Wednesday, June 21, 2017

DIY Hand painted wood signs

Hi guys! I have to tell you I've been having a TON of fun hand painting!
 
Just look at these cute signs!!!!
There are a lot of tutorials on PINTEREST to make your own hand painted signs, go check them out!
 
 
In a nut shell here is how you make them.
 
1. Print out what you want to paint onto your board.
 
2.On the back of the print out shade over the print with a pencil.
 
3.Flip it back over and place on your board.
 
4.Outline your letters using a pen and then an outline will be left on your board.
 
4.Paint inside of these lines to get your saying onto the board.
 
5. Then you are DONE!
 
THIS TUTORIAL is the BEST one in my opinion! Go check it out, you'll be happy you did!
 
 
 

How AWESOME are these signs?
 
I still need to frame them all and once I do I'll be sure to share!
 Follow me on istagram PLEASE!!!
 
Happy crafting!

Saturday, June 17, 2017

NO WORRIES Blog Hop


Hi guys!
Today I have something fun to share with you! I'm part of a BLOG HOP!
 
How exciting, right?! I'm totally excited for you to hop along and check out all these blogs with me as I know there is some AMAZING talent out there!
 
Welcome to our Close to my Heart NO WORRIES Blog Hop! We will be showcasing items from our new Seasonal Expressions catalog2 with various projects created by talented Close to my Heart consultants.
 
 If you are visiting from Diana's BLOG then you are on the right track, if not please start at the beginning with our hostess Carol's BLOG. Next check out Brenda's BLOG
This is the card I created. I cut the palm tree using the FLOWER MARKET cricut cartridge.



You can SHOP my website HERE
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
 

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Whole Cloth Quilt Baby Size

HI!
If you follow me on INSTAGRAM then you've seen this quilt before.
I actually started working on this quilt a while ago, but FINALLY gave it as a gift.
So here it is!!

 

This whole cloth quilt was made using 2 yards of fabric (one for the top and one for the back).
I just quilted with straight lines and sewing them at random distances apart.

To finish it off I added a cute pink-ish mauve fabric for the binding. This little baby quilt came together QUICK!
 
Finished: 39x47 inches
Pattern: Designed by me
Quilting: Quilted with straight lines
Fabric: All from quilt shops, but I can't remember the brand (sorry).
 
Happy quilting!