This beautiful lace capelet was created from a pattern I found online and tweaked a bit.
I brought the dress with me to the store to select the lace, and was surprised to find a green that matched so well.
(I’d assumed I’d be going with a light pink)
I’ve been wanting to do something fun with these fabric flowers I’ve been making, and my friend’s bun-in-the-oven was the perfect excuse to make these adorable little baby headbands.
A good friend of mine is having her first baby, and I wanted to make her something very special. It took hours and hours and a bit of a learning curve, but I’m really happy with how it turned out in the end! I hope it’s something baby Juliette will love too!
(It’s hundreds of hole punched dots from a magazine glued one by one onto the cardboard with tweezers)
Inspired by: This post from Blue Velvet Chair
A fun, colourful little chain-based necklace!
This adorable little flower was made by cutting out fabric circles, folding them in quarters and gluing the point to a smaller felt circle bottom!
It’s all ready to be made into a ring or necklace!
This quick and easy recipe (choc chips, milk, egg white, sugar) was given to me by my sister. I don’t have the right size ramekin, but it was delicious nonetheless!
Contact me for the recipe!!
Loved the colours, couldn’t resist making these fun earrings!
Helen is so sweet and happy, I wanted her to have a necklace that is as beautiful as her!
A friend of mine asked me to make a stocking for her nephew’s first Christmas. Quentin really loves their cat, so Bogey made a special appearance on his stocking!
The pumpkin I carved for Hallowe’en 2009.
I used wood working tools and based it off the illustration below it from veer.com
Total time: approx 6 hours