Tutorial ~ How to Make a Custom Bloglovin’ Button

With Google Friend Connect going away shortly, I wanted to repost a tutorial I made and put up on Raspberry Sunshine a few months back. I have received quite a few e-mails about this post and am so happy that there are a few of you out there that were able to use it!  Hopefully you will have an easy switch over and a cute new button as well! Coming up this weekend, I am going to share with you {Read More}

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Zakka 2.0 Cafe Apron ~ Completed!

I am totally loving the Zakka 2.0 sew-along!  This is week 3: The Cafe Apron.  Here’s my finished apron: The main fabric I used was a natural Essex linen. The tie was from a jelly roll of Cosmo Cricket and the remaining materials were a little of this and that from my huge scrap bin.  That’s one of the things I love most about this sew-along is that there are so many opportunities for me to use my scraps! I {Read More}

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Menu Monday’s ~ What’s on Your Menu?

Hi there!  I am just now finishing up my busy day with the boys and with a few other things in my studio.  This is the first week we have not had any sort of camp, meeting or appointment so now we can relax a bit and enjoy the Florida sunshine….not to mention the famous Florida afternoon thunderstorms.  At the start of every summer, the boys and I get out a calendar and plan activities for us to do. We {Read More}

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My First 7 Tula Pink Saltwater BOM Blocks!

Happy Saturday!  I meant to get this post up yesterday, but had some sad news in the morning that made me slow down and hug my kids a little more.  I found out that a friend of ours from our graduating high school class passed away suddenly on Thursday. It was quite a shock to my system to see someone I grew up with, the same age as me, just leave this earth so suddenly.  I know that it happens {Read More}

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Zakka 2.0 Sew Along & A Little Birdie

After a few mishaps with birdie feet, I finally finished my June Riley Blake Mystery Block last night.  This one was much easier than May’s block, so it didn’t take too long to finish. All that we really had to do was trace the pattern on our chosen fabric, stitch on the traced line then trim excess fabric leaving 1/4″ from stitching. That 1/4″ was folded under and pressed. Once everything was pressed and starched within an inch of it’s {Read More}

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