Friday, April 22, 2016

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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Favorite Blogs with Free Downloads

I have so many likes that it difficult to keep things in one place.  I love blogs that have free downloads, My current favorite is Emily Jones, here is her welcome page Jones Design Company, Make sure to sign up for her newsletter, you'll also have access to her free downloads, printables, templates, Christmas, Valentines, Clip Art & Fonts   Emily Jones Archive of Free Downloads
 - lots of fun things and DIY.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Make Your Own Digital Stamps

I thought this would be of interest to everyone.  Sometimes you need to add just a little something special and this has some great tips and info.  and yes there are two "p's"in the web address - stampps.  I don't know why but just be aware.  The info is from Gillian Allen.  Here is a little before and after of her work.
Open an image    use the Threshold,

Sunday, April 3, 2016  Cute cards, tutorials and interesting technigues

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Vintage Images - Free

I have so many random pieces of paper with various links for free images that I thought I would finally take a moment and create a post so I would have them all in one spot.  The first one and very well known is  The Graphics Fairy .  Karen has DIYs, projects, images for transferring and instructions for transferring images to a myriad of objects, 12 methods for transferring images.  Some topics in her gallery:  Ads & Labels, Birds, Children, Coca Cola Ads, Couples, Ephemera, Holidays, Flowers, Fairies & Angels, and a few more. Make sure to visit her blog.

Next up is Vintage Images, such a variety of images, I'm sure you'll find exactly what you need or something very similar!

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Infinity Scarves

I made a few infinity scarves a few months ago and just recently two others.  You can make a lot from one yard of fabric.  I really like the first one I made, very springlike and I love the flirty fabric.  The plaid scarf was made because I had this very small piece of fabric which I loved but it was just too small to make anything to wear from it.  It's a little stiff and the fibers are a little bit delicate but I think it's a great accent piece for the holiday season and one which I will use year after year during the holidays.  This last one is a pretty floral but I just might take out the joining seam and use it as a regular scarf as it seems just too stiff.  It is pretty though and if I add a pin or something shiny, it will be very dressy.  (pictures coming soon).

I used this free download from Simplicity for some general measurements.  How to Sew an Infinity Scarf

Sunday, July 12, 2015

T-Shirt Dress

I have had these two t-shirts for a very long time with the intention of sewing them together into a dress and then decorating it somehow.  The T-Shirt Dress portion is done and now I'm ready to get creative.  My idea is to paint a square for the front and I think I have some muslin pieces which I painted years ago that just need some images stamped on them to transform them.  Here is the T-Shirt and when I dig through my past painted muslin base, I will post that and hopefully not too long after that, I will post what I add to the muslin and then hopefully, not too long after that, I'll post the finished dress.