So if you’re looking for a quick gift or decoration, then go check out the post,! (Theres way more photos too!)Pin It
I know there isn’t much time left to make the above project for this years Halloween, BUT you can alter it slightly for Thanksgiving, or make it winter themed! If you’d like to see more photo’s, along with instructions then you should check out my blog post over on Silhouette America’s blog!
I’ve been missing from this here blog. Between family obligations, deadlines and a cold turned pneumonia I hardly had free time. The free time I do have goes towards teaching myself Illustrator, how to use a Wacom tablet and anything else to better my creative side. I’m hoping to be back to a normal schedule soon. I have so many ideas, I just want to be able to execute them the best way I can.
I’m super behind in posting all of the projects I’ve been working on. There have been several Silhouette pieces and a bunch of my own. I think I just got to wound up in the making process and never felt like I had the time to sit down and blog.
Well, I decided this week to change that. I love this blog and I feel so bad that I left it alone for TWO whole months! I have a serious backlog of pictures and stuff. It’s been interesting sorting through it all.
So to help jump start everything, here is a project I did for Silhouette America’s blog back in July.
It was a matching skirt set for CT and one of her American Girl dolls! She had been asking me for awhile to sew up some clothes and I figured a skirt would be the best thing to start out with.
You can see the full post and all of the supplies I used over on the Silhouette America Blog!
Also, if you are new here and would like to keep up on all the new projects I will be posting then please add me on BlogLovin!Pin It
About a week or so ago I blogged about this appliqued coaster set I made over on the Silhouette America blog. They were super easy to make and went together perfectly.
The pink fabric I used is Kona Cotton Bright Pink. Which really is BRIGHT pink. It kind of made it difficult to photograph and then even more difficult to edit the photos because it never wanted to stay the same color pink. Oh and the background fabric is also by Robert Kaufman, it’s their Yarn Dyed Essex Linen and Cotton blend in Black. It might just be my absolute favorite new fabric. Actually I just love all of Robert Kaufmans basics, but we’ll talk about that in detail at another time.
I took so many photos! I just couldn’t get enough of these things. If you want to make a set too you can read the quick instructions over on Silhouette’s blog.Pin It