You & Me Wall Décor

This was the first Christmas in a long time where I was truly surprised by several awesome gifts!  I got a Serger and a Silhouette and I am one lucky, happy girl.  We just got back in town a day ago and I couldn’t wait to bust open the Silhouette and make my first project. […]

Bleach Baseball Caps

If you haven’t tried bleach projects yet, they are so fun and easy.  These caps take just a few hands-on minutes to make!   You’ll only need a few things: Infant/Toddler Ball CapClorox Bleach PenSpray Bottle filled with 50% water and 50% bleachVinyl Stick-On Letters/Numbers I tried several different colored caps and the black really […]

Top 10 Tutorials of 2011

Happy New Year!  How crazy is it that it’s about to be 2012?!  The older I get the more time seems to pass by too quickly.  I just started this blog mid-year 2011 but I thought it would still be fun to do a wrap up before starting a new year of creating.  So, here […]

Lemon Pepper Fettuccine

What You’ll Need: Salt and freshly ground pepper 12 oz. fettuccine 1 tbsp unsalted butter 1 small onion, minced 1 1/4 cups heavy cream 1 large egg yolk 2 tsp freshly grated lemon zest 1/4 cup grated Parmesan 1/4 cup grated Asiago or Romano Extra cheese for garnish Directions: Bring a large salted pot of […]

Baby Booties and Slippers

I Think Sew is home of some adorable patterns for shoes and purses.  Here are a few things I’ve made using her patterns. First up, these adorable 3-Button Baby Booties.  I did these in corduroy with flannel lining. And this pair I did in fleece with flannel lining. Then, there are these adorable baby/toddler slippers.  I found […]

Pattern Remix: The Kyla Dress Pattern

One of the first patterns I used was the Kyla Dress by Frog Legs and Ponytails.  I love that it’s reversible which means you have no exposed seams, so if you don’t own a serger (I didn’t at the time) this is an especially great pattern.  It’s also where I learned how to make bias […]

Braided Pull-Apart Bread

I love making my own breads and pizza crusts.  Something about the smell of the yeast when you’re mixing the dough is so “homey”.  This is a recipe a friend gave me and it’s my go-to bread for the holidays or when we’re hosting a dinner get-together since it makes two loaves.  It’s so good […]

Ruffle-Panel Throw Pillow

I just started working a litte facelift for our bedroom. (UPDATE: Click here to see the final results of the makeover. It’s done!).  It’s always the room in our house that gets the leftovers and it’s time to make it a place for us to relax and enjoy (or at the very least a pretty […]

The Snap Wrap Remix Dress

I made this Snap Wrap Remix Dress from Me Sew Crazy last year and I just love how cute it came out: Normally, I never like to share a post without a pic of a child actually wearing the dress/clothing item but I sadly waited too long to try this on my daughter.  I went […]

Fabric Flower Baseball Caps

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These caps are too cute and so easy to make.  All you really need is a baseball cap and fabric scraps.  Great for your little girl or to give as an inexpensive, unique gift! They look so sweet on: What You’ll Need: Baseball Cap.  I use these infant/toddler baseball caps. Fabric Scraps Yo-Yo Flower Makers. […]

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