Busy Bag Tutorial

So I know this week we have showed you how to do some pretty in depth sewing tutorials with the child’s backpackmega card holder wallet and the hanging toiletry bag.  I will say we saved the easiest sewing project for last.  This little “busy bag” is the perfect way to keep your kids occupied on long car rides, in restaurants, or waiting in the doctor’s office.  

busy bag sewing pattern

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How to Make Bookshelves

Slowly but surely I am challenging myself with building furniture from scratch.  While I don’t feel confident quite yet I am enjoying the process and created these tall bookshelves for Denise’s family room.  Since she isn’t picky and quite forgiving of all the imperfections this was perfect for her space.

bookcase plans

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Home is the Key

This post is written on behalf of Habitat for Humanity’s Home is Key Initative. As much as I love to travel the world and have unique experiences, the flood of security and peace that flood my heart as I walk through the doors of my home is unlike anything I have ever felt anywhere else. {…Read More…}

Planting a Raised Garden Bed

I have had gardens in the past.  In fact, every year since we moved to Indiana until I had Kayla I had a garden.  Isaac loved gardening with me.  Here is a post kicking way back showing Isaac with some of our garden treasures.       That year I had Kayla I was too {…Read More…}