I love this idea. As the boys get older and more phones find their way into our household I am sure to be needing to make one of these. I found this tutorial on Oh Frannson. Have a cheap and cheerful day. xxxRobby
I found these retro looking labels at Orange You Lucky. Helen is an illustrator and has kindly offered these for free. Go to her blog and have a look around. Reminds me of when I was a kid. When you got a book (which was a huge deal) you could get these types of labels. Thanks Helen.
Elizabeth at Oh Frannson has a quilt along...it is fantastic. If you are a new patchworker I am sure you could do it. She also has some great info on where she buys her fabric and everything. You can find it on the bio and faq section. Thanks Elizabeth, I really admire you.
Now there is no photo to put up....so please...please...please...click the link!!! This birdhouse is beautiful! I went into a free craft site that Gina made me go into...and talk about a maze!!! (now if you are making one birdhouse...may as well make one for me...get the hint...hoping that Sandy is reading this and she will get Steve onto it)
Jeanette Herdman has a website called SIStv. You have to join but it is quick and easy. She has a webisode on making microscope slide pendants. I don't make them exactly the same. I use a third hand instead of having them flat on the towel. I think it get too lumpy. AND...never make them in an unventilated room. I kept getting really sick..like the flu..and then the penny dropped that it was me getting poisoned by the flux fumes. The pendants in the photo are ones that I have done for Erica.
Hyperventilating here.....I love this bag...imagine with a pair of jeans and a white top with the colour of this bag!!!!! Anyone got scraps????...aaarrrggghhh...Anyone sell scrap bags of fabric....I am desperate!!!! This is from Burda Fashion...and the pattern is FREEEEEEEE!!!! (I think my insides are excited!!!!
These are from Martha Stewart. They remind me of the pincushions that my blogy friend Nanette from Threadworks Primitives. Another thing for the ever growing list...it must be up to about 3000 by now!!!!
This is for the computer numpty like me. One day I will learn things...oh I did learn how to transfer all of my patterns onto a memory stick!!!! I can learn something new now. This is from Graphic Design.
On another subject.....if any bloggers have any tutorials that they would like on this blog to link back to their blog please email me.
I am a 42 year old stay at home wife and mother. My boys are 13 and 11 and are becoming 'mature'...so my 13 year old says. My life revolves around my family, photography and friends. We are all Australians and this is our second time living in Scotland.