Archive for August, 2008
I had a drawer full of vintage pillowcases that I intended to use as is. I came across this tutorial and decided to make this instead.
In other news…
*I’m no longer allowed to hug Nathan when he gets off the bus until it drives away.
*Oliver had his first day of Parents Day Out today and he cried on and off for the entire 5 hours. He kept saying, “you came back to get me, you came back to get me.” Poor little guy!
* Don’t forget about Hobby Hump Day tomorrow!
You need an answer for each question that starts with your first initial. Mine is O.
What is your name? Olivia
Boys name: Oliver
4 Letter Word: omen
Girl Name: Ophelia
Occupation: Orange County Corrections Officer?
Something Worn: Oval earrings?
Something in the Bathroom: Old magazines
Reason for being late: Over scheduled
Something you shout: Ole!
Now its your turn! I tag Heres the diehl, The Diaper Diaries, Big Binder ;), hotomom, and Bowling Alley Brunch.
If you’re unaware, this is Target’s specialty food line.
My kids love their fruit leather that is actually made with fruit. They were on sale this week 2 for $5. We got 20 organic fruit leathers, that I told my kids were fruit roll ups, for $5. Not bad.
I’m creating a new bloggy carnival where we can all show off our creative sides. Don’t be scared off by this. Feel free to share anything that may consist of being creative or being a hobby.
I will try to have the Hobby Hump Day posted sometime on Tuesday night, but bear with me. Don’t forget to leave me a comment!
On with it…
A good friend of mine’s sister is having twins, Finnegan and Cooper, here’s what I made for them…
Here’s a closeup of the applique I did on one square. Obviously the other one has a “C” on it. I cheated and tied off the quit instead of hand or machine quilting it.
While we were shopping at Target today, I picked up a multi-pack of miniature cereal boxes from General Mills to look at the ingredients. I was pleasantly surprised that only one of the kinds of cereal had high fructose corn syrup in it…Trix. Other than that they were sweetened (overly, I admit, but still) with sugar and or honey. Imagine that.
Maybe these companies are starting to catch on.
I have a feeling that the corn industry has these companies by the balls. Why else wouldn’t they be marketing High Fructose Free?
Tonight is the birthday party for the twins next door who are turning 4. Instead of spending a bunch of money, I looked through my fabric and came up with this..
Its similar to the skirt I made here, but less involved. Its also reversible. The other side is pink orange yellow and green plaid.
I made a little purse for each of them with some scraps.
I found some boxes from the dollar store that came in a Christmas package, that were green with little white polka dots. I wrapped a brown satin ribbon around the top of the box and then added one of these flowers. This is how it turned out.
Because I already have so much money invested in all my crafting/sewing supplies, it didn’t cost me anything to make the skirts or wrap them.