“With every creative act, you light a fresh candle for a darkened world.”

~Thomas Kinkade

How to make:

Bauble Snowflakes
Button Bauble Bracelet
Candy Ipod
 Chick and the Egg
Clear Glass Ornaments
Clear Glass Ornaments 2
Clear Glass Ornaments 3

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Confetti Crayons
Counterfeit Foliage
Covered Clipboards

Crayon Leaf Mobile
Easy Origami Envelope


Family Advent Calendar
Family Faces Match-Up
Fancy-Schmancy Paper Snowflakes
Felt Ornaments

 Flag Windchime

Flower Baby Headbands

Ginger Bread Houses
Glass Pebble Magnets
Grateful Tree
Gum Wrapper Chains
Indian Corn Napkin Holders
Lucky Blocks
Manger Babies
Matchbox Advent Calendar
Mosiac Paper Beads

Mother’s Day Coupon Book
Music Stick
Noodle Angels
Party “Crackers”
Personal History Prompt Jar


Personal Indian Placecards
Personal Pilgrim Placecards
Photo Journal
Rice Pillow
Scrabble Tile Pendants
Seed Paper

Silk Tie Easter Eggs
Sock Top Totes
Soma Cube


Sparkly stars

Steiner Baby
T-Shirt Yarn
Thankful Pie
Tinsel Trees
Tissue Paper Crowns
Twelve Days of Christmas–Nativity

Woolly Sheep


8 Replies to “Crafting”

  1. THIS list makes me happy! 🙂 It makes me want to DO something!!! Heh! Thanks for all the great info!

  2. Thanks for the awesome blog. I appreciate your patterns, oh if only I could crochet! 🙁 but then I found out you don’t have to know how to crochet to enter the Celestial Kingdom so I was a lot happier!! 🙂 Now I have to work on that ‘envy’ thing, for people who do! LOL In all seriousness, your site is wonderful, warm and inviting, thanks so much for sharing.
    You really live that close to the Temple? How great is that? I live five minutes from mine, but it will be closing in a few months, to redo/rebuild, which I’m excited about, but I sure will miss not being able to get there so quick.
    Once again, thanks, have a beautiful and blessed day.
    Warm regards, Karen

  3. But you CAN crochet!! There are the sweetest little tutorials at the bottom of the crafting page. That should help. But be really careful about the Celestial Kingdom thing–I mean, you never know! hahaha. The temple isn’t right out my window or anything, but compared to my sweet son who spent two years in Lithuania and ZERO temples…we are sooo blessed. Thanks for being here Karen!

  4. I love your crochet ideas! I was recently introduced to Gracious Rain and already I have found so many amazing patterns. It’s always fun to find other people who love to do the same things that I do.

  5. You are amazing! I can crochet, and I have crocheted . . . about 4 items in my whole life! I’d rather do other things, but I really do love looking at and appreciating other people’s skills and talents.

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