Tuesday, April 06, 2010

A Lark's Tale Cuff ~


Come on over to Jolie Paquet for the tutorial on
how to make this sweet Spring cuff!

I'm heading out to Art Opera ~ so excited! But if you have any questions, I'm sure I will be able to get to a computer at some point to answer them! Kits are available in my shop if you'd like to purchase, they will ship when I return

Enjoy ~
xo Heidi

12 comments:

Petite Michelle Louise said...

heidi..this cuff is just bee-u-tee-full! thanks for sharing...
~*~michelle~*~

Birds of a Feather said...

kits WILL be available in my shop ~ lol!

LuLu Kellogg said...

How beautiful!

Have a wonderful time at Art Opera. I wish I could attend but my husband is on active orders with the military and I have no one to look after our 5 dogs so I can go. I am sure it's going to be wonderful!

LuLu♥

Theresa @ 612Riverside said...

Love it! I'm headed over there now! Thanks for sharing, Theresa

Jeanne said...

Absolutely adorable Heidi!
xo
jeanne

Cindy (JunqueArt) said...

Have fun Heidi! And thanks so much for the great tutorial on Joli!!!

heidi said...

Hi Heidi,
Wow, this is adorable! I simply MUST make one! Reminds me of the bracelet I made at Silver Bella in '08! Your's is SO pretty!!!
Hugs, Heidi

Scrappy Jessi said...

hey sweetie,
aahhh this is adorable!!!
hey are you coming to sb this year?
oxox,
jess

Valarie said...

I cannot wait to make one of these. They are so beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend.
xxoo Valarie

Carol Mae said...

Just a lovely cuff, and I love all your creative ideas. Blessings, Carol Mae

Jenn said...

Larks as in from a Lark book? I have purchased 2 books published by Lark and I love love them!! I just purchased a little sewing treasure one... I wonder!! =)

New visitor.. going to find your follow button!

pretty and inspiring blog! LOVE the little birds!!

Birds of a Feather said...

Hi Jenn ~ So glad you stopped by! I believe I know of the books you are talking about, but a lark is also a bird ~ I just made up the name of this project - lol! The actual bird (stamp) I used amy not really be a lark ~ hope that make sense! ♥