze coating too. So do you want to the the results....
Oh! wait a minute I received two awards
The first by Sally
And the second by Dawn B.The idea of blogging is cool enough, but then to do it with a touch of 'kreativity' is fun! I've seen so many outstanding blogs, some simple, others more complex, and enjoy so many of them for what makes them unique. A person's blog style, color choice, and content allows us to know more about each other across the miles and foster friendships. So I humbly accept these awards for whatever reason makes me 'kreativ' and passing it onto these 5 'kreativ's' :You can accept this award and pass it on to five. Linking back to the person whom gave it to you.
I spent alot of time scanning blogs and each and everyone I choose had at least one of these two awards.
Now I will show the little critters.
It will be interesting what your little future artist create.
Thank You all for visiting me and leaving comments and e-mails, I do enjoy them.
Happy Stitching! and Don't forget to floss!
P.S. The Spooky Row alphabet is NOT glow-in-the-dark thread.