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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Pin cushions made from old Mason Jars. I love these because not only are they cute, I keep chalk, measuring tape, seam rippers and more inside.
How cute are these? We covered buttons with fabric and glued magnets to it. Pretty easy, but also pretty…well pretty.
My snowy (two) day project. Next up will be the matching pot holders. I had never made bias tape before. I think I might invest in the little bias tape machine. I have never even seen one before. Any tips?
Gift card holders to make giving a lame gift card a bit more creative. I chucked the black and pink one. Kind of crooked.
A cute way to store my thread and bobbins. Next time I will make a bigger one. Used Amy Butler paper, which I <3, and some nails with a frame with out glass.
My mom always said you can never be too rich or have too many adorable coasters, wait, no that wasn’t it…
My first attempt at making a card. Pretty lame I know, but cute enough.