Great for those with a basic level of sewing. The tutorial offers step-by-step photos as well as detailed instructions to get something both practical and easy on the eye. Find it here.
This tutorial gives you access to a private blog with step-by-step instructions and tons of pictures that will take you through the process of creating your own holiday organizer to help manage your inspired decor ideas, gift lists, addresses, thank you notes, and recipes. For those of you who like to make it rather than buy it and tend to customize your holidays with handmade gifts and special touches in your home.
It lets you use items you may already have at home and teaches a few techniques that you can adapt to fit your color scheme or taste making it great for any budget or style.
Use these creative reuses of old materials to make a special keepsake for a friend or a blank memory journal for family members this holiday season. Find it here.
This tutorial is a Handmade Pocket Organizer. I came up with it after noticing the need for shoe storage in a small space but failing to find something pretty as well as the right size for the intended purpose. It's design allows for a variety of uses such as a shoe holder, hygiene station, craft supply storage, or for use in your office.
Last but not least, I've included a limited amount of vintage backed, handmade burp cloths from some of the linens I've collected from flea markets and estate sales over the years. They've been repurposed into lovely little mess catchers and are for individual sale. Check out my Etsy shop to see the full listing of prints available.
Check back often this week for a variety of beautiful posts from some especially talented ladies. In the meantime, I'll be finishing up some tutorials for our Fall Online Class that is currently in progress but I'll be back to let you know when our sweet Ruby arrives! Thank you so much for stopping by.