Make : Grow : Thrift

A big thank you to everyone who has been playing along in 
 Make : Grow : Thrift.
You don't need to participate every week, only when you have something you would like to share.

This week I finished a project I started a little while ago with Miss 9 (you can see how it started here!).  Using this tutorial, what started off as lampshades turned into string tea light holders for the garden.
We made a few different varieties with some having ribbon and coloured wool.

I followed the instructions of the tutorial and it all works.  It was a lot of work but fun and something the kids can join in with.

Each Monday you can link to a post on your blog sharing with us something that is handmade, homegrown, homemade (such as a recipe) or recycled/thrifted.

This does not need to be craft or sewing based. This is all about making our lives a little greener week by week.

 Did you have something that was Made : Grown : Thrifted this week? 
Please share below, we would love to hear about it. 

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Maria said...

Those tea lights look lovely. How creative you and your daughter are Jodie :-)

Catherine said...

Wow Jodie - that looks great! I'd love to make something like that for my entry hall, it's on the list!

Tiff said...

How cool! Love it Jodie! X