So I have been wanting to make these for a long time and finally found an easy tutorial on how to make them. So easy! Check them out at Just Drink A Coke.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
I just sewed a simple A-lined skirt with a hidden elastic waist, and added satin ribbon and the heart shaped satin roses that I made the other day.
For her shirt I just sewed the heart rose in the middle and then hot glued the red heart jewel on top of it.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
So I have never seen anyone make heart shaped burnt satin roses, but I'm sure they're out there somewhere.
I folded some satin in half and cut three sizes of hearts for each clip.
Then it's easiest if you use a candle and slowly get the edges close to the flame without making it turn black but enough to make it curl up.
Then dab some hot glue in between each petal.
Then I covered some clippies with ribbon and I put felt in between to help the clippies from slipping out of my girls hair.
I loved how they turned out and they are perfect for Valentine's Day. I made some more to attach to my girl'sValentine skirts and shirts.(Soon to come)
Perfect for little piggies :).
To see regular burnt satin roses click HERE.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
I love the display of all the Fancy Nancy books.
I had to put one in here of my little Fancy Nancy :).
So fun they made bracelets, fairy wings,
I was able to come a little early to pick up and my favorite was hearing Liz talking to them all in a Fancy Nancy English accent. Then they all got their very own goblet of ice-cream sundaes. As they were all getting picked up they had a fashion show in the front yard to music, so cute.
Monday, February 7, 2011
How adorable are these candy heart rings? Over at While He Was Napping she shares how she made these from shopping at the dollar store. My girls would love these!
I love this Valentine's Day centerpiece and over at Ordy and Joon she shows you how to place a glass cup inside the vase so that you keep the candy seperate from the flowers.
I've been loving these cupcake liner wreaths that I've seen all over the web and at Tatertots and Jello she has a tutorial on how to make them. She also has linked below her tutorial a ton of other peoples wreaths that tried it out. Very fun and cheap!
Over at The Adventures of the Christensen's she shares this fun and creative "I Love You" Betty Crocker Chex mix recipe.