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Easy Zipper Bag with Personalized Embroidery Teacher Gift Idea

This zipper bag is the perfect beginner sewing project. Add a teachers name written by your child using embroidery for a personalized teacher gift. 
teacher gift idea easy zipper bag with child embroidery
I love giving homemade gifts when I have time to make them. Something about homemade that is so wonderful. Zipper bags are my favorite to make because you can use any fabric and they are such a quick sew.

DIY Modern Wood Necklace Hanger

 This modern wood necklace holder is easy to make and a fun way to hold your necklaces. Plus you can customize it with any stain or color to match your room decor. 
a fun modern jewelry holder to hang your necklaces and bracelets. Try the konmarie method to organize your jewelry.

Knee Patches leggings with Heat Transfer Vinyl

Make some cute knee patches using heat transfer stretch vinyl! you can use coordinating colors to make layered vinyl designs. Such a quick and fun project. Thanks for HTV World for supplying the vinyl for this post. All opinions are MY own; I wouldn't share if I didn't like the product :). 
add to little girl leggings knee patches using layers on heat transfer vinyl
It wouldn't be right to head into springtime without a pineapple project :). I've been wanting to try stretch htv (heat transfer vinyl) for a long time and  knee patches on little girl leggings seemed like a fabulous opportunity!

Small Laundry Room and Bathroom Makeover Week 1 || One Room Challenge

This is the week 1 of the One Room Challenge Spring 2018. We are participating by making over our laundry room AND our small bathroom right next to it. Follow us along the next 6 weeks. 

As we slowly been updating our house, one of rooms I've dying to fix was our laundry room. It was functional with wire shelves above the washer and dryer, but those shelves were wobbly and I could never keep them tidy. 

Mommy and Me Striped and Floral Shirts | January Sewing Challenge

Matching shirts are fun for mama and girl, but hard to find. So why not just make them! They can be easy and quick to make. 
 I really love sewing for my kiddos. There are so many fun and cute things to make for them. Like these dinosaur sweat shirts or these soft play cube toys or this Alphabet matching game, I could go on (see more HERE). But I decided I needed to do a little more sewing for myself, so I made a personal goal in January to sew something for me every month (you can see past things I've made for me HERE).

A Simple, Modern and Colorful Baby Shower

Create an simple, modern and colorful baby shower easily. Just a few colorful tissue fans decorations and some homemade pom poms will brighten your party. Thank you to Oriental Trading for sponsoring this post. 
hang Tissue hanging fans for any spring party or baby shower event
Last month, I helped my mom throw a baby shower for my two sisters who were due a month apart from each other. As I write this, today was the due date for my older sister, but she was lucky to have her baby a week early. 

DIY Light Sconce Corbel Style IKEA Ranarp Light Hack

use IKEA DIY pendant light shelves to hold temporary light
I'm finally getting around to posting about my craft room/area lighting. In cased you missed it, last March I shared the finished product of my crafting area (you can go here to see all the pics). One of my favorite parts of the area the DIY lighting we added.

Edible Chocolate Play Dirt and Mini Plastic Trucks

For hours of fun, this edible dirt doesn't have any added sugar and is a great inside activity for cold winter day inside activities or really hot summer day indoor activities. 
edible dirt for trucks or dinosaurs
I was going through old pictures and came across the kids playing with edible chocolate play dirt. They loved it so much and played with it and their mini plastic trucks for a long time. I even stored it in the fridge for them to play with during the month that I made it. 

edible play dirt for toy trucks
The best part is that it's looks like dirt but all of the ingredients are edible and there is no sugar added. Honestly though, the kids didn't want to eat it, but just loved having a place for their mini plastic tractors and mini plastic dinosaurs.
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