Picking out which quilt I wanted to make took a good month. This was quite the decision. I ultimately decided on a herringbone pattern. I like that herringbone has both modern and vintage properties. Or at least that's what I tell myself. Next up was the ever difficult color decision. I wanted the quilt to be part of the nursery but I also want to use it for his monthly photos. There are so many decisions in parenting already. As you can see navy, white and green won.Read More
Happy Monday! I can't believe it's June already. Nate, Ike and I are looking forward to a Summer full of fun.
I finally feel like I've broke out of the pregnancy fog I've been in. I've had a good burst of energy the past couple of weeks and my creative juices are finally flowing again.
Over the weekend I completed a sign for our console table. This console table has sat empty since removing our holiday marquee and it's emptiness made our house feel a little blah. I've had an idea for a sign for over a year but just never got around to it. Until now.Read More
This week's Dare to DIY challenge was to "dare to give handmade." This challenge is always one of my favorites. I ran a little short on time (story of my life lately) but I'm still happy with my finished projects.
I really wanted to make something with supplies I had on hand. (Mainly because I was short on time and didn't want to leave the house. See a theme here?) After some pondering, I decided on a flannel scarf and stovetop potpourri.Read More