I’ve been busy sewing the last few weeks, getting lots of items ready for a handmade market last weekend. Unfortunately it was pretty disappointing sales wise, but that has led to an etsy shop full of new things. I am in the midst of photographing and listing, but wanted to show off this cute zippered pouch/pencil case in Stampin’ Up!’s Flirtatious Fabric.
The inside of this cute bag is lined with a turquoise and white print. You can check the bag out HERE if you are interested.
Have a wonderful weekend. I’m off to take more pics while it’s not raining 🙂
I thought I’d share this cute tee I just made for Miss Em. I’ve been spending far too much time blog surfing and reading about refashioning/renovating clothing. A $3 size 6 Kmart t-shirt has been lingering around my stamping/sewing table for ages and while Em certainly has no shortage of t-shirts, it was too tempting not to play with it 🙂 Here is the tutorial for the Billabong inspired t-shirt I made little miss.
I started with my grey Kmart t-shirt and some gorgeous Joel Dewberry Heirloom fabric in berry.
Less than half an hour later, I had this cute t-shirt.
The white strip you can see at the bottom of the waves is a piece of Stampin’ Up! twill tape. I’ve stitched waves onto it in pink cotton (and that took longer than the rest of the top!).
Emma loves the t-shirt, she promptly put it on so I guess it’s a winner 🙂
The Little Princess stamp set is perfect for making girly cards, and today that included our 2 year old neighbour Lucija.
The card base is Confetti White. I’ve used some Pool Party In Colour Prints, along with a piece of the retired Sweet Stitches DSP. The gorgeous princess is coloured using blender pens on watercolour paper.
We made some bedding for Lucija’s dolls, and I decided to make the card in colours to match it. Here’s a photo of the doll bedding. There’s a sleeping bag, pillow and blanket, all made in flannelette and gingham.
Now that the power is back on, I’m going back to making a few more bags using the stunning Spice Cake fabric. I hope to show you them in the next day or two.