Thursday, December 27, 2012
Monday, July 2, 2012
Friday, June 29, 2012
Today's fun was making satin bows and attaching them to this metalic silver flip flop. The embellishment in the center of the bow has a single rhinestone and adds a little extra charm. ( no pun intended :)
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
|My Key Lime Pie|
I found a new recipe that my whole family LOVES! It comes from the back of this bottle:
Today I am digging out all of my unfinished projects - well some of them, not all of them. I found a pile of ribbons I had prepared for korkers last winter but had never completed. I picked these colors to match one of my daughter's outfits. Korker bows are surprisingly easy to make and look quite festive!
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Sunday, June 10, 2012
My daughter is such a GIRLY girl! She loves anything frilly, fluffy and furry. So of course, she wanted a tutu. After all, it makes twirling and dancing so much more fun!
This tutu is not made with elastic, but with a long 1 1/2 inch wide ribbon that I can just tie around her. This makes it much easier for me to help her to get it on rather than fighting with the frills while pulling the elastic up to her waist.
(You can see her shorts in the back - her tie needed to be tightened. It does cover all of her :)
Sunday, March 4, 2012
|17 x 6 inch flannel heat pack|
Over that past few months I have had a few requests for larger heating pads and one client even special ordered some. I've always hesitated making them because I wasn't sure how they would fit in a microwave. Well this weekend I finally experimented with making a some.The bags fit in the microwave just fine if you fold them. The heating time is, of course, is a couple minutes longer. I let my husband try one out for his neck and he liked how it wrapped around better than the shorter ones I have.
|22 x 5 inch heating pack with removable cover.|
|This is what the heat pack looks like without the cover. All of these bags are double-stitched to last longer.|