Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Crafts and Cooking

If I posted a comment on your blog, then most likely you are looking for either my cooking blog, Amanda's Cookin', or my craft blog, Crafts by Amanda.

See you there :)

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Santas, Elves, Gingerbread and other Christmas crafts

These are some of my published Santa crafts. Will be adding to this after combing through Kaboose. 

A Whimsical Wooden Santa - This rosy-cheeked Santa Claus can be put together in less than an hour. These are wonderful accents for your dinner table or fireplace mantel.

Clay Pot Santa & Mrs. Claus - Santa & Mrs. Claus are ready to bring joy to all the girls and boys. What a fun way to say Merry Christmas to your holiday host, your child's teacher, or a member of your family.

No Sew Country Santa - This Santa is a great addition to any wall, sitting next to the fireplace, or atop a shelf. He's soft enough to cuddle too!

Clay Pot Elf - Santa's helpers are busy making presents for all the good boys and girls. This little elf is no exception! It's a tough job being Santa's Head Elf, but someone has to do it! This little guy takes his job quite seriously.

Clay Pot Gingerbread Pals - These gingerbread are too cute to eat! If you are looking for an easy holiday craft, this could very well be the answer you've been searching for.

Clay Pot Rudolph - Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Had a Very Shiny Nose! This cute little reindeer will bring smiles all winter long. Make the matching snowman for a fun set to display this year.

Salt Dough Christmas Trees - If you are looking for a fun project that doubles as a really cute decoration, try your hand at these salt dough Christmas trees. Easy to make, fun to decorate, and so many different possibilities!

Santa's Clothesline - When Santa gets home from his long trip around the world, his clothes are sure to be damp from tromping through the snow! So what does Santa do with those wet clothes? He hangs them on his clothesline of course! This craft makes a cute decoration, you can even drape it on the tree.

Coffee Creamer Santa - Ho Ho Ho! As Christmas quickly approaches, do you find yourself in need of some new decorations? Instead of running out and spending yet more money, look around your kitchen for the perfect holiday craft.

Fun Winter Cookie Pops - If you are looking for a fun and easy recipe to do with the kids, try these deliciously simple Winter Cookie Pops. The kids will smile and giggle while making these treats, and will have something fun to give to family and friends!

Light Bulb Santa - This ornament is a classic and can be designed in
your own special style. In our creation, you'll find that you
only need a small handful of supplies to create this
whimsical Santa!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

A blog as a portfolio

One of these days I will get this blog set up and use it as my work and craft portfolio. But for now I just wanted to save the name LOL