What's your favorite thing to make yourself?
Cooking, crafting, art, or building... what is your favorite "homemade" thing to do? what do you do with it? give it as a gift, or keep it for personal use, maybe donate it to a charity?
Why do you love making it so much, what is the special meaning behind your passion for doing it?
hand crafted gift cards: it involves a combination of time/heart/creativity....I believe using up your time to create something special for someone is love, when I hear that they still have the card years later, its really a profound and beautiful feeling.
My favorite thing to make would be decorated gift bags and I make them to put Christmas gifts in because I design them exactly for the person I am giving them to.
Definitely making bracelets! I love using Irish Waxed Lined Chord, it's a lovely texture and is very durable! I either sell them (not expensive prices) or give them as gifts at Christmas and birthdays :-)
I like to do many things using my hands, clay sculpture for one, drawing and painting. I cannot say at the moment what I like doing best because I tend to change from one hobby to another. Perhaps a reed curtain? It is fun to make, inexpensive and very useful especially if you live in a sunny climate like I do. I have a hub about how to make a reed curtain.
One of my favorite things to make is baby blankets. I try to make one for all of my family and friends. One year I made lap blankets for the nursing home. I made twenty for them. It is my way of sharing with each a gift from my heart. It is a gift that will be used year after year. They are usually one yard long and have a different backing than the front. I try to make them so that they can be kept as a gift for the child to give to their first child.
I haven't been able to make but one this year. I haven't had the extra cash to buy the material. I am looking forward to being able to do it again.
Pen and ink art would be my favorite thing to do myself. I can make art that fits whatever room or theme I need. I also give it as gifts. The next thing would be hand embroidery, which I also use to decorate my home and to decorate gifts for others.
Recently I have gotten into baby crafts. I love making bibs and other accessories for that are unique and fun for parents-to-be.
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