Learn how to sew a cozy and luxurious faux fur throw blanket with this simple step-by-step tutorial! This gorgeous DIY faux fur blanket would be a wonderful addition to your Fall and Winter home decor.Continue reading
Welcome to the final day of a week of easy, handmade scarf tutorials. It’s Scarf Week – like Shark Week, but far less frightening! From Monday to Friday, I’ve shared with you 5 super-duper-simple handmade scarf tutorials that would make great gifts for your friends and family this Christmas season. These are seriously easy to knock out. I made all 5 scarves in a couple of little girl nap times over two days!
The third DIY scarf I want to share with you is this plush and oh-so-cozy faux fur cowl. Up here in Alberta, soft and warm things like this that hug your neck and look stylish too are essentials! This was also a simple scarf to make, and I’m trying to decide if I want to give it away or keep it for myself.Continue reading
My Little C (4 years old) is quite the fashionista and decorator already.
Her favourite colour is dark purple, and the second runner up is hot pink.
For her new room in our new house, she requested that it be her favourite colours. I convinced her to throw a bit of turquoise in the scheme, and we agreed upon a purple, hot pink and turquoise bedroom decorated in hearts and flowers. What a girl!
What makes these DIY pillows look so special when they’re really quite easy to sew is the fun fabric! For the faux fur ones, I just used the fur on one side and used a plain broadcloth on the other. The satin ribbon rosette fabric is so lovely – it has so much texture and it looks like I could have fashioned the rosettes by hand (but I didn’t – so easy)!
The best thing about having a mom who’s currently obsessed with sewing pillow covers? Pillow forts!
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