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These bracelets are made from trims found at the fabric store. Just wrap them around each other. Browse the aisles and you’ll get so many ideas for making your own. You can create them quickly a…
Nice job. Looks like a cross between Splicer and Dexter! Happy Halloween!
I love this. I will have to make one. I have some special fabric I just found that would be per…
Fun fabric. Great idea!
Luscious! Love the contrast in the colors and fabric finishes!
Thanks! Lots of people were calling it a chick-flick but my husband enjoyed it too!
It’s fun to hear from other creative people about this project, especially when they’ve seen the …
Nice job, great color!
Wonderfully dramatic costume!
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Thank you. Yes you could go on and on using these glass tiles for all sorts of special gifts – e…
Dear friend Adriana – thank you! If you have time to read, the book is also wonderful.
Yes, this technique does lend itself to other crafty ideas. I’ve made other ornaments with pers…
“The Help” was a best selling book and now a blockbuster movie. While other films come and go quickly, this movie has been in theaters 6 weeks and longer! These double-sided Christmas ornaments c…
Sweet candy corn colors create this message. This is a great shirt for anyone who wants to get in the spirit of Halloween but can’t bring themselves to wear a costume. See how it’s done and get t…
Great colors and styling.
Fuchsia is one of my favorite colors. How could I not love this dress. Great lines.
Love the details here!
The complete outfit has a very ominous look. Love that it’s not a typical witch look!
You and your daughter make a great team! Nice job!
Love these! So darn cute!
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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Short jackets like this zebra print bomber by Anniemollison are a must for spring.
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See steps on how Meg sewed herself a transitional Jersey suit using colorful jerseys!
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