Best DIY Projects of 2013: Infarrantly Creative

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If you are a blog reader at all you have seen many bloggers write some sort of post where we look back through our year and showcase our favorite projects we have completed.  (Click here for my 2012 post). It is so empowering to look back and see all we all accomplished and the fun, creative adventures along the way.  

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Spring Projects & Tutorials

5 Easy Spring Tutorials from Infarrantly Creative

The sun is out, the weather is warm, the flowers are blooming and my allergies are in full effect.  That could only mean one thing – spring is here! I am so totally thrilled to be moving on from winter.  I get so excited this time of year to open the windows and let fresh air in, to go on bike rides with my kids, and to watch my kids wear themselves out jumping on our trampoline for hours.  I thought I would showcase some of my older spring projects that are perfect for the least of the craftiest out there.

5 Easy Spring Tutorials from Infarrantly Creative

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5…No, 6!..Ways to Craft with Maps

Martha Stewart stitched map

Things are finally cooling down here in the Midwest  after a long, hot summer.   The school year is well under way, and I spotted some pumpkins at a roadside stand just the other day.  Summer is officially over.  But for all of you who are having a hard time saying good-bye to a summer {…Read More…}





Clothespin Bag Tutorial

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My mom had an old, ripped clothespin bag from Wal-mart that didn’t last very long.   She asked if I could revamp it for her. So I used the old bag as a template and created a tongue-in-cheek “pin up girl” bag to house her clothespins. Supplies: Dropcloth fabric red and white gingham fabric sewing {…Read More…}