I wanted to make a quilt for a cute friend and so this is what I came up with…a Baby Boy Flannel Quilt! (more…)
DIY Christmas Book Angels
How is everyone doing on their Christmas preparations? We had our big Sinterklaas Party last weekend and it was so fun!
The kids all had a great time and we had a jolly old visitor come!
After he left we gave everyone their Christmas jammies and blankets and I gave each family one of these Christmas book angels! (more…)
As promised, I have the Shower Bomb Recipe for you today! (more…)
The project I have today…Frosted Christmas Jars…is an oldie, but a goodie!
This is a re-post from a couple of years ago, but I think that it is a fun way to start off the season by sharing some of our favorite Christmas Traditions!
This is a lengthy post, but you have all weekend…right? :)
One of our Christmas traditions that we do is to donate blankets and quilts to one of our local hospitals. We start this in November or even before. I try to make a few quilted quilts and then we all tie several fringed fleece blankets. (click on link for tutorial on how to make these easy fleece blankets) This year I did a few quilted quilts for our ward Humanitarian Project.
(I love this cute picture!!! My grandson was only 2 1/2 years old in this picture, he is now almost 8 years old!)
Vintage Crochet Snowflakes
How is everyone doing? Are you all ready for the big Thanksgiving Holiday?
I am usually on Team Thanksgiving…but this year I decided to get my Christmas up early!!! I had the help of several of my grandkids and kids!
So with all of their help, I was able to get everything all done in the decorating department in just 2 days!!! I think I will recruit them every year from here on out.
Today, I have a fun idea that some of you might want to give a try. They are Vintage Crochet Snowflakes! (more…)
I was fortunate enough to be a part of a Humanitarian Quilt Project!
I needed a small bag for a gift, so I decided to make these Super Easy Fun Zipper Bags!
They are so easy to do and they make a great little gift! (more…)