Saturday, December 12, 2009

Dry Spell


So, I ran into a girlfriend of mine at Savers this morning (Hi Jamee:) And she said to me "Girl you need to get a new post up!" And I confessed to her that the truth is, is that I have been going through a creative dry spell.  I have got NOTHING!  And I have been feeling really overwelmed and depressed about it!  It is not like me to not want to be creating constantly! 
She then went on to tell me that her and her crafting group made the flowers I posted about a while ago, and they loved them.  I then mentioned to her I have been making necklaces with them, and she said that I should do a post on them, so here I go!  (Thanks Jamee for giving me the push I needed to get back to blogging!:)

Can you tell by the above picture that I love these flowers?:)  I put them on EVERYTHING!  My clothes, my hair, my girls hair, my shoes, my bags etc!!


I decided to try to make one of those amazing bib necklaces that are all the rage right now, and it is pretty darn easy!  I didn't sew a stitch! I attached clips to the back of the flowers, and used a bowl as a template to cut out some felt

I then used hot glue to attach ribbon to the bib, then just clipped the flowers on.  This way I can change out the flowers to create other necklaces.  The possibilities, and color choices are endless!

Here is how it looks on, soooo simple! 

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Christmas season!  I know it is so hard not to get caught up in the hussle and bustle, the parties, and presents.  I hope we can all remember what we are truly celebrating ~ the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ!!!  I am so thankful to know that through him I can be forgiven for all my faults and failures!!
Hugs,
Sariah

"As we seek Christ, as we follow him, we shall have the Christmas spirit"~Thomas S. Monson

13 comments:

Valencia said...

welcome back! Very pretty necklaces by the way.

Jeppson Clan said...

Beautiful. Please send me a bunch of flowers and a bib. You know my address. You can call it an early birthday present. Love them!

Jill said...

Fabulous! It's oh so very Stella & Dot!
-Jill
***glad you're back :)

jjkjchandler said...

Love it- will have to make me one!!these are my christmas presents to quite a few friends!!

jjkjchandler said...

Love it- will have to make me one!!these are my christmas presents to quite a few friends!!

jjkjchandler said...

Love it- will have to make me one!!these are my christmas presents to quite a few friends!!

Brenna said...

I love the fact that it is interchangable! I am all about multi-purposing! SO pretty, and you make it look oh so good!
Loves!!!

Heidi said...

Love the post! Welcome back - we missed you! Love your Christmas comments - thanks!

peace.love.applesauce said...

It's soooo cute!!

Aweir said...

Sari,
You could dress/fashion an entire small army. ;) Love you! I love how you make everything your own and you wear things so well. Your confidence is amazing. I could never pull off the cutie things you wear cause I couldn't do it mentally! :) Love love love every bit of it!

April said...

Wow!! Those are so amazing! I'm definitely going to have to try them, because they look so fantastic. I guess it also helps to have a beautiful maodel! Love ya!

Lindsey@creativeattempts said...

I am in a bloggin dry spell as well. I just don't have anything exciting to blog about :( But I love the necklace! Also, thanks for the reminder about what Christmas is truly about! Never hurts to get the Word out there as much as possible and that's awesome to share it on your blog!!
Merry Christmas!

linda said...

I just came across your blog!! I was looking at the May dining room and was wondering where you got those cute dishes?? I would love to try to find some for my sister. THANKS!!!