I’ve decided that I want to try and make a circle skirt. Or course, that entails some math to figure out yardage since I’m not using a real pattern. Guess how relieved I was to find this page from By Hand London where all I need is to plug in numbers and click on the type of skirt I wanted to make?
Wouldn’t a bunch of these paper flowers brighten things up? I think they look like hyacinths.
Click over to Instructables where Muhaiminah Faiz has an easy-to-follow tutorial.
Can you imagine falling into a pile of these? You can find the tutorial for these oh-so-cute stuffed marshmallows at Wild Olive.
Mr. Printables has this adorable pop-up house party invitation . Download the free template and you’re ready to go.
I’d seen recipes for brick pressed sandwiches, but never got around to making one until we went to my cousin’s.
The hardest part was waiting for it to be ready.
For a fun gift, you can order a custom street sign from the NYC Department of Transportation. This is fantastic for those of us with more unique names. No more searching in vain on those nameplate racks. They also have replica signs as well directional and highway signs.
I Heart Nap Time has a recipe for these incredibly dangerous treats.
It was a little hard spreading the chocolate evenly, though. Next time, I’ll try letting the peanut butter part set a bit first and then my bars will look like the ones pictured.
Photo: I Heart Naptime
I thought I could get away with recycling last year’s costume, but my son decided he wanted to be a ninja.
I figured the hardest part would be the mask. Then I found this tutorial on Sew2Pro. I took the short cut of cutting a slit, folding over and sewing the edges instead of using bias tape.