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{DIY} Love You to Pieces Skirt

Hey!  I'm excited to share this tutorial with you. This is another great way to use up scraps. My mom had made a quilt using Anna Maria Horner's new line Loulouthi - and she had some wonderful scraps leftover. We found this skirt as inspiration on Pinterest (how adorable is that?) ...

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The Hexie Hairclip – a tutorial

I just love all the hexagon quilts - they are so gorgeous and intricate.  For some reason at dinner last night the idea popped into my head to make a hexagon hair clip for Charlotte.  It took a little trial and error but here's what I came up with! That is an orange and blue one for Charlotte to ...

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DIY Color Path Pillow

  I was inspired by this pillow cover from West Elm Of course, you know me, I had to spice it up a little with color.  As you also know I have a small love affair with Anna Maria Horner's designs, and I have made many projects using her fabrics.  Since her patterns are so colorful, I ...

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DIY Rosette Headwrap/Earwarmer

This is a quick little gift you can whip up in about 30 minutes. Perfect to give to a mommy who doesn't have time to do her hair :)  I made it using some vintage scraps, and it is easy sewing.  Here's what you will need: Measuring tape 4" x {your head measurement - 6"} rectangle of ...

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DIY – fat quarter Date-night Handbag

That's right!  This little number is made from only a fat quarter.  It is self-lined and the strap is made from fabric too!!  It is just the perfect size for a date, wedding, or party.  Anytime you only need to bring your wallet, lip gloss, and phone.  I hope you don't mind the fabric I used.  ...

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30 Minute Head Scarf

So because of the big move, my daughter has pulled out the majority of her hair.  It seems to be a coping mechanism that some kids use and it's totally normal.  However, it is very difficult to find cute ways to do her hair...there is a limit to how you can comb 3 strands of long hair to cover an ...

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French Press Cozy Tutorial

This Mother's Day I made my momma a French Press Cozy. If you don't know, French Press is the most pure way to make coffee. You boil the water and pour it over the grounds in the press. Then you let it steep for 4 minutes, and then press the grounds to the bottom of the pot. The only problem is ...

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Fabric-Covered Egg Shaker Tutorial

Hello! Well, we love music at our house, and as I was trying to think of something other than candy to put in little Charlotte's eggs I thought about egg shakers. I have tried to make my own in the past, but they look ugly and the tape comes off and I end up with rice or beans all in my carpet :( ...

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