I was asked to make a unique wedding shower gift and once I looked online for some inspiration I came up with this fabulous pillow!! I just LOVE how it turned out!I used my Silhouette Cameo just like I use with a lot of my other projects. This was a project made with freezer paper, paint and fabric.
I bought some fabric from JoAnn Fabrics in a tan color, almost like a Muslin. Then I had the regular paint at home, which I just added fabric medium to it. I use a flat headed sponge brush to paint it and freezer paper stencil cut out from my Silhouette. You cut the negative image out on freezer paper, and you mirror the image. You then iron the freezer paper onto the fabric, with shiny side down, and it temporarily sticks to the fabric your ironing it onto. This creates a stencil and you can paint it how you wish! I’ve did this quite a few times with the other pillows I have in my Etsy Shop too. Just brush the paint on, and make sure the whole area is covered. Don’t put too much on or it will take forever to try and it might seep through the edges of the paper and your project won’t turn out right. Tada! After the paint dries, you peel off the paper and you have your project!! I thought a little red in the heart would be perfect for this pillow. The pillow is meant to represent where the couple met each other. I know they will love it! I can’t wait to get it listed on my Etsy Shop!
With a few new babies coming from friends and family, it’s the perfect opportunity for me to use my new multi-needle embroidery machine and make those cute gifts I’d been dying to make for awhile. With my single needle, it’s not as easy to make these so I had shyed away from making bigger named projects just because it’s so complex. But no longer will I do that!! I LOVE my new Brother Entrepreneur PE-650e!
I made this matching set for my old co-worker/friend who is due with a little girl around Thanksgiving. We are throwing her a little shower today with some co-workers and it will be fun to see all my old friends!
The gown was ordered and I appliqued her name onto it. I found this fabulous fabric at Hobby Lobby, so bright and cheerful!! I made her a matching bib with the pattern that my aunt mailed me when I was pregnant with my son 9 years ago! It’s a great pattern and perfect size for babies!! And homemade is WAY better then store bought! I also purchased the little knit hat and put her name on it too! Perfect for hospital pictures!
Making this tag blanket was super easy. Just use a 12″ x 12″ piece of fabric and minky backing, along with various ribbons and stitch it together. Babies love these things!
made her this beautiful gown out of a onsie and fabric. I saw a few patterns on Pinterest and kinda made up my own. I didn’t take pictures, but maybe next time. It has elastic on the bottom just like the regular gowns. Matching bib with minky on the back and a personalize burp cloth for Miss Sophia! I can’t wait to see her open it today, which is why I set the blog to publish later on so she won’t see it til she opens it at the shower!!! Congrats Matt & Amanda!
To thank all my wonderful customers for all their purchases, I am doing another giveaway!!!
Enter below to win a Personalized Melamine Platter! Winner to be announced Friday, August 16th at 7pm!! Spread the word and tell your friends! Enter now!! (You get to customize the platter yourself. Pick the background patter, colors, names and everything!)
Hello everyone!! Hope you had a great weekend! I spent the weekend at Crop for a Cause, trying to raise money for hearing loss. My cousin’s daughter was born with mild hearing loss and they are having a walk to raise money for the the foundation so I took part in it! We had fun crafting, some sewing, some scrapbooking and even some crocheting!!
She also did a raffle and I won an Origami Owl necklace! I’m so excited to get it! 🙂
I made this new style frame for a gift last week.
I think it turned out so cute!! If your interested, click on the picture and you can contact me via my Facebook page!!
Catching up on orders this week, had a lot for these frames, it’s wedding season you know!
Spring is almost here in Michigan, I can feel the warmth coming!