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I came up with this easy dinosaur egg gift bag idea for my son’s birthday party. Many months ago I saw this dinosaur egg idea, but the week of his birthday I realized that I didn’t have time to pull … Continue reading
I finally got around to making this flannel elephant from the Elsa the Elephant toy sewing pattern. I purchased the pattern many years ago, and was motivated to make it when friends named their daughter Elsa.
Make a quilt has been on my list of goals for a while. Last year I got a gift certificate for a class at the Cambridge Quilt Shop. It was an excellent class and I finally finished the final touches … Continue reading
The tradition continues. Introducing the EasterKiwis of 2011 . . . The JFK mini-series: Will and Kate: Black Swan: Charlie Sheen: and a Vampire: Not our best year, but we were happy to get any done at all this crazy … Continue reading
A baby gift that I made a while back based on the Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
Here is another crafty wedding project from my brother’s wedding. Made these as favors for the rehearsal dinner and at my brother’s wedding. I’m a big fan of this project because it reuses one of my favorite things, wine corks! … Continue reading
This project turned out to be good for a wedding and baby gifts. My brother and his wife had a love bird theme for their wedding way back when they got married in 2009. It was cool then, but now … Continue reading
A while back I was totally inspired by Scott and Cheryl’s Paint by Number Wall mural and was determined to find a wall in my house to do the same. When I was 8 months pregnant and it was time … Continue reading
We spent last Christmas in Arkansas and realized that we didn’t have a Santa hat of any kind when it came time to open presents. We turned to the internet and figured out how to make a paper hat. We … Continue reading