Category Archives: Crafty

Ultimate DIY Bundle

If you read my blog, you probably love to create. There’s a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment making. The great thing about crafting and DIY is that there’s so much to get involved in! There’s this huge world of crafting opportunities out there, … Continue reading

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How To Deconstruct a T-shirt For Maximum Refashioning

This is the best way to deconstruct a T-shirt & get the largest cuts possible for refashioning. Chopping up a t-shirt isn’t neuro-science; and this process may be instinctive for many long time sewists. If you’re a newbie to sewing or textile … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Boutique Hair Bows

I received a copy of 50 Ribbons Rosettes & Bows to Make in exchange for my honest review.  50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make by Deanna McCool begins with types of ribbons and their properties. It helps you choose tools … Continue reading

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Stenciled T-shirt Refashion for Tweens

I’m sharing a stenciled t-shirt refashion today! (Its another mama-daughter collaboration!) The spray painting is easy enough for older kids to handle, but we did pick up some tips for you. By that, I mean that we ruined a shirt … Continue reading

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DIY Fringe T-shirt Refashion for Tweens

Here’s a DIY fringe t-shirt refashion that your tween girls will love. It’s an easy way to recycle t-shirts that are too big, too short, or stained. Plus…it will entertain them for a little bit, so you can finally have … Continue reading

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