So I've been chosen, inexplicably, to host the Humorbloggers Craft Day over at Humorbloggers.com. Strange, I know. They say I was short-listed, but I have to wonder.
Anyway, once I found out that I was in charge of teaching lots of humorbloggers how to, well, make stuff, I dug out my trusty go-to craft bible:
Which, naturally, helped me decide on which craft to highlight for today's tutorial, based on the known capability of the reading audience. Hence, I settled on the "Facecloth Buddy", a new home-made best friend for anyone who doesn't really have any. Friends, that is. Not facecloths. You need to have lots of facecloths.
Step 1: Have a facecloth.
Step 2: Have another face cloth.
Step 3: Draw a relatively face-like face on at least one of the facecloths, preferably out of old, half-dried-out, cheap markers. It all adds to your new friend's rustic charm.
Step 4: Sew the two facecloths together along the seams, with possibly more facecloths added as filling, with the face on the facecloth facing out facewards.
Step 5: Take with you everywhere in life. For serious.
I hope this in-depth tutorial was as helpful as it was elegant, everyone. Althought I tried to make this classic art project as fool-proof as possible, I'm not expecting much out of you lot. Frankly, I'll give you a passing grade if you even know what a facecloth is. Anything else is just a bonus, really.
Send in pictures if you want an actual grade given to your summer school project! Otherwise, just check in at humorbloggers.com daily for the next couple days to continue on our Summer Camp Carnival Super Gypsy Homeless Tour!
Now let's take a second to see what other "special" craft projects your favourite humorbloggers are up to:
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