Getting Crafty!

I have always loved arts and crafts. When the opportunity presented itself to have craft classes on the ship, a smile so broad covered my face! It was like heaven. I could entertain, teach hula and crafts! Wow! There were so many things to do! Soon I learned that it was impossible to do many of the crafts in the 45 minute time slot. So, it meant I had to become more and more creative. Which I did. 

This section is dedicated to the crafts I could not do on the ship due to time. There are many different style of lei (in the Hawaiian language, you cannot just add a "S" to make it plural") that require hours to complete. Some of them are very intricate. I would like to offer those to you here. 

As time goes on, there will be many other crafts as well. 

Let's get together and Make Stuff!

If you crafted with us on a cruise ship, you know how much fun it can be. Besides making something we could use, wear or gift, it was just nice being together. Just because we have to stay "safe" at home right now doesn't mean we can't be together! It may not be on a ship, but we can be in the same space and make something nice.  I will be adding crafts as time goes on and we will get together on ZOOM. 

You (or someone) and Your Lei

Judy

Judy

Gardners

Gardners

Julie Southward

Julie Southward