My office gallery wall. No measuring, just start in the middle and move your way out. Add things you love from the past, not just photos.
Just did this sitting in my desk chair with no bobby pins--if you tie the hair twice (my hair is about down to my shoulder blades) and wrap another ponytail holder around the whole bun twice it secures it perfectly and the elastic seems to fold under the whole bun so it's almost invisible.
Burlap wreath... 1/2 yard each 2 different colors cut into 6inch strips. T pins . Styrofoam wreath. Cut burlap in strips . Wrap wreath in one color and pin. Pin opposite strips in "bubbles" along front side. Pin down each fold hiding the pin ended the folds. There is no pattern , just put your fabric bubbles where you want them . Use one strip to make your hanger , tie a simple knot. Cut other strip in half and use to tie your bow.
EVERYONE has no excuse not to be able to fold a fitted sheet now! Excellent tutorial....and just like my momma taught me.
For The Home.
The tutorial from 'sewing in no mans land' site is great! Just choose your fabric and follow the instructions. So cute!
images to remember
No I'm not pregnant again:-). I just thought it was great that there's a place to get patterns for sewing maternity dresses, shirts, and
The perfect sewing pattern for beginners! No zippers, no buttons, no fuss! Just super simple fitting, scope to practise your straight stitching, and detailed photo tutorials to demystify the process.
Scraplings!- base cardstock measuring 1 1/2" x 9" and scored at 4 1/2". Fold on score line. What I used next that is pretty neat are address labels. You see all the stamped white layers? Those are adhesive-backed address labels. Stamp on them and then just peel and stick!
How to judge degrees and angles in the sky...instead of just measuring in "sky inches"