Raffia Carrots for Easter

Searching the stores I couldn’t find any decent looking faux carrots to go with my Easter decor, so I picked up some supplies from CuriousCountryCreations.com and came up with my own… and of course, I made a tutorial for all of you, so you can make your own fake carrots too!  Better yet, they’re super […]

Boxwood Wreath Tutorial

Here’s how to make your own Preserved Boxwood Wreath, beautiful in Spring, but perfect for any season because it won’t lose it’s color, and embellishments can easily be changed for different holidays or times of the year. First, gather your materials.  You will need: A birch or grapevine wreath form in your desired size (ours […]

Decorate for Spring

Does January have you feeling blue?  It seems like as soon as the Holiday decorations and lights come down the rest of the winter season seems to drag by and everything looks drab and boring.  But, spring is just around the corner!  It won’t be long until bulbs and spring flowers start poking their first […]

Rose Parade

Several months ago we were contacted by the South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade committee and asked if we could provide cotton for their Parade float.  We have carried Dried Cotton Stalks and Cotton Bolls for a long time, but not bulk cotton.  However, we contacted our cotton supplier and were able to make this […]

The Host Movie – Wheat Field

Several months ago CuriousCountryCreations.com was contacted by one of the set designers working on the movie “The Host” based on the book of the same name by Stephenie Meyers (Author of the best selling Twilight Series.) The movie stars actors Saoirse Ronan, Diane Kruger, Max Irons, Jake Abel, William Hurt, Frances Fisher, Chandler Canterbury and […]

DIY Printing on TShirts

A few weeks ago I was making TShirts for a group of teenage girls for their summer camp.  I had very little budget and knew it needed to be a do-it-yourself project rather than just order screenprinting.  I looked into making a silk screen or even borrowing a friends Yudu machine to do it, but […]