If you’re 30 or older and you hear the word “macrame” there’s a 75% chance it gives you fond memories of your mother and makes you cringe a little at a smelly old wall hanging you had in your house. So when you hear that macrame is making a comeback you likely think, “NOOOO!” Fortunately,
Get out the fresh ingredients and start making your own sauces and condiments! These are not difficult and the taste is amazing! PLUS you’ll know exactly what is in your sauce! No mystery ingredients you can’t pronounce. Save these homemade condiments and sauces recipes for the next time you need them! Homemade Condiments and Sauces
I’ve started something new that I’m pretty excited about! Every month I’m organizing a fashion sewing blog hop with lots of bloggers from around the world. This month we’re starting off small with a refashion blog hop theme. You saw my cute (I think) refashioned outfit yesterday and now I’m here to show you all these
I love a clean white kitchen. There is just something about the brightness that makes a space feel so much less stress inducing to me. These classic white kitchen makeovers have before and after photos to show you what a difference a little change can make. Tell me what you think! Classic white kitchen makeover
FIVE winners! Ready to sew something for yourself? I’m giving away 2 of my sewing patterns to FIVE winners! Five lucky ladies will with the Parisian and the Casual Lady digital patterns! This contest is part of the 24 hour The Daily Sew facebook page giveaway day! One new giveaway is announced every hour! Yay!
this post contains affiliate links Have you heard of the Cricut Design Space™ Challenge? It’s a massive blogger contest happening right now. Sponsored by Cricut, of course. Each month we have to make something with our Cricut Explore™ (given to us by Cricut). The theme this month was Fashion/Gear. Definitely up my alley! I was
This post may contain affiliate links My middle daughter has her own unique style. I love it. She’s sure of herself and doesn’t love the traditional pink and frilly you find in the girl section at the clothing store. I used some gold iron-on and my Cricut Explore™ to make her a one-of-a-kind surfboard hoodie.