With this free tutorial, make an adorable soother clip for your baby or for a unique baby shower gift! These simple fabric soother clips are made with a scrap of fabric, a suspender clip and a pearl snap. Instructions for adding an optional ruffle or rosette embellishment are included.
Make some bright and pretty new accent pillows for your home using this easy tutorial for buttoned pillow covers. These DIY instructions are easy to follow, and the pillows feature a sweet button placket on the front (or back, if you wish). This little project uses only a little bit of fabric and it’s quick!
This free printable 5×7 subway-style sunny yellow artwork is based on Galations 5:22-23 on the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Print this art for free at home, frame it, and hang it on your wall for encouragement!
I love soft, cuddly blankets! My favourite combination for a blanket is to sew it using cotton on the outside and buttery soft minkee fabric on the inside. The result is a substantial, high-quality blanket that is wonderful for a baby, for a living room throw, or for a bed! Minkee (or “minky”) fabric can be very thick and slippery. It also is a pain to cut because it can be so furry – fuzz can fly everywhere! In this tutorial on how to sew a “boutique” blanket, I’ll share how I work with this fabric. It’s a little tricky, but the results are beautiful.
by Christina Dennis Little neckties are so cute on babies and toddlers! They’re such a fun way to dress up a plain white tee or shirt with a pop of colour and whimsy. This tie design features a velcro neckpiece that can be adjusted as Baby grows from 6 months to 3 years and over. […]
If you have a home business and hand-make items for sale, exhibiting at a trade show or craft show is an excellent way to promote your brand and sell your product. It’s also a great way to meet your customers face-to-face and thank them for supporting you and your craft! After a few years of being a vendor at shows myself and also from co-producing my own show, WeeStock, I’ve found several things that have helped me find success at these events. I’d love to share these tips with you.
Download this free nursery wall artwork based on the 1958 poem by Ruth Hulbert Hamilton: “Oh cleaning and scrubbing
will wait till tomorrow, but children grow up, as I’ve learned with my sorrow. So quiet down, cobwebs. Dust go to sleep. I’m rocking my baby. Babies don’t keep.”
by Christina Dennis My 3-year-old daughter loves her little craft scissors, and the other day when I turned my head for two seconds she cut several neat little slits in a pair of her cute leggings! After giving her a lesson on what NOT to cut, I decided to upcycle the leggings into a cute […]
From handmade baby clothing to locally-produced food, www.canadasfarmersmarket.com boasts a long list of small Canadian companies with high-quality products and family values – like you would find at your local farmer’s market! We were so excited when Melanie, mom to Ruby and owner of the site, contacted us – what an inspirational DIY Mommy with […]
by Christina Dennis Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and here are some FREE printable Valentines just for you featuring a cupcake and a little bird that I’ve drawn. To download a printable PDF of the layout, click right here: The DIY Mommy Print at Home Valentine Happy Valentine’s Day!