I could still remember doing cross-stitch at my Home Economics class. Our teacher would give us the pattern, an aida cloth, and a yard long of each DMC thread; and expect the project to be finished by the end of the quarter. My project would end up late and messy. Sometimes, I would even treat one of my classmates snacks in exchange for doing my project (C’mon! You’ve done it too!).
I love colorful crafts but I’m not the type of person who would sit for hours every day for a month or even a year for just one project. Much more now that I’m a full-time / work-at-home mom. Expect me to multi-task everyday.
However, I’ve seen a lot of easy crafts from Pinterest using DMC threads; guess what, it’s not that boring as I thought. As a matter of fact, I already listed some crafts I would like to try.
No rules here just creativity; and I bet Ren would also enjoy this project.
I’m tired of the look of my old phone case, guess I’ll be personalizing it and maybe make a small business out of it.
Now I could do a make over for my old jeans and make them look stylish again. One thing that is good about the DMC threads is that they don’t fade easily.
I would love to make this for Ren. Maybe draw Minecraft or Transformers.
Give your old sandals a new look by wrapping different colors of DMC threads on the straps. I saw some DMC embroidery floss online and it interests me.
If only teaching these crafts were as creative as it were today, I could’ve enjoyed it years ago.
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