Happy Monday morning! We had a nice weekend with some beautiful weather on Saturday! We spent a lot of time outside! We’re all so very excited about spring and the beautiful weather that comes with it. We’re also getting excited about Easter and I’m excited about the new Easter basket initial tags I whipped up for the girls’ baskets!
They have matching Easter baskets (which I love!) and even though I can tell them apart by what is in them come Easter morning I wanted to personalize them just a bit, so I made this cute initial tags and they were such an easy project.
I raided my felt stash for this project. Felt is great for this because it doesn’t fray! And as much as I love to sew, this is a no sew project.
I cheated a little bit and used my Big Shot to cut out my shapes and letters, but you can easily freehand them, trace them, or make freezer paper stencils to cut them out if you don’t have a die cutting machine. But before you get cutting you need to add a little bit of double sided fusible web such as Heat’n’Bond. Use a low temperature so you don’t scorch your felt!
Once your shape is cut, peel the paper baking off and iron it to the under piece of your tag.
Iron them one layer at a time until you’ve got your 3 layers attached.
Take a needle and some embroidery floss and thread it through the top for hanging. Then just loop it on your basket handle and you can now tell the baskets apart!
The girls loved watching me make these (and Cupcake just wanted me to keep cutting things out with the die cutting machine!) but even more they loved seeing them hanging on the baskets.
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Not only did the girls make ornaments this year, but I did, too. Actually this is the second year in a row I’ve made painted and pearl ornaments, but this time I took pictures to share!!
I make these painted and pearl ornaments for my sorority sisters, but you could put a name or initials, oh, how cute would a monogram be on these? (more…)
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Kid Craft project for you guys! This was a fun project the girls and I made for the holiday season, salt dough ornaments!
Cupcake and I have made salt dough ornaments once before, but we thought we’d give it another go and get Pumpkin in on the action, too. Oh, and I had some fun as well. (more…)
How about a little crafty inspiration for the weekend? Know anyone having a baby soon and need a gift? How about a self binding blanket? I just whipped one up for a baby on the way and of course wanted to share. So let’s get started.
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So, the tutorial I’ve been talking about for weeks is finally here! My model spilled cherry yogurt down her brand new dress, which meant an immediate wardrobe change was necessary, so I used that to my advantage to snap a few pictures of her in the tiered boho skirt I made her!
This whole project came about because my mom bought me a sewing book at the used book store for super cheap. It had an adorable tiered skirt in a chambray fabric. I set out to make one for Cupcake and one for my niece. Turns out the patterns from the book are horrible. They don’t print out right. Amazon reviews confirmed what I experienced. So I scrapped the idea. But a few weeks later I just couldn’t get the cute skirt out of my head, so I whipped one up my own way. (more…)