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If you’re like our family….you go through A LOT of cereal boxes.
How-Do-You-Do-Bardot Maillot (left), Bubblegum Top (right) For the past year, I’ve been sewing built-in shelf bras, with cups, into maillots (unitards), t-shirts, and tank tops. My original inspiration for this came from several vintage garments—a dress and bathing suit—that I wear regularly, which have built in bras.
This was a polo that Philip bought a few years ago, but when it accidentally went through the dryer and shrunk quite a bit, he no longer liked it.
Oh my gosh! Have you seen all the awesome ideas floating around out there that turn simple Ikea products into amazing home decor?? I love them!
Another day, another skirt! My new favorite clothing piece is this maxi skirt with a yoga waistband I whipped up. Please forgive the lack of pictures...I made this so fast I didn't think to take pictures!
A couple weeks ago I pinned this little number on pinterest: Maxi Dress ...Beautiful?
i am PUMPED today! wanna know why? cause i’m gonna show you how to make quick, easy, and inexpensive dresses just like these!
I promise this will be my last time using blue and white striped fabric for a while.
Curbly-Original This year, I'm all over making my own wrapping paper.
Hey, all!! If you missed the post on Saturday, I'm excited to announce a really fun series called Belly+Baby I'm doing with my fabulous bloggy pals Kate and Shauna, of See Kate Sew , and Shwin & Shwin ! We'll each be posting a maternity/baby related project every Monday for the month of September!
Trash to Couture original DIY tutorials
My favorite retailer sends me many catalogs and sale mailers.
I am thrilled to have Aly from Artisan des Arts return as a guest blogger this week!