We went up White Pass, which is above Skagway. It was blustery and rainy. But when we got to the top of the pass, the clouds lifted (somewhat) and the rain stopped momentarily.
Isn’t this gorgeous?
The intricate carving is amazing. Even more amazing is the fact that the native women would chew various plants to create the ‘paint’ for the totem poles.
That’s a whole lot of chewing if you ask me! But then, I guess during the long, dark days of winter that they might not have much else to do!
Thank you to everybody who participated in my link party last week. I have selected three links to feature this week.
First, is this fun zipper purse by Cheryl from Sew Can Do. You can whip this cutie up in 5 minutes!
I love elephants so I absolutely adore the fabric for this little purse. And by the way, the fabric is water proof! This would make a great makeup bag for a granddaughter, don’t you think? Christmas is coming up and this would make a great gift.
Lisa at Hoopla Palooza created them. Isn’t she creative?
Grandkids would enjoy making these little fellas.
Ann from The Apple Street Cottage created this wonderful wind chime out of old keys.
She also has a great tip to keep the plastic fishing line from slipping. She melted it to hold the knot in place.
I am so glad to know that! There have been several times that I’ve used fishing line for a little craft project but the knot kept coming undone. Now I know how to stop that!
Again, thank you, friends, for participating in my link party last week.
- Share up to 3 family friendly links.
- Visit a couple of the links.
- Comment on the links that you visit.
- You could even leave me a comment here! I love hearing from you wonderful folks.
Are you ready? Great. Let’s start partying.