Craft shows aren’t happening, but I’m still busy making felt goodies! Here’s what I’ve been up to lately for Feed the Fish co.
Pennant Party at Jenny Lemons
I taught pennant making with Jenny Lemons for their virtual craft night. All participants received a pennant kit and craft night snacks, and I demoed a few shapes and letters, plus tassels. I was also the featured maker in their shop for June so they sold my Hurray and Yay! pennants as part of their special edition grad packs and featured my pennant craft on their blog.
Vote – Resist – Yay!
I received a special request to create pennants that faced the other way. This was kind of a trip to make, but they turned out perfect!
Flower Crown Update
My friend Dia spotted one of my crowns and requested a different floral pattern. So instead of making a new one, I gave this lavender-inspired beaut an update, keeping the crown shape, but re-organizing the flowers and adding more leaves. Frolicking ready!
It’s always fun to create custom pennants in fancy fonts! My friend Connie requested this USF pennant for her friend who recently graduated from the University of South Florida.
My friend Roberta (owner of Craft + Work and maker of Rennie Goods) and I collaborated on a special limited edition Pacifica pennant – with metallic gold felt! Ooh la la! Here’s to more collaborative projects with more of my favorite makers!
Hubby does contract work at Salesforce and his company made a thank you slideshow for supporting them through the shelter in place order. He commissioned me to make a Salesforce cloud for a photo prop. It’s always a challenge to create larger letters – it’s more obvious if your lines are off – but it turned out alright. And how fun is this cloud!
My friend Nina of Gooseberry Designs recently moved into a new studio and shop space in Los Gatos and wanted to add some Feed the Fish co flair to her check-out counter. Obvi we had to add a cat head!
So many fun projects! And I already have a few more to share for next time. Crafting is definitely a nice constant that keeps me sane during the pandemic. What’s been on your craft agenda? Share below!