Sairshe and I made some handmade seed paper hearts last weekend for her to give to her pre-k classmates. It was so fun and easy and I hope the kids really plant them and grow flowers! Here’s a tutorial to inspire you to make your own paper. It’s the best way to use up what [...]
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My kiddo is just about to turn 2! It feels like time is flying by but then it also feels like little Sesame has been with us a lot longer than just 2 years. I barely remember life before her sometimes! We’re having a birthday bash this weekend and I whipped up this cute and [...]
I’ve been making a ton of felt food to give to little Sesame for Easter. She loves playing with her toy kitchen but she doesn’t have any food to play with! That needs to change. There are lots of great pictures and some free patterns for felt food on the internet (as well as a [...]
Sesame is more and more interested in playing with her dolls lately so I whipped up a super simple ring sling for her to use. I chose a ring sling so that she won’t outgrow it any time soon and I hardly had to do any measuring. Unlike the clothes I make for, she loved [...]
I love making paper snowflakes and was excited to learn a fancy new (to me) technique from a co-worker 2 Christmases ago. She and I made so many snowflakes that year (while we should have been working) that I actually got sore spots on my thumb and finger from the scissors! These snowflakes have words [...]
I made peppermint marshmallows last night and they turned out better than I even imagined! Dense but light at the same time, squishy and chewy and so much better than those at the store! I read a lot of different recipes and blog posts about marshmallow making and I want to put all the good [...]
Okay y’all. The Knitorama pattern sucked so much that I totally changed it when I knit my apple cozies. There’s been some interest so I’ll share it with you. Materials: I used size 8 dpns and Lion brand woolease. Guage doesn’t really matter, you just want it to fit an apple. If you get to [...]