My husband and I are going camping for a few days next week, and I'm ridiculously excited about it. I haven't been in four years, which is probably the longest span in my entire life. It will also be our first time tent camping without kids in 24 years, so yeah, it's a big deal. We just bought a new extra-thick air mattress, we're sorting through our gear this weekend and I'm working on a menu. The only question left is - what crafts should I bring to work on...Read More
Another busy week, but I feel like I was pretty productive. I figured out what I'm making for my next appearance on Afternoon Live, WHILE I was getting my grays colored. That's what I call multi-tasking. I also made a couple of things that weren't on my to-do list, possibly while ignoring things that were, but hey, when inspiration strikes you have to go with it.
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These onesies from Make It and Love It are adorable from the front, but oh those little tails!
What I like most about this string art from Michael's is the ability to change it up with the seasons without having to re-do the whole thing.
I'm finding myself wondering if I can talk my husband into a version of this bedroom from Paint Yourself a Smile. Bonus points if you can place the movie quotes on the wall - some of my favorites are there!
I want to dip peanut butter cookies in this peanut butter cookie dough dip from Debi Talks. Too much?
I love Kona solid cotton fabric, and I just discovered this color chart panel at Fabric.com, printed with swatches of the various colors and their names. I've seen this panel made into projects, like bags, which means I'm going to need one to play with and one to keep.
You can find these, and my previous Friday Favorites, on my Crafty Staci’s Friday Favorites Pinterest board!
I’m curious – does anyone know why January is so full of sales on baby-related stuff? I’ve never understood that one. Do they suddenly need stuff after the new year begins? Are there more babies born at that time of year? Maybe it’s people buying gifts for those pregnancies announced over the holiday season. Whatever it is, I never get tired of looking at cute kid stuff. Especially the shoes. Oh, the teeny, tiny, little shoes.
I’m just going to start this off with this Oversized Baby Bow Headwrap from A Joyful Riot. Wouldn’t you?
This Barn Door Baby Gate from Remodelaholic is a huge step up from the plastic version you find everywhere.
Crib bumpers are cushy, cute and easy to make. Visit Peek-A-Boo Pages to learn how.
Hahahahaha! They’re on the floor anyway, right? If you have a crawler, you need this Cleaning Crew Onesie from Creative Green Living.
You’d think it couldn’t get cuter than this Faux Vest Onesie from Make It and Love It, but then she throws in that interchangeable bowtie.
I love the geometric fox on this diaper clutch from Two Kids and a Blog.
It doesn’t get any more girlie than this Highchair Tutu from The Melrose Family. I want one.
I remember my babies scratching themselves with freshly cut fingernails. These Baby Mitts from Gracious Threads are both cute and functional – and so easy to make!
Ruffles on a baby booty, as it should be. See Kate Sew shares this adorable pattern.
What did I say about baby shoes?!? These Crochet Baby Converse from Suzanne Resaul on Ravelry are perfect in every way.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!