I have been wanting to try weaving for a really long time, I have a couple weaving looms that my mother-in-law lent me but I haven't gotten around to figuring out how to use them. They are ridged heddle looms and I'm intimidated by them. Instead I decided to try out circular weaving which was really simple once I figured out some kinks. Pam from Gingerbread and Snowflakes had a post I had previously pinned, but unfortunately her site is currently down. But through the power of Instagram, she helped talk me through troubleshooting how to do the weaving. I came ... Read More
Twinery and Ruby Rock-It Blog Hop!
Today is the last day of the Twinery and Ruby Rock-It blog hop! You should have gotten here from Denise Hahn If you're new, I would love for you to like my Facebook page and follow on Bloglovin'! I was sent the Oriental Chic collection and my first idea to make origami paper cranes was a bust. The card stock was to thick to easily be able to use for origami. So I decided this was a good time to pull out my new Silhouette Cameo! I remembered a post from Jesse at Art School Dropout where she made a paper planter. I bought the same file she used and ... Read More
Twinery – Twine Color Block Bracelets
I have a post over at the Twinery today showing off how to make a color block bracelet. I really love how these turned out, so please head over and check it out! ... Read More
The Twinery and Serendipity Stamps Blog Hop
It's time for another blog hop, this time with the Twinery and Serendipity Stamps! It's the first day of the hop and you should have made your way here from Happy Paper Craft Happenings, so welcome! Head over to the Twinery blog for a full list. When I picked out my stamps, I couldn't resist these embroidery stamps. I also got this cute button stamp and decided to make some wall hangings for my craft area. I used the stamp on a plain white cotton fabric and put it into a hoop. I decorated the hoops a couple different ways. The first one I made I wrapped in ... Read More
The Twinery and Poppystamps Blog Hop
Today is the last day of the Twinery and Poppystamps blog hop, and if you headed over from Le Cardon Bleu, welcome! If you missed out on the first two days of projects, make sure to head over to the Twinery blog for a full list. I was able to pick my stamps and I got this super cute Teresa Tea Time stamp as well as two sizes of the sakura. I picked up some brown craft paper and made my own wrapping paper. I tied some Peapod Stripe, Solid Marigold, and Honeydew Solid around the package and also made some little twine pom poms. There's also a chance to ... Read More
Mira’s Birthday Party!
For Evie's first birthday party I made a ton of decorations and then was so busy setting up that I didn't get a chance to take any pictures. I was not going to let that happen this time around, so I got all the decorations up the night before Mira's party so I could get pictures of them all! For the decorations I used a lot of Benzie Design wool felt and a lot of bakers twine from the Twinery. The pinwheels came from Land of Nod, I didn't even realize they sold party supplies until I saw a post on their blog about it. So last weekend we went to Land of Nod ... Read More
The Twinery – Interchangeable Wreath
I have my first design team post at the Twinery today. I made a twine wrapped wreath with the added bonus of being able to remove the flowers and switch them out for different seasons. Head over to the Twinery blog to read more about my wreath! ... Read More
A Huge Announcement!
Keeping this secret has been so, so difficult, but I'm thrilled to finally announce that I will be a member of the Twinery's Design Team! I will be working with an amazing team of designers and crafters to create content for the Twinery blog. I have so many ideas and I can't wait to get started. I received an enormous box of Twine, so much that I couldn't even capture it all in one photo! There's so many fun colors, I am so excited to work with them all. Take a moment to pop over and visit some of the other designers and say hi! I can't wait to see what everyone ... Read More