Chicago Water Tower and HandBehg Felts

Jul 26, 2011

While sight-see­ing in Down­town Chica­go Ron­da, Chris­tine and I stum­bled upon the Chica­go Water Tow­er. The Chica­go Water Tow­er was built in 1869 and is the sec­ond old­est water tow­er in the Unit­ed States, after the Louisville Water Tow­er in Louisville, Ken­tucky. The archi­tec­ture on this build­ing is awe­some.

While at CHA I came across a felt com­pa­ny called Hand­Be­hg Felts. This com­pa­ny has some of the cutest projects to cre­ate and are so nice. I real­ly enjoyed talk­ing with the own­er and learn­ing about her prod­uct. I will cer­tain­ly be cre­at­ing with some of these prod­ucts for sure.

This was their make-n-take box… I made the cutest flower pin and could have stayed there all day mak­ing more.

A box filled with adorable felt flow­ers.

Adorable felt acorns.

As you can see Hand­BE­HG Felts has adorable projects you can sim­ply cre­ate. I love how col­or­ful their felt pieces are… just made me smile walk­ing in their booth. You can read all about them on their blog or by click­ing here.

I hope you all are stay­ing cool, today because I’m not. We are on our 20 some­thing straight day of 100+ temps. Oh please Mr. Win­ter hur­ry up and come. I can­not wait to see you.


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