Sew Crafty Friday-Quilled Magnets and Thinking Day Projects

Sew Crafty

Shereen at Waiting for Him hosts Sew Crafty Friday.

My husband has been home very sick for the past 2 days. I think he has (had) the flu. You know it’s bad when he stays home from work because he has workaholic tendencies. He is doing better and today is his day off so he will have a few more days to recuperate.

In between taking care of him, which wasn’t too tough because he slept most of the time, and doing our schoolwork, I finished all the magnets for my Blogoversary giveaway. They are in the mail to all but 2 of their recipients, Psalms 16 vs 2 and A Sustained Life (please get in touch with me with your addresses so I can send them out to you) I shared some pictures of them in Monday’s post, but here are they are in progress. I made all the parts to start with then put them together assembly line fashion. All those years working in a factory and doing piecework really paid off. LOL

The completed items:

We’ve also been working on Girl Scout Thinking Day projects too this week.  We aren’t doing countries this year. We are doing states.  I urged our leader to pick Massachusetts because I had lived there for almost 30 years before moving here.

Here is the display board we put together:

And the clay map the Brownies made:

Even though my daughter is a Junior, I am an assistant leader for a Brownie Troop. Tomorrow I will be in charge of the girls.  Our leader’s husband’s father died yesterday, so she won’t be available. .  I ask for prayers for her family. Being in charge of all these girls has me a bit nervous because we have a troop of 23.  I’m sure it will be fine.

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7 Responses to Sew Crafty Friday-Quilled Magnets and Thinking Day Projects

  1. ReviewsbyHeidi says:

    I'll be looking forward to my magnet~ they turned out so neat!

    The display board and clay map look great too. YOU are so creative!


  2. OhPumpkinshellz says:

    I am always so impressed by people who are crafters. I am trying to become a knitter, but so far I can't seem to get past knit and pearl. Cute blog too 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi, Mom2fur of here! Thanks so much for visiting my blog, and the nice comments. I sure wish it was possible to link between different types of blogs, don't you? But I knew I'd find you via Shereen's SCF. You did a great job with the magnets, but I have to say that clay Massachusetts is just awesome!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I'm always so impressed with your projects. I love the magnets. They are just beautiful!


  5. Dad says:

    Good luck with the troop. I'm sure you can handle

    all those girls without any problem. At least the weather is supposed to be better on Saturday.

    Happy to hear that Bill is feeling better. Being an x-workaholic, I can understand his apprehention. Where do you find the time to do all that stuff?

  6. 4sweetums says:

    Thank you! I got my wonderful magnet! I love it and it was so sweet of you to make it for us.



  7. Raesfamily says:

    What beautiful magnets! Thank you for posting the directions.



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