I have two free printables for you today. A Geometric Pineapple coloring page and a Watercolor version of the Geometric Pineapple - go to end of the post to download.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
This Ikea MALM dresser hack was a fun update using contact paper and can be taken off at any time. It's perfect for a kids room, a space room or any room really. This post may contain affiliate links. Thanks for supporting Sisters, What!
I've been going through old pictures and I came across the Ikea MALM dresser hack that I changed up to a galaxy dresser. For my boys room we had a space theme planned, so I thought I'd try out some galaxy painting. BUT, I didn't want to do it right on the actual dresser. I didn't have that much confidence in my painting skills...so I bought some black contact paper.
I saw on A Girl and Her Glue Gun how she does Throwback Thursdays on her blog by showcasing old posts and I thought it was such a good idea. So I thought I'd give that a try. It might not be every week, but a Thursday here and there.
As I get in the middle of my pregnancy, I'm starting to remember all having a new little baby entails. One of those things is that I have to go back to a bigger bag that carries more than just my wallet and essentials. Kinda sad thinking about it, but totally worth it. Especially since my go to diaper bag is my DIY striped leather bag. It is my favorite bag I've ever made and it held everything I needed for my baby. But, it can definitely be used for more than a diaper bag. I love how it doesn't look like a diaper bag.
If doing the stripes bag cut
4 black strips (I used Bella Solid Fabric)- 2.75 inches x 15.5 inches
4 white strips - 2.75 inches x 15.5 inches (I used this fabric here)
(if doing a solid piece of fabric cut: 2 pieces fabric - 10 inches x 15.5 inches)
2 pieces of Leather/vinyl (or other heavy fabric like Cotton Duck Canvas Cloth ) - 8 inches x 15.5 inches (I used this color of Leather)
2 pieces of batting (I used Anne Soft and Sable ) 17 inches x 15.5 inches
2 pieces of duck cloth - 17 inches x 15.5 inches
1 favorite fabric (for pocket #1) [I used Moda Fabric] - 12 inches x 15.5 inches
1 heavy weight interfacing (for pocket #1) - 11.75 inches x 15.5 inches
1 favorite fabric (for pocket #2) - 14 inches x 15.5 inches
1 heavy weight interfacing (for pocket #2) - 13.75 inches x 15.5 inches
1 - Leather/vinyl for strap - mine was 34 inches x 5.25 inches (however, you might want your longer, so find another bag you like and decide you long you want it)
2 - leather pieces for strap - 3 inches x 2.75 inches
2 - leather pieces for D ring on bag - 3 and 1/2 inches x 1 and 1/4 inches
Fabric for pockets (I personally love Cotton and Steel)
Now click below to go to full tutorial:
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For some reason I am either quick to share a project on here or it takes me a year to finally blog about it :). This gumball machine is the later. It's not a typical project that I would even think to do, because candy or gum on a shelf in the eyesight of small ones always seems like a bad idea, but my sister-Sierra for her wedding was having a old fashioned candy table so I just had to make one for her. I mean, you have to have gumballs as part of a old fashioned candy collection and a gumball machine is right up there to me with nostalgia candy.
The other day I was scrolling through the hashtag #sharegoodness on Instagram and was really loving all the inspiration and goodness that can be found on there. So I decided that it would be really fun to start sharing my favorite inspirational quotes on Instagram on Sundays.
Did you know March is National Craft Month? Don't worry, I had no idea either until I read it on someone's blog. Well I thought in honor of the month it'd be a good time to finally share my finished craft space. Last year when we participated in the one room challenge, for our Master Bedroom (see the finished room HERE) I never actually finished my craft area space. Yes, it has taken me a WHOLE year to get it all put together. And even still I'm always moving stuff around.
To not bore you with words, I'm going to overload you with pictures instead :). See the bottom of post for sources.
Bath paint is perfect for rainy days, snowy days, cold days, hot days, basically for any reason you and your littles are stuck inside. Plus it's made with soap so easy clean up!
I know I'm not the only one getting sick of winter and all that has come with it. I feel like almost everywhere (well except the southern states) have been hit hard by either snow or rain or just plain cold weather. The forecast in the PNW, rain, rain and more rain. I really do love the rain, but there comes a time that you just need sunshine. Especially when your littles just need to get out and run around.