I loved making this super fun utility apron from Mandy's great tutorial on her blog Sugar Bee Crafts. I think her pattern worked great, and my apron turned out so cute! I can't wait to wear it for My next craft fair!!!
Friday, January 27, 2012
I saw this fun idea to stamp on a onesie over at see Kate sew so I decided to try it. I got a great deal on these cute rubber stamps (one cent at Michael's- gotta love clearance!) and some fabric paint.Then I unsnapped the onesie and put a piece of paper inside (so that the paint won't seep through). Next, I put a small amount of paint on a plate and thinly covered the stamp with paint. Then I stamped a frog on the front and back, but you can stamp as desired then let dry and you're done! For some extra cuteness I embroidered the words at the top :)
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Saturday, January 21, 2012
I recently saw this really cute idea of making fabric jewelry, so I whipped some up :) For the necklace and bracelet, you make a long tube of fabric and then you knot wooden balls inside. Then just tie it on and you're good to go! The earrings are made out of fabric-covered buttons where you change the back of the button to an earring post. Earring Tutorial
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Saturday, January 14, 2012
I just made this diaper & wipes clutch. I think it turned out so cute! I love how the pink fabric-covered button matches the polka dots on the front. Its great to have in your diaper bag or in your car for emergencies so you can just grab this one little bag when you need to change diapers. (It can hold a small package of wipes and about three diapers)
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Paper ornament mobile
Festive hair clips
A hair rosette to match the little girl's pillowcase dress I made earlier
Friday, January 6, 2012
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
I had seen several different takes on making a necklace display/holder, so I decided to make one using my twist on some of what I had learned from the tutorials. So here's a quick tutorial so you can make one yourself! You will need a frame, a piece of fabric a little bigger than the size of the frame backing, some quilter's batting the same size as the frame backing, heavy duty tape, and some small tacks or hooks.
First take your frame and remove the mat and glass
Now lay your fabric face down. Then lay your batting and frame back on top.
Trim fabric if necessary. Then fold around the edges. I folded in the corner first and then folded in the two sides over it. Now tape about every three inches.
(I had one of my sisters hold the fabric straight while I taped, as it looks neater that way)
It should look like this. Now secure in the frame.
Embellish if desired. I made four little flower rosettes and attached them in the corners.
Put necklaces on the tacks and mount on wall.
Doesn't it look super cute! I love that mustard yellow is in this season!