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Are you guys ready for some lovin’? ¬†ūüėČ ¬†If not, check out some of these last minute Valentine’s Day cards, signs, printables, and crafts. ¬†So FUN aren’t they?!

V’day card from EnormousChampion.

These adorable Love Bug Valentine’s would be great for the little ones. ¬†Find the bugs at the Dollar Store and get the jar printable at Dandee.

Martha Stewart knows how to really rock the card making! ¬†I love these and they’d be especially easy with a dye cut machine.

This is a fabulous idea for a man¬†bouquet! ¬†Heather over at How Does She? made an ingenious bouquet out of mens socks for her guy this V’day. ¬†So great. ¬†You could probably also do the same kind of thing with underwear or t-shirts or ties.

Bakerella made these darling and simple cupcakes for V’day. ¬†So sweet and easy even I might be able to pull off whipping these up!

Want a funny card/geeky/sci-fi card?  Check this out from the Wallaroo on etsy.  LOVE it.

Or this adorable card from Rifle Paper Co.

Make yourself a freezer paper stencil (like My Girl Thursday) and hand paint this shirt for your wife (or hubby). ¬†ūüôā

Make a sweet clay heart pendant with Mitsy of ArtMind.

Speaking of clay, you could always go back to my clay rose tutorial and make some adorable vintage inspired rose rinds, earrings, or even refrigerator magnets for the special ladies in your life.

I saw this on Pinterest¬†(follow me on pinterest if you’d like)¬†and thought it would be another great freezer paper (or applique) project! ¬†Spice it up a little bit tomorrow night! ¬†ūüėČ ¬†Or, if you’re NOT in the mood, create the other side to say “In Your Dreams”.

And of course, if you have a chance, doll yourself up and take some pin ups! ¬†Your sweety will LOVE them! ūüôā

I hope you all have a FANTABULOUS VALENTINE’S DAY!!! ¬†See you back here in a few!

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Hey again everyone! ¬†I told you in the last post that I’d get some new pics of to show you Sawyer’s room now that its all done (13 months after his birth…don’t judge me). ¬†Actually, its been done for a while I’m just slow at posting. ¬†Theres really not TOO much that looks different from the nursery posts before this one, just a few added details that I think pull it all together. ¬†Anyway, here it is. ¬†All DONE. ¬†ūüôā

Please ignore the stuff on the floor.  Sawyer was in here while I was taking these pics and was dragging all kinds of stuff out.  At least it shows how the room looks in reality!

The white Jenny Lind crib and changing table set I got off of Craigslist for $125.  The vinyl wall mural I found here.

I found the empty frame at Hobby Lobby in the clearance section for $8.  I made the banner with a template and cardstock and chipboard letters I covered in scrapbook paper.  Here is a template you can use to make your own.  (Just cut the little corners off when you fold the top over your string).

Above are some close-ups of Sawyer’s bunting name banner.

The woodsy vinyl wall mural totally MADE this room. ¬†Since I wasn’t spending much on the rest of the room decor, I “splurged” on it and got it for around $100 or so. ¬†I could pick the colors I wanted and I think it turned out FABULOUS against the teal wall. ¬†(p.s. ¬†Sawyer is so cute rockin his new mowhawk!)

A tree branch made the perfect curtain rod for this space.  I also used a tree branch for the DIY mobile below.

This mobile was SUPER EASY to throw together.  A tree branch+wooden cutouts in woodsy shapes from the craft store+orange craft paint+hemp string and a hook screw= a graphic naturalist simple baby mobile.  You can also buy a little hand drill in the wood pieces section of the craft store for easy hole drilling into small wood pieces like this.

The lamp above was made from an old shade I had leftover from a client’s house, and some extra orange and white fleece from other projects. ¬†My little sis helped me cut out a bunch of “leaf shapes” alternating between regular scizzors and pinking shears. ¬†Then I simply sewed them together like a long garland right down the center of each. ¬†I then cut varying lengths off of the “leaf garland” and hot glued them to the lamp shade, being sure to cover the entire shade and vary the lengths that dangled. ¬†It turned out pretty cute I think and was an easy way to add fun, whimsical lighting.

Sawyer’s baby quilt was another DIY project. ¬†I had found a towel at Walmart for $4 that was the PERFECT color and then decided to applique birch trees and leaves onto it with scrap fabric from other projects for the room. ¬†Then I simply bound and backed the entire “towel quilt” with white fleece. ¬†It has held up really well through several washings and ties in the wall mural nicely.

Below is the block printed bird pillow I made.  Martha Stewart has a great tutorial on block printing using Speedy-Carve blocks here.

And below again is another pillow I hand stamped.  That tutorial can be found here.

I also made this DIY fabric wall art.  That tutorial is here.

And above is a pic of the white $4 thrifted antlers (I sprayed them white with high gloss spray paint), and a photo set I took and framed (got the white frames at the Dollar Store), and also a little owl I made with a hand towel and scrap fabric.  I love this little vignette.

So there you go! ¬†This is my cheap and easy DIY’d, aqua, orange, brown, and white, vintage modern, refurbished, thrifted, woodland creatures, little boys nursery. ¬†Phew. ¬†Hope you like it and can go and DIY one for your little man (or woman) ! Happy crafting!

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OK!  Did you have fun with the last tutorial?  Are you ready for another cute little design?  Lets dive right in then shall we!

Cost: $6 or so

Supplies:

  • Access to a¬†computer that has the internet¬†and your fabulously creative mind.
  • Something to stick your design on when your done (shirt, bag, burp cloth, pillow, etc.)
  • Printable cotton sheet(s). ¬†The one I used is from Walmart and madeAvery. ¬†You can get a pack of 3 sheets (the size of standard computer paper) for around $6. ¬†I made 8 t-shirt appliques out of the 3 sheets.
  • Scizzors
  • Thread and sewing machine. ¬†(Don‚Äôt worry, this is super¬†beginner¬†seamstress stuff.)
  • An¬†iron.

1.  The first thing you want to do is get online and go to www.picnik.com.  If you don’t already have an account create one now for free or buy the premium version.  You will only need the free version for this tutorial.

2. ¬†Next find your file¬†‚Äúblank white‚Ä̬†that you have saved to your computer from previous tutorials (c‚Äômon, I have to just assume that you have done EVERY tutorial on my blog by now right?!¬†:)¬†) or just simply google ‚Äúblank white‚ÄĚ and save a blank white jpeg file to your computer. ¬†Then upload the ‚Äúblank white‚ÄĚ file to picnik. ¬†It will then pop up under the¬†‚ÄúEdit‚ÄĚtab. ¬†Here you can resize it or rotate it if you need to.

3. ¬†Next head over to the “Create” tab and find the “Text” button there.

4. ¬†In the text box start typing the alphabet, 4 letters per line. ¬†Use “COURIER NEW” font. ¬†Leave the font color black and size the text to fit your blank image well.

5. ¬†Now determine what word(s) you would like to “hide” within the alphabet. ¬†Since I am using this to make sibling shirts I used “BIG BRO” for mine. ¬†Figure out where you’d like to hide your words. ¬†This works best if you hide your words in place of a letter that falls correctly within the alphabet. ¬†For example, I kept the letter “I” in the appropriate placement within the alphabet and put “B” and “G” around it. ¬†Once you determine where you’d like your words, go back to the text box and replace those letters with spaces.
6. ¬†Click out of that text and add new text in the text box. ¬†Since my “B” in “BIG” fell on a different line as the “IG” I had to add the “B”¬†separately¬†than the “IG”. ¬†Also, change the color of this text to something that will stand out from the rest of the alphabet. ¬†Resize your text to fit the size of the alphabet text.
7. ¬†And thats pretty much the design! ¬†I also decided to fill in the gap at the end of the alphabet after the “YZ” with a cute little graphic just to add something fun and make the entire design uniform. ¬†To do this I just went to the “Stickers” tab and found “Common Symbols”. ¬†I like the truck and the car graphic and added that to the end in the same color as the hidden words.
8. ¬†And thats pretty much the design! ¬†Customize it as you see fit or just use my templates to make your own sibling shirts. ¬†At this point you want to save this design to your computer and the click “Continue Editing” in picnik if you’d like to change the “BIG” to “LIL” or whatnot.
9. ¬†Now, to print this off on your printable cotton, open up a print layout program on your computer and size these and lay them out the way you’d like. ¬†I sized the “lil bro” design a bit smaller than the “big bro” design because my son’s shirts aren’t the same size. ¬†When it seems to be how it needs to be print out your designs on printable cotton.
10.  Cut around your design and following the directions on the printable cotton packaging, iron them in place on your t-shirt (or item of choice).

11.  If you’re not keen on sewing you could be done at this point but I’m not sure how well the applique will hold up to washing.  I simply sewed quickly around the edges to secure it.

And thats it!  Have fun with this design and customize it all you want!

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I’m finally forcing myself to get around to doing a cute“Big Sis” “Lil Sis” tshirt project¬†I’ve been meaning to do for a friend of ours who had¬†twin girls¬†a while back. ¬†¬†Anyway, this is kind of going to be the first tutorial of 3; ¬†the first one being on¬†how to create this “I love my ____button” using (my favorite)¬†Picnik, the second tutorial will be on how to create a custom “alphabet” design with hidden words, and the third is going to be on how to create a funky eye-chart “I love my _____” design.¬† After I made these I realized that I just did all the work for you anyway (you’re welcome) and that you could just use my templates to print out yourselves as is. ¬†But, I figured I’d do the tutorials anyway so that you can really customize them to your liking. ¬†For example, with this design you could create it yourself in Picnik and change it to “I love my dog”, or “I love chocolate” ¬†or whatever you think you love. ¬†Or you could even get really personal and use someones name. ¬†So, here you go! ¬†Have fun customizing these designs all you want and appliqueing them to anything that tickles your fancy! ¬†This is going to¬†change your life. ¬†Okay, well maybe not, but it will open up a lot of options for¬†creating one-of-a-kind custom shirts, bags, pillows, whatever! ¬†Are you intrigued? ¬†Good. ¬†Lets get this party started.

Cost: $6 or so

Supplies:

  • Access to a computer that has the internet and your fabulously creative mind.
  • Something to stick your design on when your done (shirt, bag, burp cloth, pillow, etc.)
  • Printable cotton sheet(s). ¬†The one I used is from Walmart and made Avery. ¬†You can get a pack of 3 sheets (the size of standard computer paper) for around $6. ¬†I made 8 t-shirt appliques out of the 3 sheets.
  • Scizzors
  • Thread and sewing machine. ¬†(Don’t worry, this is super¬†beginner¬†seamstress stuff.)
  • An iron.

1. ¬†The first thing you want to do is get online and go to¬†www.picnik.com. ¬†If you don’t already have an account create one now for free or buy the premium version. ¬†You will only need the free version for this tutorial.

2. ¬†Next find your file¬†“blank white”¬†that you have saved to your computer from previous tutorials (c’mon, I have to just assume that you have done EVERY tutorial on my blog by now right?! ūüôā ) or just simply google “blank white” and save a blank white jpeg file to your computer. ¬†Then upload the “blank white” file to picnik. ¬†It will then pop up under the¬†“Edit”tab. ¬†Here you can resize it or rotate it if you need to.

3. ¬†Now click on the¬†“Create”¬†tab at the top of the screen. ¬†Then click on the¬†“Stickers”¬†tab. ¬†Find¬†“Geometric”¬†in the left sidebar. ¬†Click on the black circle and drag it and size it on your blank image.

4.  Next, grab another circle except now change the color of it to white and size it in the middle of the black circle to leave a circular black frame.

5. ¬†Now, click on the¬†“Text”¬†tab at the top of the screen. ¬†In the text box type¬†“I (spacebar several times) my”¬†and then apply it in the font of your choice. ¬†I chose¬†“Epilog”. ¬†Then you can resize it and position it at the top center of your circle.

6. ¬†Next, in the text box type¬†“BIG SIS”¬†(or Bro) or NewYork or RockyRoad or whatever you’d like to “love”. ¬†Apply that and resize ¬†and center it underneath the previous text. ¬†I made my¬†“BIG SIS”¬†larger than my¬†“I ¬† ¬† ¬† my”.

7. ¬†Almost done! ¬†Now just go back to the¬†“Stickers”¬†tab and find the¬†“Hand Drawn Hearts”¬†tools and find a heart. ¬†Drag and resize the heart to fit in between the “I” and the “my” text.

8. ¬†And there you go! ¬†You’ve made a super cute¬†“I Love my BIG SIS”¬†design to applique to your little ones t-shirt! ¬†Now just save it to your computer and then go back in and click¬†“Continue Editing”¬†in picnik to swap out the¬†“BIG”¬†with“LIL'”. ¬†Then save it again to your computer as a seperate file name and open them both up in a print layout program.

9. ¬†Once you’ve arranged them in your print layout and have them sized how you’d like, print them out on a sheet of your printable cotton (follow the directions in the packaging).

10.  Cut around your design and following the directions on the printable cotton packaging, iron them in place on your t-shirt (or item of choice).

11. ¬†If you’re not keen on sewing you could be done at this point but I’m not sure how well the applique will hold up to washing. ¬†I simply sewed quickly around the edges to secure it.

And DONE! ¬†Easy breezy! ¬†Oh, and I also added some little bows out of scrap fabric for the twins’ shirts and then made a couple for my boys as well. ¬†Here are the boys designs in case you just want to use mine instead of creating your own:

I loved how these turned out and hope you do too and go make your own! ¬†You could use this design for SO many things! ¬†Baby shower gifts, father’s day/mother’s day gifts, Valentine’s day gifts, wedding/engagement gifts, etc… Get creative with this! ¬†The possibilities are literally endless!

Here are some sneak previews of the next tutorial…

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Hi everyone!! I know its been a while and I’m so excited to get some new tutorials up for spring! ¬†I have been feeling “bluesy” (blame it on the medication and the weekly injections I have to take for my high-risk pregnancy) and so I thought I’d spruce up my house (and myself) for spring to get my mood up and creativity flowing again. ¬†I made a trip to one of my favorite $Dollar Stores and found some great stuff that has inspired some new springtime projects. ¬†I could hardly wait to make this easy DIY pillow and I’m SO loving the way it turned out! ¬†Hope you do too! ¬†I thought since my last tutorial was on applique that this would be a nice follow up now that you’ve had a chance to discover the world of transfer webbing! ¬†Heres the breakdown for this simple and inexpensive spring throw pillow:

Cost: $2-$8 depending on what you have on-hand.

Supplies:

  • 2 cloth¬†place-mats in the same color (or coordinating colors if you want a different color on the back). ¬†I got my pink place-mats at the $Dollar Store. ¬†They have tons to choose from usually and I LOVED the bright colors that are there right now! ¬†Perfect for spring!
  • Scrap fabric or quilting fat quarters in coordinating colors/designs. ¬†I used 3 fabrics for my pillow making the bird out of the busiest fabric.
  • Coordinating or contrasting thread.
  • Pillow batting or poly-fill. ¬†I took apart an old pillow I didn’t like anymore and used the batting.
  • Transfer webbing. ¬†This is the iron-on adhesive that allows you to stick your applique to your pillow before you stitch. ¬†I LOVE this stuff and use it ALL THE TIME. ¬†You can sometimes find it (or versions of it) at Walmart in rolls or you can buy it at the craft/fabric store by the yard for about $2 a yard. ¬†You barely use any of it for these little applique projects so even 1 yard will go a long way.
  • A dry iron.
  • A sewing machine with a simple straight stitch.
  • Scizzors and a needle and thread.
  • The bird and branch template from this tutorial (if you’re not feeling confident in freehanding it).

Ok! Thats it!  Ready to go?

  1. If you’d like, print off these bird and branch templates I made from my own pillow design to use as a stencil for your pillow. ¬†Or, you can find an image online, or freehand draw your own quirky version of a bird and a branch.
  2. Choose your fabrics for the bird and the branch and cut out rectangles large enough to use as those elements.
  3. Roll out some transfer webbing and lay your cut pieces down onto the nubby side of the trans web.  Cut around the fabric making the trans web pieces as close to the same size as your fabric pieces as you can.
  4. Keeping your nubby trans web sides inline with your fabric pieces, adhere the trans web to the fabric with a hot dry iron (or as instructed on trans web packaging).
  5. When both your branch fabric and your bird fabric pieces are cool, flip them over and trace your template image (or freehand draw an image) onto the paper side of your fabric with a marker. ¬†Its okay if you have to redraw again until you get the desired look you’d like in the appropriate size etc. ¬†It doesn’t have to be perfect! ¬†Nothing I make ever is!
  6. With your sharp scizzors, cut out your design elements.
  7. Carefully remove the trans web paper backing from your fabric pieces.
  8. Grab one of your¬†place-mats¬†and¬†arrange¬†your bird and branch onto the front of it how you’d like it.
  9. With a hot iron (some trans web requires steam at this point), iron your applique to your place-mat.
  10. Once your place-mat and applique has cooled, take it over to your sewing machine and stitch the edges of the applique down. ¬†If you’d like you can actually skip this step since its not too likely that you’ll be washing this pillow too often and the trans web will adhere it fine temporarily. ¬†But, I like to stitch around all my appliques with contrasting thread just to secure it a bit more and give it some more character. ¬†And don’t worry about it looking a bit “messy”! ¬†It just adds to that character!
  11. Set your appliqued place-mat aside for a minute and grab your third fabric for your flowers.
  12. Cut your flower fabric into roughly a 1&1/2″ strip. ¬†
  13. Fold your fabric strip over and over itself into a square.
  14. Cut the stack into rough circles.
  15. Stack circles by twos to use as your flowers.
  16. Take one of your double stacked circles and scrunch it together in the middle to make it ruffley.  Using a needle and thread stitch through the base of your ruffle flower a couple of times to secure the folds.
  17. Sew your little flower bud onto your tree branch applique.  I sewed mine through the center of each flower to open them up a bit more and to make them lie somewhat flat.
  18. Try to place your flowers randomly using as many as you’d like.
  19. Once your place-mat front is complete and all your flowers are securely sewn into place, take your other place-mat and line it up under the top one (wrong sides together if your place-mat has “wrong” sides).
  20. If you’d like you can pin your sides together for more stability while you sew. ¬†Head over to your sewing machine again and sew both top and bottom place-mats together with a topstitch and about a 1/4 allowance. ¬†BUT leave a section unstitched so that you can add your batting here in a minute. ¬†TIP: ¬†when going around the corners, reverse stitch a few times to secure the corners and keep them from pulling when you stuff the pillow.
  21. Grab your pillow batting and begin stuffing your place-mat pillow paying special attention to the corners and stuffing it as full as you’d like.
  22. Topstitch your stuffing opening closed and YOU’RE DONE!! Now find a cute place to showcase your new cheery pillow!

How fun was that!?  So easy and cute it just makes me SMILE!

Hope you enjoyed this springtime tutorial!  Please remember to share this blog with your friends and family and keep coming back to see more!  Next:  How to Make Easy 3-D Flower Push-pins for your Walls!See you soon!  Have fun crafting!

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Happy Easter everyone! ¬†I meant to post this yesterday but I just didn’t have the time. ¬†I made this for my son for Easter this year and I thought I’d teach you a’ll how to make it for yourself or your little ones. ¬†I don’t have much time to write this post so I’m just going to jump right into it! ¬†Have fun!

Cost: Around $8-$12 depending on what you have on hand.

Supplies:

  • A blank T-shirt in a bright color. ¬†I got mine at Hobby Lobby for $3 but I also find that the Garanimals brand at Walmart goes on sale alot and has good quality blank shirts for appliqueing.
  • Felt: ¬†White, pink, and brown. ¬†I buy my felt sheets for $0.37 at Hobby Lobby.
  • Two buttons in odd sizes.
  • Fabric paint or ink. ¬†I used a “TeeJuice” pen in brown for my letters. ¬†You can find them at the craft store for around $3.50.
  • Foam letter stamps. ¬†(If you did the Alphabet Pillow tutorial then you now own a set or know where you can borrow some.)
  • A sewing machine and contrasting thread.
  • Transfer webbing. ¬†You’ll only need a little bit for this project but I always have some on hand to do my appliques. ¬†You can buy it in yardage for about $2 per yard at the fabric/craft stores. ¬†I LOVE this stuff and use it ALL the time so if you’re going to follow these tutorials, you’ll see me using it a lot I’m sure. ¬†Basically all it is is a fusible backing that you iron on to your appliques which allows you to iron your appliques on to your t-shirt (or other item) before you stitch. ¬†It makes the applique stable so that it is easy to stitch on with your machine and it makes the overall image more durable for future washing. ¬†Great stuff. ¬†I couldn’t craft without it.
  • Sharp scizzors.
  • A hot iron, no steam.
  • An ironing board.

Ok, thats your list of supplies. ¬†Gather it up and meet me back here for your instructions…

Ready?  Lets make this thing.

  1. Wash and dry your t-shirt to avoid shrinking after the applique is on.
  2. Lay your shirt out flat and create your design by laying a piece of paper onto the shirt where you’d like the applique to go and then drawing your design onto the paper based on how big you’d like it to be on the shirt. ¬†I like to freehand draw my designs since I like them to look kind of unkempt and messy (like kids art) but if you have no confidence in your artisitc abilities you could google a bunny head image and print it off and use it as your design. ¬†Heres what I did on mine:
  3. The design is just a rough sketch of what you’re trying to accomplish. ¬†You basically just need the design to ensure that the applique isn’t too big or too small for your t-shirt. ¬†After you have it drawn out, cut out the main pieces; like the head and the ears.
  4. Now, lay your main pieces (head and ears) onto your white felt and cut around them (I cut mine a rectangular or square around my design pieces).
  5. Do the same with your other design elements; pink bunny ears parts, pink bunny nose, brown chocolate messy mouth part. ¬†I don’t really make “patterns” for these elements, I just eyeball it. ¬†Anyway, the main thing to understand is that you just want big enough felt squares/rectangles cut out to fit your design pieces.
  6. Once you’ve got all those felt pieces cut out. ¬†Lay them out on your transfer webbing (trans web rough side toward the felt), and cut your trans web out in the same size pieces as your felt pieces.
  7. Next, take your felt pieces with their trans web backing pieces and with a hot, dry iron, iron the trans web onto the felt pieces one by one.  (If these instructions are a little foggy to you, refer to the instructions  on your trans web).
  8. Once you have adhered all the trans web pieces to their coordinating felt pieces you can use the paper backing side of the felt pieces to draw out your design elements. ¬†Below I have drawn out my inside bunny ears, my bunny nose, and my chocolate mouth piece, as well as my extra candy bar piece (you can leave out the candy bar if you’d like). ¬†Ignore the little slivered piece. ¬†I didn’t use it in my design.
  9. Now that you have your pieces drawn out on your felt, use your sharp scizzors and cut them out into their individual design elements.
  10. On your t-shirt, lay out all your design pieces to be sure that you like them and to get an idea for what order to iron them onto your shirt.
  11. Once you have a plan of action, remove your pieces from your shirt and then carefully peel away the paper backing to expose the rubbery trans web side of your felt pieces.
  12. Lay your t-shirt flat on your ironing board and place your first piece where you’d like and then set it to your shirt with a hot iron pressing firmly (trans web side to the shirt) and moving slowly over your felt piece.
  13. Continue layering your pieces on this way until your design elements are iron securely in place. ¬†I ironed my bunny ears first since I knew they’d be somewhat tucked under the head and then continued with the rest of the elements from bottom to top.
  14. Once you have all the elements on there, get out your alphabet stamps and find the letters that spell “hopped up”.
  15. Using the same fabric stamping technique as you learned from the “Alphabet Pillow Tutorial” spell out “hopped up” on your t-shirt. ¬†TIP: ¬†Start with the middle letters first and work out so you can center the words under your design.
  16. Once you’ve got your phrase on there and the ink/paint has dried, heat set your letters with a dry iron.
  17. At this point you can simply sew on your button eyes and be done if you’d like. ¬†The trans web won’t hold up but for just a few washes, but if you just want something quick and cute for your little one to wear for one day, it would work fine. ¬†But, I really like to finish my appliques with a contrasting stitch that not only secures the design to the shirt more permanently but also gives more detail and quirkiness to the design.
  18. So grab your machine and stitch down your applique at the edges of the design, being sure to stitch over each of the design elements and add special detail where you’d like. ¬†I am NOT by any means a great seamstress so I work kinda slow and my lines are NEVER straight, but once again, I like things a little “messy” looking and I think that it adds to the feel and look of the design. ¬†So don’t be afraid if you “screw up”. ¬†It will just add to the character of the shirt.
  19. Hand sew your mismatched button eyes onto your bunny. ¬†If you’re making this for a girl, it would be super cute I think to make a ribbon hair bow and tack that onto the bunny’s head.

And there you go! ¬†Hope you like it! ¬†The perfect shirt for your little Easter bunny who maybe has had a little too much candy today! ūüôā

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I thought it might be fun, since I’m new at this and all, if I let you guys pick which project you want to learn for Wednesday’s post. ¬†There are SO many things that I want to do and would love to show you but just to keep things from getting too complicated I’ll give you some options. ¬†Here they are:

  1. Custom Kids Shirt with Applique:
  2. Antiqued Clay Rosebud Necklace:
  3. Simple Mod Wall Mural:
  4. Custom Silhouette Art:
  5. Vintage Inspired Cocktail Hat:So there you go! ¬†5 things I can teach on Wednesday! ¬†Which will you choose!? ¬†Just post a comment to cast your vote for the project you’d like to see the most! ūüôā

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