What I’ve Been Up To!

It can be hard to consistently have projects to show off and write about. Crafts take time and sometimes projects have to be kept secret until they’re done. If you follow me on Instagram you can usually catch some sneak peeks of what I’m working on.

I did a few guest posts for some craft blogs with kid’s Easter craft ideas. They’re all pretty quick and Evie and Mira had a lot of fun with them, there’s still plenty of time to make these before Sunday!

At Seams and Scissors find out how to make this scrappy fabric Easter egg.


At FaveCrafts find out how to make this cute springy wall hanging.


At CraftPaperScissors find out how to make these art tissue paper eggs.

And don’t forget about the felt carrot plush that I shared the other week!

I also have been contributing posts for a local blog that highlights activities and events for kids in the western suburbs. The girls and I have been exploring new play places and parks and I’ve been writing up reviews. If you live in the Chicago suburbs, definitely check it out for lots of fun activities in the area!

Oh, and head over to Swoodson Says to read her interview with me!

Friday I’ll be back with a Free Pattern Friday post, (any requests?) and then next week I have a big project that I’ve been doing that I will finally show off! What have you been up to?


  1. says

    Hi Rebecca =), just found your site via Blog”hopping” and started to smile, when i saw your Tutorial for those Fabric-Egss on seamsandscissors ^^;. I made nearly the same eggs last year with my kids (and also wrote a little Tutorial (german only: http://lilleluett.de/2014/03/osterdeko-basteln-mit-kindern-upcycling-stoffreste.html)) and loved them. They are so great for the little left over pieces of fabric (sorry for my bad english, but im not a native speaker) and even can be done by 2 year old kids.

    Love your site and guess i will stay here for a while as Follower =)
    Have nice Easter days

    • says

      Those turned out so cute! I love the the extra decoration that the pinking sheers adds! Thanks for stopping by and have a great Easter!

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