Filed under Easter

Back to Basics Due to Injury

Back to Basics Due to Injury

Last week I twist my knee in a late night jaunt to Booga’s Room, a metal train, losing my balance, hitting his bed on the way down to the floor.  This made for a very unproductive week, unproductive in the sense I could not do anything I wanted to do that involved walking.  I was … Continue reading

Lavender Easter Wreath

I really wanted to make an Easter Wreath this year.  Altered Pages does a Challenge every month and I always say I get around to it.  This month’s challenge is lavender and I always think of Easter when I hear lavender.  I think it stems from the lavender flowered Easter dress I had as a … Continue reading

Star Wars Felt Peeps

Star Wars Felt Peeps

Pin It Yes I am well aware I hate Peeps but that doesn’t mean everyone does (including my husband).  Originally these were going to be for our good friend Jamie but I hand sewed these and I couldn’t bring myself to part with them.  I was also informed I have opened a can of worms … Continue reading

Teacher Gifts for Wonderful Wednesdays

Teacher Gifts for Wonderful Wednesdays

Well I have been working on Teacher Gifts for Wonderful Wednesday.  This morning I was going to make bracelets then I decided to make bookmarks instead.  The beaded ribbon bookmarks are pretty popular I have seen them in gift shops, book stores, Etsy, pretty much anywhere that you can think of.  One thing that I … Continue reading

Easy Magnet Frames

Easy Magnet Frames

Every year we get cheap, ugly advertisement magnets on our phone books, I never want to throw them away because I always say I’m going to do something with them.  This morning I got inspired, I was cleaning and I came across some of the PrincessE’s paintings and decided to stop what I was doing … Continue reading

Felt Doctor’s Kit

So this is still in the baby stage but Jillian really loves to play doctor and does not have a Doctor’s Kit, so I have decided to make one. I did look on Etsy for some ideas then I just decided to wing it and make my own (I have a ton of felt.) I … Continue reading