Top 5 Hits
Is this adorable or what? Too bad the tutorial doesn’t include this living doll, but Stef at Girl. Inspired. suggests we, ” grab a T-shirt and some lace!” She shows us in two parts, Soft and Sweet Knit Pants, Part 1 and A Top to Top it Off, Part 2, how we can fashion a pattern and make our own sweet, petite, set, earning an A+ from me!
What better way to “celebrate the fruits of our labors” than to throw A Canning Party! Not up for it, just print some fabulous free recipe cards and labels. Busy Cameron at Cottage Industrialist invited Kristen of Paper Crave to guest post. You will be dreaming up your own party with invitations, envelope liners, jar tags, recipe cards, and circle labels. Visit both blogs…you’ll be glad you did.. I promise!
Button, button, who’s got the prettiest Button Headband at Sugar Bee -Craft Edition-? They are cute, cute, cute and congratulations to Mandy, who helped to teach these three little gals how to thread a needle and sew on a button with this ingenious project!
No one can tell me that a button headband doesn’t create a little sassy summer fun!
The “almost JOHNSONS” pose with their new A Johnson Family Quilt made with love by Tara, at Tara Being Tara. Delightful 1st grade friends, Tara and Ali share a lifelong friendship that will grow even stronger thanks to match-maker Tara! She envisions her gift being used for “cuddling and family picnics”…and it usually does happen in that order! Best wishes to the Johnsons and happy wedding all…
Be on the look-out for fantastic, old, finds. Patrice scored with her Yard Sale School Desk. She’s earned the right to brag about her $3.00 purchase at lemon tree creations. Apparently, the little girl at the big desk, (so enjoyable), is ready for a “Big Girl Bedroom,” and we can watch for future updates. How come I never find anything this terrific? I must not be trying hard enough, but admit it, luck is involved!
Have an inspired weekend all!
Thanks so much for the shout-out on the button headband. And that first little outfit is so cute!! – – Mandy, http://www.craftedition.blogspot.com
Thank you so much for the feature! I hope the name quilt will bring joy to lots of other names as well! — Tara, http://www.tarabeingtara.blogspot.com
P.S. It’s an honor to be here with Mandy from Craft Edition, which I read everyday!
such cute stuff!! love the lil girls in the pics (I have pre-teen boys). big diff. lol
Love your photos! I’m visiting from Friday Follow.
Oh my gosh, great idea. I want to go to a canning party!!!!
Lots of yummy love,
Alex aka Ma, What’s For Dinner
What can you say about the first feature but cute, cute cute!!! Now the Canning Party speaks to me, love the idea, such a shame we’ve been so dry that it’s not in the picture this year!
Congrats on your squash, it is exciting when you start to harvest from the garden-love that-enjoy!
That first picture is so cute! I love the button headbands! Cute idea! You have a new follower from Friday Follow! Come and visit Mama’s Little Chick.
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Cute things..every one!
Oh, the outfit out of t shirts and lace is so adorable. I have 4 granddaughters who would love this and their moms might even like to try making it. Thanks for sharing this one!
Love that t-shirt and lace idea!!! Thank you for visiting me and your sweet quilt comment!
You find the best stuff!
Love your top five. What a fantastic group of projects. The little girls outfit is so precious! Thanks so much for joining the Sunday Showcase. Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn
Love all of them! Button headbands are sweet. Canning party invites, gotta remember that. And the quilt, great gift idea!