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How to create Fabric Hairbow

As much as I craft you would think I could make a decent ribbon hairbow.  But the thing is - I really stink at making ribbon hairbows.  I just can't seem to get it right - even when I follow really great tutorials.  So instead, I dug through my fabric stash and created this little bow. I love ...

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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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DIY Fabric Tangram with Drawstring Bag

I have to credit my friend Emily with this idea; she has made tangrams out of cardstock, but suggested that since I love fabric, I should make a fabric one for Charlotte.  So that's what I did! If you would like to make one too, here's the tutorial! Supplies: Print out this ...

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Psychadelic Pillowcase Dress

So someone clicked the "Suggest a DIY" button(which I was thrilled about!) and asked for a pillowcase dress tutorial.  I have to admit, I'm not crazy about pillowcase dresses.  In fact, I'd never made one{gasp!} - I know.  It's like a staple clothing item for little girls....isn't it even a ...

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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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I’m the Map! – DIY Dora Map

This isn't really a tutorial - it's an example.  But it's pretty self-explanatory.  You can make one just from looking at the pictures.  I know you can.  SO - Saturday Charlotte and I took Ryan to the airport to fly to California.  I started talking to her about his trip, and about my trip (I'm ...

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DIY Cupcakes and Roses – Valentine T

This is a fast project (hour or less) with impressive results! Inspired by this shirt from Baby Gap: Here's what you will need: 1 solid t-shirt or turtleneck (I got mine at Wal-mart for $2.00) Scrap pink fabric red thread (sulky preferred because it adds a little bit of shine) ...

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