Instead of buying decorated garlands use those fabric scraps to create a garland with unique and homemade charm.
Glam up your Bugaboo stroller by following this tutorial to create your own Bugaboo canopy.
I have always bought a cinnamon stick broom when the holidays come around. Now I think I will add making this Winter Citrus potpourri to my favorite holiday scents.
If you love to make your special apple cider every year, try spicing it up by serving it inside a real apple.
THE IDEAS KEEP COMING…
Next time your kids take a bath have them whip up these waterproof finger puppets. Before you know it they will have perfected Romeo and Juliet.
Our friend Rachel from Handmade Charlotte creates the cutest Anthropologie Mini Line for little ones.
Kids grew out of their winter coats? No problem. Follow this pattern to make a coat as adorable as this.
Halloween costumes are almost done, good job mamas. Treat yourself by making this stylish winter shirt dress.
The Hatch Collection is brilliant now you can have maternity clothes that you can wear before, during and after the pregnancy.
Looks like an expensive coat, right? Click this link for the free pattern, yes I said free, and start sewing.
We all love our children’s artwork, but every day they come home with new stuff it’s hard to find new places to put it. Jan Eleni has created a new way to shrink your children’s artwork and compile it into framed collages. Check out what I mean on her page and click on collages to see the mini masterpieces.
Now that you have the patterns needed to make your winter coats, learn how to make a coat rack to hang all of them.
Obsessed with that stroller canopy and the fabric garland.
Great links!! That coat is AMAZING.
Soooo appealing. I love it.
Thanks for featuring my stroller canopy tutorial!