With summer temperatures just around the corner, make this breezy cotton swaddle blanket for all those summer babies about to be born. The lightweight, and stretchy cotton material make it great for breathable summer swaddling, and the fun custom print makes it a great personalized baby gift.
May is the season of graduation and weddings. If your dog is going to either, you want them to look their very best! If a Dog Bow Tie isn’t his style, a Dog Necktie is the perfect way to dress up your dog without annoying him (too much.) This pairs great with the Shirt Collar Dog Collar to make your dog super dapper!
Since I love sewing so much, my love for sewing bleeds over into my scrapbooking. Sewing scrapbook paper can seem a little bit daunting at first, but is really simple. You can use this technique to make anything you use scrapbook paper for! I’m going to show you how to make this adorable scrapbook layout, but you can use the tips I provide for any project!
Sewing needles are essential for crafters but they can easily get misplaced. Tired of pricking my finger when another needle fell out of the paper package I came up with a yarn needle case to store my needles safely. Using yarn, plastic canvas and fabric this case will keep your needles in place in a fashionable way.
My parents are taking a big cruise this summer to celebrate their 40th anniversary. I wanted to make my mom a gift that she could use on the cruise, but wouldn’t take up much precious luggage space. This valet tray is perfect because it will keep all her things from falling off the dresser or night stand, but will lay flat in her suitcase for travel. If your mom travels, this is the perfect DIY gift for her, too!
My favorite crafts are Recycled/Repurposed Crafts, so I thought I’d put together a few ideas to inspire your crafting this Earth Day. Whether you’re looking to create recycled Spring decor, upcycle old clothing, or repurpose antiques into new furniture I hope these crafts will inspire you to create sustainably, and craft on any budget!
There are so many ways to recycle Tin Cans. You can decorate them and use them to organize your desk or craft table, you can hang them on the wall in your mudroom or entry way to hold items you don’t want to forget on your way out (keys, chap stick, gloves), or you could fill them with flowers like these! The possibilities really are endless.