First off, I just want to say thanks so much for your amazing response to the giveaway. Holy mack. I’m beside myself with glee! And I had no idea of the widespread love of cerulean. Question. What is cerulean? Yes, I know it’s a colour. But from which end of the spectrum? Is it a red? A green? A yellow? I literally have no idea. Research will be required for this one. I have a ceru-ious gap in my crafty knowledge. Tee hee.
Anyway, as you can see, the boy and I are finished the dozen bracelet/cuffs pledged for Craft Hope’s Project 12! Remember these? We started them here with the boy’s designs…
We did an update and tutorial here (in case you want to give them a go)…
And FINALLY, we put our finishing touches on them today, and sent ’em off! Joys!
Oh and in case you’re wondering about Craft Hope’s Project 12, all the details can be found at Craft Hope. This is a lovely opportunity to get kids involved in helping other kids. Check it out.
Now have yourself a super-day. I’ll be back Friday to announce the lucky giveaway winner!
You are so funny! I have no idea what cerulean is either – will have to reach for that panetone deck.
Your cuff's turned out beautiful – what a wonderful project to undertake with your little guy.
Gwen @ Gwenny Penny says
These are fantastic, and you are making a big group of children very happy. I love the bicycle.
Michele Pacey says
Amy from During Quiet Time said…
Blogger isn't letting me comment on other blogs at the moment but your cuffs are lovely and I am sure that the boy is proud!
Hopefully I will be able to comment soon!
Michelle L. says
These are so very sweet and kid friendly – yet super sophisticated!!! The little people who receive these will own a work of art, made by two talented artists!
They look fantastic Michele! I love the little dog and the bike!
Amazing. These are just so fabulous. Well done Michelle and boy of Michelle!!! Creativity is definitely on the run in your family.
The Answer Is Chocolate says
These are wonderful Michele. I know the kids will treasure them!
The cuffs are lovely! I'm sure they will be enjoyed.
Loving these Cuff's Michele….well done you x
Mrs A. says
Super little cuffs and thanks for the Tutorial. Hugs Mrs A.
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [26 May 02:15am GMT]. Thanks, Maria
Oh my goodness, what a lovely project 🙂 They are nifty all by themselves, but knowing that your little one helped in their creation AND they are for a good cause, well, who could ask for more? Well done!
Don't you love Craft Hope? I made bracelets with the primary children at church for our Mother's Day activity- they loved to make something for children without mothers for Mother's Day. Carin who is organizing is amazing. There are so many great people out there just waiting to do good in the world.
seems easy but I'm horrible with needles. Can we stick with glue? ja, ja… Or nails? i´m crazy. Kisses for all your family and for you, of course.
Bego (blogger is ill!)
I just have to repeat myself: i love the designs! Especially the little bike is just too cool and too cute 🙂
They look great on the cuffs!
Sewing Daisies says
ooo they all so cute, but I love the ones with thedog motif…. Have you thought of doing puppy cuffs for those little pampered pooches out there?! 😀
Re Use says
Hi…I was wondering if you have a free printable pattern for this lovely cuff or are you selling them? Thank you!
Michele Pacey says
Hi Anonymous, I'm not selling them, unfortunately. There is the tutorial that shows how we made ours however. Here's the link:
Hope that helps!