I used to do a really good job of posting all my completed projects at the end of each month, but I’m just not getting that much finished any more. I have, however, completed a few projects over the last 4 or 5 months that I want to share.
Remember the giveaway I did back in March? These are a few of the flowers I made for my winner, Sara. I have to say, I fell in love with them so much, I almost kept them and made Nathan wear them!
I started working on this apron ages ago, but had to quit when other projects came up and then my sewing machine broke. I finally finished it and I love it! It feels good to replace my old apron- a gift I got from my Mia Maid teacher! And now I feel like I have a little more sass in the kitchen!
My mom gave me this old bulletin board and I covered it and made it into a flannel board for Nathan.
This is a picture frame turned into a white board. So easy and fun. I want to make more!
I made myself this yoga skirt from this tutorial from Make it and Love it. It was SO easy! I never even had to pull my seam ripper out. For me, that’s a big deal. It’s also the most comfortable thing I’ve ever worn in my life. I want to make about 20 more for the summer.
(It’s so dang hard to take a self portrait!)
Now here are a few things I haven’t finished yet, because I need some advice:
Okay, so this HOME sign and I have a real love/hate relationship. Originally, it was white with a picture inside the “O”. It blended in with our white walls too much so I painted it navy blue. It just needs something hanging from the hooks, or something else to snazz it up.
I made these cute yellow fabric rolled flowers because my kitchen is blue and yellow. Now I’m just not sure what to do with them. I could make more. I could hang them, or glue them on. Any ideas?
We (and by we I mean Ryan) finally finished painting Nathan’s bed frame. We got the whole thing a a garage sale last summer for a great price. We were told it may have originally been a hospital bed. What can I do to it to make it look less hospital-y? Also, Nathan had already learned the hard way that he should NOT put his head through the bars, so I’m thinking I should do something to cover them. What do you think?