I know “sew do it” is a cheesy title, but I like it and it embodies my relationship with my sewing machine. I learned to sew at a very young age on a very old Singer. We had an affair, this lovely machine and I, one summer sewing what my
I think arrows are a very overlooked decor must for Valentine’s Day. Cupid’s bow and arrow are pivotal parts of the love day lore so put down the hearts and pick up some dowels! I think a jar of arrows is the perfect addition to your holiday decor–simple yet interesting.
I’m seeing a new trend of using bunting on cakes. For homemade cakes, this adds such an adorable fun touch. A Pair of Pears has created an easy to follow tutorial as well as providing you with the bunting pattern. This means all you have to do is print out
Oh how I love to decorate this season with winter trees! No matter your religion or style, I think trees are a fun decor. I typically do not like the look of the purchasable faux mini trees. Here are a few great DIY ideas for creating you own: From Little
For years I have been making my own wreaths especially after seeing how much they cost and how inexpensively I can make them myself. Making wreaths is also fun to do with your children and family. Nothing beats hanging up a wreath on your front door after making it all
With Halloween successfully behind us, it’s time to start focusing in on Thanksgiving. As a kid, Thanksgiving was just something that happened between Halloween and Christmas. There was a lot of food involved and gathering of relatives I hadn’t seen since last Christmas. And while the tradition was a nice
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Want to add a little spook to your house without the cheesy witches and ghosts? Try subtle additions like this Spider Web Pillow that you can make yourself. It is super gorgeous, super fun. I guarantee once you make one, you’ll want to do another. With pretty basic sewing knowledge,