There is nothing better than seeing boys getting crafty. These two were absolutely into it from the word go. Through the whole process of creating their monster dolls there was a complete narrative. Believe me there is quite a story behind these two creatures. Awesomeness.
When it starts to pour just pull one of these little beauties out. You will be so darn cute, the drips won’t seem so bad.
Follow the Martha tutorial.
I decided to take a step away from my smartphone and go old school with my diary. Unfortunately the one that I chose was very practical inside, but not so pretty outside. Making a fabric cover was the obvious move. To make it ultra personal I printed a picture of my son on fabric. A little ribbon here and a few studs there and tada! A book to Truly call my own.
One of my favorite things about the store is the opportunity to come in contact with so many brilliantly talented individuals. One such lass is a gal that writes a blog filled with gorgeous photos of the weddings that she plans and little tidbits of creative goodness. Here is a little “lovely” from her blog White Library. Pretty flowers that can be whipped up with some simple basics. Perfect for a summer soiree.
Perfect for a summer evening. Make this dress with a pattern from Burda.
I confess. I have a huge pig obsession. To be honest, I am surprised that that the rest of the world doesn’t. How couldn’t you? They are chubby, cute, pink and well….. They make bacon, and bacon is good.
So a craft that combines fabric and pigs is all good in my world! Thanks to noseynest for this great project.