had a very successful post on Instagram today and it made me stop and think how far I’ve come. Not as a crazy Instagramer (though I may be that) but as a crafter. Sharing my projects has inspired me to make more challenging ones. I used to look at peoples’ completed works and say: “You can never do that.” But now, I’m not afraid anymore. I’ve messed up… and it wasn’t nearly as scary as I thought it would be. Here are just a few of the things I have finally had the courage to create.
This is the project Instagram is going nuts over. Head to my Instagram story to see the process. Image from lovesvg.com, flowers are paper and hot glue. Shadow box is two dollar store frames glued together.
Ya’ll get the unedited pics. (My lighting has greatly improved since the beginning of my blog, but I am still in the basement…)
I got fuzzies everywhere when I was stuffing it. All hand stitched.
A throw back! This little onesie (minus the name) was actually in my very first set of blog pictures. I added the name recently. No, it’s not a pregnancy announcement. Thank you everyone for asking. 🙄
Haha, I told you I had failed! These had potential, and then I tried one and realized royal icing is gross. I no longer had any desire to decorate. They sat on my counter for days until I finally mixed up the pink and threw it on just so I could say I did it. Then they promptly went in the trash.
@josiemaeedesign designed the cartoon and then I used printable htv to put it on this shirt along with some glitter htv words.
Epoxy wood grain bottle. See my first attempt here.
As Ms Frizzle would say, “Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!”