Last month myself and some friends hosted a baby shower for a soon to be born baby girl. ？Since I always joke that if you come to my house I make you do crafts， I thought a baby shower crafts should be no exception.
I got the idea from the Moda Fabrics blog. ？They have full instructions listed there.burlap throw pillow covers
I changed just a couple of things：
I pre cut out 8 stencils using my silhouette. ？Just simple designspersonalized graduation frames， like a butterfly， ice cream， and flowers.
Then guests could choose which design they liked and on which fabric. I just pulled some fat quarters from my stash for them to work with.
I just set it all out (used my pressing board) and let them work.
I think they came out really cute!! For one last step I’；m going to stitch around the appliqué with my sewing machine…； just for safety reasons. (don’；t want it peeling up when the baby is wearing it!)
Oh my, could this be any more adorable? ?I know Scarlet would LOVE one, I can’t wait to sew it up. ?This tutorial is so clear and cute that I just had to ask Samantha of Bobaloo Kids to share it with you! ?Take it away Samantha:
Today I wanted to show you how to make your own napkins!? I know there have been many times when I haven’t been able to find just the right color napkin to go with a particular tablescape, so I decided to try making my own and it’s really pretty easy!? And, I wanted to show you how I created the bird’s nest napkin fold that was shared in my Spring tablescape.? If you missed that post, you can see all the details?HERE.
The Victorian era is an highly popular period in which designers became extremely creative in their designs. Colours of this period range from light to dark and depending on which shade you choose you must always seek to choose a shade that complements the room and adds depth. A Victorian living room is not only about colours but also about patterns and the intricate detailing that this era presented.