Information on interior design, making craft projects, and child-proofing cords on Roman Shades will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday and noon on Thursday. (All times are Mountain.)
Lacy Jones will explain how to use a 60-30-10 rule which prevents the use of too many or too few colors in a room. She’s a Visual Coordinator for Havertys Furniture in Lubbock.
Judy Novella is with Fairfield Processing Corp. in Danbury, Conn., and she’s going to show how to make two stuffed projects – sockie snow people and an embossed velvet pillow – and both use products from Fairfield, including Poly-fil, poly-pellets and Soft-Touch.
Terrell Sundermann will give a brief overview of the latest Roman shade safety standards, and then show how to child-proof the exposed cords on the back of a Roman shade. Her business is Terrell Designs in Castle Rock, Colo.
Information on making ribbon flowers and homemade bread will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” noon on Tuesday and 2 p.m. on Saturday. (All times are Mountain.)
Helen Gibb is a designer and author who specializes in making beautiful flowers from a variety of ribbons. She’s going to demonstrate how to make a hydrangea and a delphinium using wide bias silk ribbon and double-headed stamens. Her business is Helen Gibb Designs in Louisville, Colo.
Glenna Vance is the manager of Consumer Relations with Lesaffre Yeast Corp. She will show how to shape homemade bread dough into a loaf, or make a baguette, or turn it into a tea ring or even dinner rolls, as well as share some bread making tips. She’s from Milwaukee, Wis.