Do you need a last minute table runner for your Thanksgiving dinner, or perhaps you would like to make one for Christmas…or any occasion for that matter. Well, here is a tutorial on how to make a “Super Easy Table Runner!” This project is wonderful for a beginning seamstress or great for someone that is advanced!
Today I am visiting over at I Should Be Mopping The Floor. I am showing everyone how to make to make this Burlap and Sunflower Wreath! I would absolutely love it if you would skip on over and check this out!I put this wreath out on my chalkboard door out in my yard and I love how bright and cheery it is and how it welcomes me every time I come home!
So…go visit Kristi at I Should Be Mopping the Floor and see how easy it is to make this darling wreath! Of course, you could change out the flowers and add any color of flowers or …I am thinking pumpkins and acorns for the fall!
Check out the tutorial and see how simple this project really is!
Today I have a fun food craft that you can do with the kiddos! I am back to tending two of my grandkids a couple of days a week and I decided that we needed a project to do. I still have some limited use in my right arm and hand, but I can cook again, so we decided it would be fun to make cupcakes!
Medical update: I am getting a little bit stronger every day. I think the thing that fooled me the most was how weak I am and how little energy I have! I guess that is from the blood loss. I feel like my arm is getting a little bit stronger every day and my incision is healing well. The good news is that the numbness is slowly leaving…the bad news…I can now feel it! I still have my super glue on the top of the incision, but the bruising is almost gone. (My arm just looks a little bit dirty where the bruising is!) I can now start lifting 10 pounds, but I cannot yet rotate my arm outwards all the way. But all in all, I would say that I am doing super!
So, I still cannot do very many projects, but I would like to share one with you that I picked up at a little boutique during our town celebration:
Hi everyone, here is my first project post since my accident! I want to thank everyone again for all of your kind, sweet comments and for your support, they both mean the world to me!
Obviously, this project was finished before my injury, but it is one that I have thoroughly enjoyed while I have been recuperating!
Today I have a couple of fun projects just in time for your 4th of July decorating! I am going to show you how to make sisal balls in any color or size and a matching Americana jar to complete a little vignette!
When my friend and I went shopping a week or so ago we found these cute Americana tote bags that have the Declaration of Independence on it…as soon as I saw it, I knew that it would make a darling pillow.
One of my DIL’s bought some cute wired frames for her house and she brought them over and we fixed them up with some fun fabric to make it match the room that they are going in! It was such an easy way to customize these cute frames!
I saw an apron at a little boutique a while back and I decided that I wanted try to make one. The idea is a very simple one, and when it came to making it, it was very simple to make! I love it when that happens!
I have a fun post that I shared over at I Should Be Mopping The Floor a couple of weeks ago and I wanted to share it with you today!
This project is one that could be used for several different occasions such as Birthdays, Teacher Appreciation, Graduation, Baby or Wedding Showers , Just Because, or just for a cute Thank You gift! It is a cute spin on an old project!