Today we have monthly IC contributor, Brook from Being Brook back with a St. Patrick’s Day Ruffled T-shirt. I am…
Back in November I made these adorable little mini ruffled wreaths. I absolutely have fallen in love with them. I love the texture it added to the chalkboard that I update with a new message for each holiday or event. I decided to make a Valentine’s Day trio of the mini ruffle wreaths with scraps of pink, red and white fabric in my stash.
Happy November my friends! Halloween is done and we are now onto the gratitude month. There are so many things I am grateful for. I realize how blessed my life is and I am super grateful to share bits of it with you. Thank you to those readers that literally come daily to check out what I do. You mean the world to me.
I am on a t-shirt kick this week. Did you see the scarf and dress I made for Kayla already? I thought it would be fun to paint stripes on an old t-shirt (that got accidentally bleached – DOH!) and turn it into a ruffled striped skirt for my daughter. Now I did this project a couple of years ago and my daughter still wears the skirt. While is is almost ready to be passed down on the hand-me-down train I thought we could retake a look at it once more before that happens.
Birthdays can be expensive. Finding cheap birthday decorations that are cute can often be challenging. I created a wreath made out of the dollar store streamers and a STYROFOAM™ Brand Wreath. The perfect part about this wreath is that you can remove the steamers after the party and use your wreath form again. Can you guess the theme of my daughter’s party by the colors of the wreath? Bonus points for the those that are right.