Friday, October 21, 2011

{Crazy Blessed Love} Feature Friday

Woo hoo!!  Week #3 of Feature Friday!
 
Until I get some time to really blog about what I've been working on, here's a sneak peek!

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1) Sock Monkey Completed! 2) Sock Monkeys Cut Out to Complete 3) Lots of patching and hemming
4) Embroidering quilt squares   5) Cutting out Quilt Pieces for my niece   6) Button/Embroidery Art


On to our features!  You won't see many (or any!) Halloween features.  After the past month of Halloween projects, I'm already over it.  {Yep, and we're still over a week away...}

Let me just put this out there right now...I'm cheap.  If I can make something out of scraps or garbage, I'm all for it.  And I love this tutorial for gift bows!  I'm going to sit down and make a bunch for gifts!

{DIY Gift Bows from It's Just Called Spicy}

I have a thing for chandeliers {remember this post here?}  Isn't this beautiful!?!  A huge transformation from the original piece!

{Chandelier Makeover from Its Overflowing}

I love this homemade casserole carrier!  I adore this fabric. {see projects here and here using it}  Such a great gift idea too!

{Casserole Carrier from Taylor Made}

I love this tip to cheat your way to a winter wardrobe.  I do this too, except we just have a white and pink long sleeve shirt that we layer tees over.  The nice thing about this tip?  You can do it with any color!  Gotta do this...

{Add Sleeves to Tees via My Own Road}

This is such a great tutorial for reverse applique.  And it's such a cute way to glam up a plain shirt.
{Reverse Applique Heart Tee via A Pumpkin and A Princess}


If you were featured...grab a button!




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4 comments:

  1. My grandmother used to make casserole carriers like that!!! And I can't wait to see your post about the button art. When I was in high school, I worked at a dry cleaners and they had jars and jars and jars of buttons. When I'd get bored at work, I'd use them to make art, but with glue, not sewing. :o)

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  2. wow Thank you so much for featuring me and my gift bow tutorial! I really appreciate the shout out! :)
    Jenna from its just called spicy

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  3. Look at you friend showing off my chandelier! Thanks!! The funny thing is, before I even scrolled down and saw that, I was posting your button embroidery idea in my pinterest because its such a genius idea and may keep little B busy! Love that!!! I'm so so so glad to be your "follower'!!! And think your blog is so great, "this crazy blessed life" --- totally relate! Grabbing your button now!!! Thanks so much!

    Aimee @ ItsOverflowing

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  4. Your blog is great!!!!! My husband is born/raised in Harlan, KY. We live in Memphis, TN now. Thanks for creating such a fun blog!
    Beth
    @ flairforhome.blogspot.com

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