Are you going to a superbowl party this weekend? I am! I was pondering what to bring for the feast, and I thought something you can eat with your hands would be ideal, and monkey bread popped into my mind. Usually this is a sweet treat (our Chai Monkey Bread Recipe and Lemon Monkey Bread Recipe are favorites), but I thought it could be just as fun and maybe even more delicious in a savory version.
I grabbed some pesto and sun dried tomatoes from the pantry, and a little cheese, and got to work. This recipe is surprisingly simple to make, but will look very impressive to your party going friends.
Most importantly, it’s delicious. Get our Savory Pesto Monkey Bread Recipe after the jump… (more…)
Tie-dye and summer go hand in hand, but in winter we are all about the Japanese art of Shibori dyeing. Have you tried it yet? Once I opened the package I was dyeing everything from scraps of fabric to dresses and pants. Today I’m going to show you how to incorporate Shibori into a sweet Valentine’s Day gift with these Shibori heart hand warmers.
Learn how to make the DIY Shibori Heart Hand Warmers after the jump…
I have been holding onto this chambray fabric from Fabricworm for a bit now, trying to come up with the perfect project. You know when you just love a fabric so much you hold onto it forever and then end up not making anything with it? Ya, I don’t know what that’s like either.
In order to get the ball rolling, I started by making this cute baby bonnet with leather ties. I ditched the ruffles on this one because I wanted to give it a more modern look, and added leather ties. Notice a theme this past week (ahem, Leather Mason Jar Mug and Leather Heart Keychains)? I adore how it turned out and am now on the hunt for a sweet baby to give it to. Know of any?
Check out the DIY Baby Bonnet with Leather Ties after the jump…