Crafts Lifestyle

Crafty Kenlie

I’ve been quiet here over the last few weeks, but I’ve been blogging in other places. I wrote a post about Old Navy on the PlusInc blog, and I wrote an article about my love for Richard Simmons on Last week the Today Show talked about Richard, and a friend sent me this photo from the segment. I had never seen it, but I remember that day. It made me smile, and I want to wish Richard every happiness. I’m praying for his healing too.

Richard Simmons Today Show and Kenlie

The month started with a bit of stress, but most of it has subsided. Now I’m in holiday mode, and I cannot wait to finish decorating for Christmas. I’ve been baking cookies, which is something that I do at this time of year. (I’ll share some photos soon.)

I’ve also been making wreaths. I sold a few last week, which is great because it means that I get to make more wreaths. I’ve been knitting too, which is also good because it keeps my hands busy.

Crafting has always been a pretty big part of my life, but lately I’ve been reminded of how much I love it! Cookie art aside, crafting keeps me from mindlessly snacking, which is a double-win.

Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath

red and silver deco mesh wreath



Thanksgiving is almost here. The end of the semester will be here before I know it, and that means that I have to manage my time well so that I’m not stressing over exams and papers two weeks from now.

Happy (almost) holidays!

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    November 25, 2014 at 12:57 am

    That picture of you and Richard Simmons is adorable. I hope he’s okay.

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      December 3, 2014 at 3:58 pm

      Thanks! I had never seen it until the Today Show aired it so I’m glad they did.

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    November 25, 2014 at 12:58 am

    Your wreaths are positively gorgeous. The dark red and green one os my favorite.

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      December 3, 2014 at 3:58 pm

      Thanks! I enjoy making them…obviously. lol

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    November 25, 2014 at 12:59 am

    I hope Richard Simmons is back in action soon. His heart is a more powerful tool for change than anything his workouts could ever provide.

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      December 3, 2014 at 3:59 pm

      He’s amazing, and I hope he’s better soon too!

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