Felt with the Heart Recipe Swap

The most beautiful things in the world
cannot be seen or even touched,
they must be felt with the heart.
~ Helen Keller

Catered Crop Recipe Swap Button

 

 

I’m almost sad to see the Rickety Rack challenge end. I loved watching all the different ways you all incorporated rickrack into your projects. You are all amazing. Congratulations to Lisa Minckler and Rebecca Lynn. You’re invited to join our Top Chef designers in next Sunday’s Quickfire and grab the Winning Recipe button.

Congratulations also to player #20, Deanne Clark-Saunders. You’ve won seven digital images from Bugaboo Stamps. Just e-mail me through my contact page, here, and I’ll get you hooked up.

I have an obsession with felt. It’s so warm and fuzzy. I hope you share the same obsession because our next Catered Crop Recipe Swap is felt.

Here’s how we roll . . .

  • Just use felt somewhere in your project.
  • Include a link to us at Catered Crop or just add our button, which you can grab on our sidebar or at our {button gallery}.
  • Link up and link often, but be sure you link up by 8:00 PM EST on Saturday, June 9.
  • Keep the party hopping by visiting the other players and leaving comments.
  • Check  back with us on June 10 to see if you’ve won an opportunity to be a guest designer or a prize from a sponsor.

Need some ideas? Here’s a whole gallery of creative ways to use felt in your projects. You can click on the inspiration board above to go to a Pinterest board with the sources of these pictures and more gorgeous ideas and brilliant tutorials.

 

We have an amazing gourmet ingredient for you to sample. It just Felt so good when Benzie Bazaar joined us. Yep, a randomly selected participant will win a 30, 6″ x 9″ sheets of wool felt. You get to choose from any of the 80 yummy colors, and Benzie ships all over the world, so it’s fun for everyone. You can begin curating your own Benzie Bazaar collection here.

Renae’s felt is luscious and luxurious. Unlike its synthetic craft store counterparts it’s resistant to pilling and pulling, is beautiful to look at and equally wonderful to work with. Manufactured in the USA with wool from Australian sheep her felt pulls off any detail scissor work and runs through die-cutters beautifully. After I got my hands on it last year, it’s honestly the only felt I use. I’m so excited to share it with you.

Renee has curated a fabulous collection of felt projects on her Pinterest boards. And, you can see you latest creations at Benzie Handmade.

 Be sure to come back Sunday, June 3, to see what our Chefs have dished up for you with their felt.


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