Tag: spring
DIY Anthropologie-inspired Hairbows

These hairbows are easy, sweet, and a great way to use up fabric scraps! I saw this bow on Anthro: It's cute, but it is 7" wide and 5" tall.  Pretty big bow.  I wanted to make a few last minute bows to slip into Charlotte's Easter Basket - somehow our bows are always disappearing.  I ...

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“Pallet-able” Home Decor

While browsing Pinterest the other day, I came across a gorgeous, eclectic coffee table that I just loved.  It was made from wooden pallets, and I thought, "Ryan could make that".  So I showed it to him. He had scooped up some free pallets a while back and was excited to have something to do ...

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Decorating for the Seasons

So....guess what decorations are still up in my house.  St. Patricks?  nope.  Valentine's Day?  nope. Snowy wintry snowman?  nope. Christmas. That's right.  Christmas.  I would like to tell you that I forgot to take it down because it was adorning some out-of-the-way corner - but it's not true.  ...

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Sheepishly Fun – kid’s craft

Yesterday Charlotte had a friend over and we made these little sheep. They're pretty goofy looking, but they were fun to make and the girls love the fluffiness factor. Here's what you'll need to make your own: a plastic egg black pipe cleaner polyfil googly eyes glue ...

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Simple Spring Scarf

Sewing with Jersey knit is almost as easy as sewing with felt.  You don't have to finish the edges and it drapes beautifully.  It makes the perfect spring scarf. If you buy fabric that is 64 inches wide, you won't even have to piece it. You will need: 2 colors of Jersey knit ...

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