Category Archives: Craft

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Summer is the perfect time to get outside and get active with your kids. The keyword in that sentence is with. Just sending your kids outside isn’t the same. I’m talking about you physically being outside with them. They’ll love doing things with you and the attention that you are giving them. You’ll love that they aren’t idling their day away in front of a screen and you might even like the added exercise for yourself, sunshine on your face, and the decreased mess inside the house. I think that kids want to be outside having adventures and building memories, Continue Reading →

10 Tips to Get Outside with your Kids EVERYDAY this summer. You can do it!

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The weather is glorious, so let’s get outside and play a little. A few weeks ago we had friends over and created some amazing blown bubble art. The concept is simple – use food coloring to dye a few bottles of store-bought bubbles different colors and then blow bubbles onto card stock. When the bubbles land and pop they leave behind a gorgeous colored bubble print! The kids loved blowing the bubbles and they were even more surprised when it created a masterpiece to take home. Blown Bubble Art What you need: Store bought bubbles (a jar per child is Continue Reading →

Bubble Blowing Craft for Kids

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Rrrrrrrrrrr you a pirate loving family?! We sure are. I go on lots of adventures with my little boys during the day. We run away from dinosaurs and cheetahs, we are good ninjas who fight “meanie bad guys”, we jump over hot lava, and we are excellent treasure hunting pirates. Grandma gave all of my kids a little bag of gold chocolate coins for St. Patrick’s Day and I’m pretty sure my kids don’t know that there is chocolate hiding inside! We have been using them as pirate treasure all week instead of eating them. I have the kids stay Continue Reading →

Pirate Buried Treasure in a Bottle Game

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I’ve been dying to shares today’s project and it is finally done! I made an instagram photo display out of an old wooden screen door that I found behind the house. FOUND! And the end result is gorgeous. And I’ll show you how to make one of your own too. No old wooden screen doors hanging around? A big frame from the thrift store would work the same. I adore instagram (do you follow me?!). It’s such a fun way to document the every day. And what I love even more is having all of those memories printed and on Continue Reading →

DIY Instagram Photo Display

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I’ve been in desperate need of a new photo backdrop for a long long time. I use the same wooden cutting board that I got at IKEA two years ago over and over and over again. I get crazy and bust out a place mat, a cookie sheet, or just use my retro blue counter tops on occasion, but I’m starting to feel like all of my photos look exactly the same. Photo props and backdrops to food bloggers are like shoes to other women. You can never have too many :) Can you see that same board in all Continue Reading →

DIY Photo Backdrop from a Pallet

bird feeder

This is such a fun little project and I’ve been looking forward to sharing it with you. If you haven’t noticed yet, we have a soft spot in our family for little friends, especially the feathered kind. May came home from kindergarten with a whole page of color photos of birds that are native to Southern Utah and was asked to help with some kind of state-wide bird watch/counting. She’s supposed to keep track of what we see and how many and report back in a few months. It’s been such a fun assignment! We made these simple DIY bird Continue Reading →

Simple DIY Bird Feeder

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Did you all know that Hobby Farms (a magazine to most folks) also has an awesome website? They just launched a craft section of their website called The Craft Hub. I’ve been writing posts for them since September but have been terrible about letting you know. Today I posted some really cute Personalized Magnet Clips that are the perfect way to use photos of friends and family that came with Christmas cards. Enjoy those smiles year round! You can find the full tutorial here. And last month I made some really fun DIY Puzzels from magazines. My kids are so Continue Reading →

Personalized Magnet Clips and DIY Puzzels

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Today I’m over at Lil Luna sharing some amazing cookies. Check out the post (and Kristyn’s fun blog) HERE. And I’ll be starting off the weekend with a BANG, so be sure to check back tonight for an awesome giveaway coming your way!

Guest Post at Lil Luna

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Christmas is in the air and I know I’m not the only one thinking about what to give all the people that I love. We just moved to the tiny town that my husband grew up in. Tiny town life means two things 1) we know and are friends with nearly everyone or 2) we are related to everyone else. My list for friends and neighbor gifts is huge this year so I’ve been pondering on the perfect thing to give that won’t break the bank. That’s where this adorable hot cocoa gift set comes in. All of the jars, Continue Reading →

Hot Cocoa Gift Set

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I can’t believe that Christmas is almost here! If you are like me you are putting the finishing touches on the house, baking all kinds of treats, and buying the last of your gifts. This year I was lucky enough to snag an American Girl doll on a major sale. I paid less than $60 (including shipping!) for the doll, first book, and an extra set of clothes. I’m beyond excited to give such a wonderful gift to my six-year-old. She is going to be so excited on Christmas morning because she’s been asking for a “big doll” for months Continue Reading →

The Ultimate American Girl Acessory Guide: Buy it, Make it, Love it

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For years I have wanted to open an Etsy shop and now it’s something I can check off that list! This Christmas my awesome cousin, Kaber, and I are working together to sell some really fun and really gorgeous laser cut wood ornaments. Kaber runs the laser and I run the shop (photographing, managing, mailing, ect…). We talk all of the time about designs and ideas. The shop has been open for about a week and I’m so pleased to say that we’ve already made a handful of sales! I thought I’d do a little advertising here so that you Continue Reading →

Bless this Mess On Etsy

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Great things are meant to be shared. That’s what this post is… me telling you about something I think is great because I know you are going to love it too. Our family pictures were supposed to be taken today but we got rained out (and it’s way too cold to take a three-week old baby out!). But that isn’t stopping me from thinking about our Christmas cards! I adore sending snail-mail cards, especially at Christmas. Who doesn’t love real mail? And I know my grandparents appreciate getting pictures of the grand-kids to hang on their fridge. Do you take Continue Reading →

Minted + Julep

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Today I’m over at A Southern Fairy Tale sharing a super fun (and easy) hot cocoa gift set! Rachel along a few other ladies have teamed up to bring you thirty days of holiday baking, thirty days of holiday sewing, and thirty days of holiday crafting (link to the other ladies at the bottom of the post…). It’s a really fun group of who are working with an even larger group of bloggers to share some of the cutest holiday inspiration on the web. I signed up to be part of the baking/food gift team and am so glad I Continue Reading →

Bake, Sew, Craft Along

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Hello all! While I’m enjoying the newest (and teeniest) member of our family, I have asked some of my very favorite blogging friends to share some of their absolute favorite posts with you. Thanks so much for reading and enjoy Amy, she’s a lot of fun and a great friend in real life!    I’m so excited to be here today, visiting Melissa’s blog.  I had to chance last April to get to know Melissa in real life, and she is super sweet!  I’m Amy and I blog over at The Happy Scraps.  I am the mom of 4 boys, and Continue Reading →

Fall Porch Awesomeness from The Happy Scraps

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Last week I did a fun guest post over at The Ribbon Retreat. The Ribbon Retreat is an Idaho-based company that sells all lovely things sewing… not just ribbon! I met them at a blogging conference this spring and finally got around to doing a little work with them. They sent me all the supplies for this awesome project (and more!) and I went to town. I need a sign on my craft room door that says “will sew for pretty fabric” because it is so true! So thanks a million Ribbon Retreat… I can’t wait to work on our Continue Reading →

Mummy Trick-or-Treat Bag Tutorial

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I”m over at The Ribbon Retreat Blog today sharing a full tutorial on how to make this adorable mummy trick-or-treat bag! This bag has a secret too… you can add a glow stick over the eyes so that it glows on Halloween night. What kid wouldn’t love that! So pop over and check out the details! And thanks a bunch on all the love for my 10 Secrets to Raising Happy Kids posts. You guys are the best! Have a great day.

Glow in the Dark Mummy Bag

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Summer is upon us and I feel like there are a million reasons to make t-shirts. I”m sure you have some of the same reasons to craft up a t-shirt as I do. You probably have summer camps, VBS, Cub Scout camp, family reunions, vacations, and sports to attend on top of all of the fun holidays like the Fourth of July and your towns annual Strawberry Days. Why not let your kids make some of the t-shirts on their own this year? I posted a freezer paper stencil tutorial last year and I’m used the same method again this Continue Reading →

Freezer Paper Stencil Tutorial

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If you’ve been reading the blog for very long you know that I quite like my mom, who I call Momma (really). She’s a wonderfully genuine woman who taught me how to appreciate what I’ve been given, make do or do without, and if you don’t know how to do it – figure it out. She’s thrifty, smart, and a true ninja when it comes to the sewing machine. She’s been working on a big project for a few months now and asked if I would share it here with you all. She was so sincere when she asked. She Continue Reading →

Mosaic Rose Quilt Top

Easter Scavenger hunt

I did a shout-out yesterday on my FB page for a little Easter scavenger hunt help. My mother-in-law had an idea but we were having a terrible time finding what we were looking for on the internet. We gave up on our search and decided to work on one of our own. It turned out great and I thought I’d share! We took the kids down into a canyon for a wienie roast and they did the scavenger hunt while we got things set up. Before they started we talked about Easter, how exciting and fun it was, and then Continue Reading →

Easter Scavenger Hunt

Spring Paper Rabbits

There are two things that you all know I love: my hutch and spring. Yesterday the two met in happy merriment as I decorated my hutch with spring in mind. I just have to share the pictures with you because they make me happy. That’s not the only thing making me happy today either. My good friend from Becca Marie Designs is helping me with a giveaway today! I’ve been so in love with her rabbit paper dolls that she sells in her Etsy shop lately. And lucky for us, she’s been kind enough to agree to give away some bunnies Continue Reading →

Rabbit Paper Dolls – giveaway

20 Valentine's Day ideas worth sharing

I confessed my love of Valentine’s Day and some of my favorite (and funny) Valentine’s Day memories last week, and I thought it would be fun to bring you a collection of ideas for Valentine’s Day to get you as excited as I am. I asked some of the other ladies who are contributing at I Heart Nap Time to send me the links to their favorite Valentine’s Day posts, and boy did they deliver. Here are some of my favorite and their favorite Valentine projects. Enjoy! Valentines to Give: Felt Valentine Fortune Cookies from Love, Pomegranate House Bubbles Valentine from Bloom Continue Reading →

Collection of Ideas for Valentine’s Day

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It’s Friday, Friday, Friday… (whatever happened to that girl?!). This post ins’t quiet the perfectly executed craft with the perfect pictures to match. This is a real life post with real life pictures to match but it was something I really wanted to share with you. I love Valentine’s Day and I have my whole life. I have a few favorite memories of the day and if you’ll let me I’ll indulge in telling them to you. Memory 1: In second or third grade we were asked to make a Valentine’s mailbox to hold the valentines our friends gave to us. I Continue Reading →

Family Valentine’s Mailbox

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Remember when I showed you my cute hutch decorated for Valentines? Well I mentioned that my kids did the art work at the top. I thought I’d show you how in case you wanted to make something similar. This would be a fun thing to do for a decoration, with a class or preschool group, or to make a big card to send to grandma. Painted Heart Valentine’s Craft for Kids What you’ll need: Heavy card stock or cardboard Washi tape or painter’s tape Paint (we used acrylic but tempra or water color on white paper would probably work well Continue Reading →

Painted Heart Valentine’s Craft for Kids

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Hello! Man, once again, it’s been such a busy week on the blog and I didn’t even post every day. Manually inputting all my recipes is a beast. I’ve been doing that along with reformatting each post from the last year. I took the cheap-skate route for switching to WordPress and that means I’ve needed to put in a lot of my own hours to make things look ok. Phew, it’ll be done by Valentine’s Day I hope. Speaking of Valentine’s Day, do you decorate? The kids and I normally make a few things to hang up, but I’ve never Continue Reading →

How to: Felt Heart Garland

Christmas! It’s really coming. Are you ready? Today I want to show you one of my favorite handmade gifts this year and give you a chance to win one of your very own plus some of my very favorite things. So be sure to enter in the comment section! First up is a simple and beautiful handmade sewing kit. Who doesn’t love gifts in a jar? This is a perfect small gift for all those hard-to-shop-fors on your list. It would be a great thing for a teacher to have on her shelf in case of emergency, drop one in Continue Reading →

DIY Sewing Kit Gift in a Jar plus a Favorite Things Giveaway

My kids love to craft; I’ve trained them well. I wanted them to make some fun things for a friend we visit at the care center in town, for grandma, to send my mom in the mail, and to hang on our fridge. We ended up with a couple of different fun projects that I wanted to share. I also like to have a few fun crafts ready for all of the cousins to work on while dinner is coming together on Thanksgiving Day, so some of these were our trial run for Turkey Day. A few weeks ago I Continue Reading →

5 Easy Turkey Crafts for Kids

I made a mini-bucket list at the beginning of the year of 12 things that I wanted to do in 2012. Here is one of the twelve: 7. Send my sister a super fun and unique package. She is serving a mission for our church in Argentina. I miss that girl and she needs to know it! I wonder what fun things a Sister in Argentina might need. She is pretty random, so I’ve been wanting to send something really odd. I just haven’t decided what it is yet. My dream is to send her a chicken foot or a dehydrated lizard; Continue Reading →

DIY No-Sew Pumpkin Backpack

We’ve been crafting up a storm lately and I thought I’d clump a bunch of the kid projects into one great post.    I’ve definitely trained my kids well when it comes to crafting, and even my three-year-old boy can spend hours cutting, gluing, and drawing at the table next to me. Who needs TV shows when you have glue?! 1. Rainbow Pumpkins We adore magazines and one of our favorites is Oriental Trading. We can spend hours looking at all the fun things for sale. Oriental Trading had these nifty black pumpkins that you can scratch off the black to make a face Continue Reading →

5 Fall Crafts for Kids

If homemade Halloween costumes were on the application for Mother of the Year Award then I think I might win. I adore homemade Halloween costumes and have made them with love each year. I thought I’d share costumes of Halloween past to help get your juices flowing and to show you that they don’t have to be super complicated. We’ve already had many dinner discussions about this years’ costumes because things this cute sure don’t make themselves. One hard thing about the kids getting bigger is that they have opinions of their own, which means they want to be something different every Continue Reading →

Homemade Halloween Costumes for Kids and Families

Hey all. Yesterday I posted a truly great Pineapple Zucchini Bread recipe and used washi tape to make it look great. There’s a great giveaway going on too in which you could win 10 free rolls of washi tape from Downtown Tape. Just visit yesterday’s post (HERE) to enter. Now, if the nummy zucchini bread didn’t convince you of your need for washi tape in your life, then this post surely will. Here is a great way to spruce up some of those homemade canned foods. Cute, huh? So that peach syrup doesn’t really go with bread, but it would Continue Reading →

Washi Tape Canning Lids and Paper Bags

Portable, petite, and pre-packaged aren’t normally words that you think of when tea set comes to mind, but I’m here to change that for you. Remember this post about my first blogger event at Ikea? Well here is what I made with the things that I picked out and the things that I bought. I just love how this came together and what I love more is how much we’ve enjoyed using it.We love having tea parties and now we can take them on the go. This little set is small enough to fit in a backpack and has everything we Continue Reading →

DIY Travel Tea Set

I’m so excited to share this little project with you! Did you know that you can make a super easy painted shirt using freezer paper as a stencil? The beauty of the freezer paper is when ironed on to the shirt, it sticks. The stencil lines comes out nice and crisp. My favorite part is that once I get the stencil on, I can let my kids paint it. They love to help and this controls the chaos well. How to: Painted Shirt with a Freezer Paper Stencil What you’ll need: Freezer paper (sold near the plastic wrap and foil) Continue Reading →

How To: Easy Painted Shirt with a Freezer Paper Stencil

Here’s the tutorial I shared at Brassy Apple last week. I thought I’d post it here before I miss the 4th all together!Good morning ladies. I hope summer is treating you right and you are as excited for the 4th of July as I am. One of my favorite parts of the summer season is all of the parades. Town parades, kid bike rallies, and a plethora of other fun events that drag us out of our cool homes and into the warm sunshine to mingle with neighbors. I adore these types of functions. I wanted to show you a quick, cheap, and Continue Reading →

Patriotic Headbands from a T-shirt

Hey all! I’m sharing a quick, easy, and cheap headband, perfect for the 4th of July, over at Brassy Apple today! Jump on over and see my very first guest post on a fancy blog.You can find the whole post here.

Refashioned Patriotic Headbands @ Brassy Apple

Have you noticed my love of these Dollar Store baskets with a little fabric woven around them yet? Well here’s another one to add to my list.You can use this tutorial to whip up a quick and cute caddie for all of the condiments that need to make it out to the picnic table. Just use some red, white, and/or blue material and you’ve got some cute 4th of July table decor built right in.Happy crafting and thanks for reading.I’m linking this up at:How to Nest for Less

Easy Red White and Blue Condiment Caddie

I’ve been working super hard this week getting ready for Girls Camp which is next week. Girls camp is a yearly outing of all the young women from church who are 12-18 years old. There are about 20 girls from my congregation (or ward in Mormon-speak) who meet up with other young women in the area, totaling around 200 girls for the camp. We are making an hour an a half drive into the mountains to find a little serenity and to hide all of our hootenannies.I grew up attending camp and loved it, so I am more than happy to help out now that Continue Reading →

More Scrap Fabric Baskets

My baby sister turned 15 last month. I’m still in shock over that number; I remember the day she was born. I sent her a cute owl purse that I made for Christmas and I wanted to make a little insert of types to go with it for her birthday. The thinking behind this was that you can attach it to the handle of the purse and then have quick access to the things that are most important: phone, key, chapstick. The owl insert is actually made to fit a smart phone, because my sister is fancy like that, but Continue Reading →

How to: Owl Purse Insert

It’s done! It’s finally done! I now own the kitchen hutch of my dreams. I’ve been wanting, craving, a hutch for years, and now I own it. I’m beyond pleased with how it turned out. I bought this beauty at a garage sale last Saturday for $50. It’s large. Very, very large. It’s just shy of five feet wide and almost seven feet tall. The whole thing is wood except for the back panel which is a laminate panel. Before: After: I did some serious research in preparation to paint this hutch. The most useful site that I found was Centsational Girl. Continue Reading →

How to Paint Furniture without sanding

Happy Friday! I hope the weekend is full of productivity and some tasty treats for you. It’s been almost 6 weeks since we’ve worked on the house. That’s over a month! Tomorrow will be our first day back at it and I couldn’t be more excited. We plan to finish sanding the drywall and hope to texture all of the walls and ceilings tomorrow. If that gets done, we can paint; painting is something I can help with so it might actually get done in a timely manner. :) Anyone else planning on being productive this weekend? What do you have planned? Continue Reading →

Easy Mother’s or Father’s Day Card

Happy Tuesday! Things are so cheerful at my house today. The sun is shining, the babies are happy, and we made my favorite chocolate chips cookies last night for Family Night so they’ve been around to snack on today. A day with chocolate chips cookies just can’t be a bad day, can it?! I am totally consumed by my first major project to sell in an Etsy shop. I am creating a PDF pattern for some adorable stuffed animal baby toys I created. I know that I can do this, but the learning curve is still so steep. Doing things the first time Continue Reading →

Trash to Treasure: Stacked Serving Trays

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Easter is just a few days away but you still have time to make some thoughtful gifts. My mother-in-law is making the little granddaughters Easter dresses and I made them each a bunny to match the dress. They turned out well and I know the girlies will love them. The idea comes from Ginger Cake. This is the same blog that I got the idea for my owl purses from. She’s a genius. You can buy a PDF pattern for the bunnies (or owls). The pattern is emailed to you after you purchase it, so you can buy it now and still Continue Reading →

Easter Bunny Inspiration

Preschool was great today. My theme for the week is bugs and my letter is B. We made bugs blowing in the breeze and the kids loved it. Too cute not to share… I started out by having some die-cuts of the letter B made. I had a friend do it for me at the eementary school. I know there are scrapbook stores and libraries that have die-cut machines that you can pay-per-punch to use. Just ask around. I’m sure there are all kinds of fancy cutting machines that would do this too. I cut the bodies for the bugs, Continue Reading →

Preschool: Bugs and the letter B

Spring is just a positive time of year, isn’t it? I’ve been feeling crusty about our house lately so spending time outside has really helped to make things more bearable. And what is the best part of spring? The flowers, of course. I made these flower drinking straws in honor of spring for a Relief Society dinner at church last week. They were quick and easy but made such a statement. They would be prefect for a cook-out, birthday party, Easter party, or Mom and Daughter tea. How to: Paper Daffodil Straws What you will need: Assorted paper (I used Continue Reading →

How To: Paper Daffodil Straws

This mini paper bunting turned out so cute. I used it for a table decoration for a spring dinner at church. I am hoping to do something similar for a baby shower coming up. I think mini bunting would be the cutest cake topper for my baby’s first birthday cake, too! Plan on seeing this again; I’m in love. How to: Mini Paper Bunting What you will need: Assorted paper Scissors Ribbon (I used 1/4 inch thick satin ribbon) Glue stick Determine how big you want your individual triangles. Mine are about 1.5 inches wide and 1.5 inches long. Cut your Continue Reading →

How to: Mini Paper Bunting

I need some help! I’d like to do some kind of “treasure hunt” for St. Patrick’s Day along with some Leprechaun tricks. This is the first year May is really excited about the holiday, so I plan to take full advantage of her interest. The only trick I can think of is dying a gallon of milk green. What do you all do? Any Leprechaun tricks or good ideas for a scavenger hunt out there? Even though I don’t know how I want the kids to find things, I do know what I want them to find in the end! I made these cute Leprechauns from Continue Reading →

Leprechaun Suckers

While making my heart paper chain for Valentine’s Day, I kept thinking that a similar method could be used for four-leaf clovers. It worked so well! I actually came up with four different paper shamrocks. I used them in a paper chain but they would be a great St. Patrick’s Day craft for kids. You could hang them individually by a string from the ceiling or hide them throughout the house to have your kids hunt for them. How to: Paper Shamrock Chain Here’s what you’ll need: 12×12 inch colored paper (double-sided works great here, but isn’t necessary) scissors or paper cutter Continue Reading →

How to: Paper Shamrock Chain

I am in LOVE with making scrap fabric baskets. They are just turning out so well! I thought I’d show you another one that I put together. The basket is a different type and shape but it still worked so well, and I added handles. My little girl attached herself to this basket and I had to bribe her just to get it away from her to take a picture. This technique could make the cutest Easter basket to match an Easter dress. I’m toying with the idea of making my daughter a dress with a matching basket. I know Continue Reading →

How to: No Sew Scrap Fabric Basket with Handles

The Dollar Store is often the budget killer for me. You go in to get one or two things (like sandwich bags and a pregnancy test…(Yes, they sell them. Isn’t that funny?) and you come out with 42 items. The kids just wanted one little thing each, and oh my, did you know they sell that fancy thing? An hour later I’m checking out and completely shocked at the total. I hope I’m not the only one with this issue. I can’t complain too much though. Living in Themiddleofnowhere means no Target, no Jo-ann’s, and no Michael’s. My only craft supply options within an Continue Reading →

How to: No Sew St. Patrick’s Day Placemat

Giveaway closed. My first guest post! And my first GIVEAWAY! This is so exciting! I’d like you to meet my sister. She’s a fun mother of 3 little men who keep her on her toes (read: high energy boys!). We both got the craftin’ gene from our momma. She’s been kind enough to work her tail off for this post, amid her crazy house. I know you all will love it. AND NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY PART… My sister has agreed to make and give away a personalized cape or apron. She will make it according to the measurements YOU give her. Continue Reading →

How to: Reversible Kid Cape or Apron

I love Dr. Seuss! His birthday is celebrated on March 2 each year. In our school district it is a big deal! They celebrate Dr. Seuss and his writings all week long. Crazy hat day and a lunch of green eggs and ham are just a few of the things they do. I wanted to create a fun shirt for a friend who teaches 2nd grade. The idea for this design was born while watching “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” back in December. When the Grinch’s heart was growing “three times that day,” I thought that would be such a Continue Reading →

How to: I Heart Dr. Seuss T-Shirt with Free Printable

I made a few owl purses recently. They turned out so cute that I wanted to share the idea. I love to sew and feel as though I have a knack for making things up. I found a picture of an owl purse on the internet and then just went at it! The design for the owl comes from Gingercake. She actually sells PDF patterns of all kinds: owl pillows, a cute simple plush elephant, hobo lunch boxes, and those cute crayon holders. Her site is really cute. I recommend checking it out! The little detail that I added was a baby owl Continue Reading →

Owl Purse

I wanted to make some cute baskets for Easter, so I started on this project. I fell in love with the end results and just could not wait until Easter to show you this! The possibilities with this are endless. I was thinking they would be cute inexpensive teacher gifts, baby shower gifts, bookshelf storage, kid’s room storage, or bathroom countertop storage. You can pick any colors combinations and fill them with just about anything! This is such an easy and forgiving craft. This would be great to do with kids too! Go wild, dear reader, go wild! How to: No Continue Reading →

How to: No Sew Scrap Fabric Basket