September 2nd, 2016
My gal pals and I threw an amazing tie dyeing party a few weeks ago and we’ve been itching to get together ever since for another crafting party. It’s a time to hang out, chat about life, and make something new.
For our next soirée, I was thinking that a soap making party could be the perfect chance to stretch our creative muscles. Each of us can create a customized soap to take home, with different scent combinations and dried herb mixtures.
This party idea can be created with your own supplies, or you can purchase the Girl’s Night Soap Making Party Kit at The Shoppe At Somerset. Read the rest of this entry »
September 2nd, 2016
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August 30th, 2016
“I’m a big admirer of crocheted doilies. This is probably because I grew up surrounded by unique doilies, and I’ve seen my mother spend hours and hours crocheting and dyeing them. My main inspiration for this project was my mother’s vast collection of these extraordinary pieces. This shirt turned out great because I used one of my mom’s crocheted pieces. I combined two fabrics that were not being used, and nothing makes me happier than including her creations in my sewing projects.”
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August 26th, 2016
The latest trend in adult coloring has to be water-soluble coloring tools. Gelatos, Distress Crayons, and Prima Marketing’s Oil Pastels all blend with water and promise smooth, creamy color — but which of these really deliver? Read the rest of this entry »
August 23rd, 2016
Every morning, I wake up, get breakfast ready, then sit on the couch and organize my day. It’s a habit I developed recently to cope with the massive amount of items on my to-do list. I know that I will never reach the bottom of my to-do list, but I at least chip away at it every day.
This corkboard organizer is an immediate reminder when I wake up in the morning to only tackle today’s work. It’s easy to get side-tracked by tomorrow’s overwhelming pile of work, but as long as we focus on today, we’ll get through just fine. Read the rest of this entry »