Hi all! Thank you for your sweet comments/e-mails.
I always love to hear from you!
One of the most requests I've had was to make the
fabric basket tutorial printable. Many of you have
told me how you had difficulties trying to print out the
post and asked me to make a PDF for it. And here it is!
I finally created a PDF for the fabric basket tutorial.
I'm sorry it took me ages to get this available for you.
I finally figured out how to convert a word document
into a pdf, (which was extremely simple by the way with
this website's help), so I am now more encouraged to make
my future tutorials available in PDFs!
Speaking of tutorials, several of you have given me
suggestions to make a tute for the puffy pouch I've
made recently. I would LOVE to make the tutorial except
that I am not sure if involving a flex frame is a good idea.
I've noticed that the more universal my tutorial is,
the more people enjoy creating items off of the tutorial,
which makes a lot of sense. I would rather make a tute
that everyone can enjoy without much trouble finding
materials, so I would like to ask you to vote now ;D
I started getting busy making Christmas gifts
now that my finals are almost over! Woo hoo!
These are my third and fourth fabric balls
I've made this week. The first two were given to
Taihei, the boy I babysit, for his 2nd birthday.
I forgot to take pictures of them but I loved how
they turned out so much that I had to have a go at
making more and these are now on their ways to
my friend's baby girl in Japan.
I stamped her name on the little balls, which
I think made the gifts more personal and special ;)
The tutorial I used was this one by
Tanya of Grand Revival Designs.
I love how simple and quick this project is, so I know
I'll be making more and more. haha.
(When I learn to make something easy and quick,
I can't go without making several at least.)
And I made bath bombs using Christmas-themed
soap molds. I've made tons and tons of these
in the past and I just love how recipients are
always fascinated to try it out. These are going
to be for my friends I worked on a school project with.
I love gift-giving, because to me that is the best way
to show how much I appreciate how they are.
Bath Bombs are super easy to make and the tutorials
are everywhere online, and soap molds are available
in many online shops like this one as well!
Thanks for coming and reading!!