My little guy is kind of obsessed with elephants right now (and trucks). I indulge his fetish by taking him to the zoo about once a week (I have always wanted an excuse to go to the zoo) and every time I mention “zoo” he starts making elephant trumpeting sounds. Sometimes he is making those sounds when I come to get him out of bed in the morning. A lot of times when I ask him what he wants to wear he will make elephant sounds (he does have a truck shirt so I guess he figures he should have an elephant shirt too) so I decided to make him an elephant shirt!
I have been seeing so many cute ideas of ways to re-cycle t-shirts into beautiful new creations that I wanted to share some of my favorites with you!
I have been seeing so many adorable free printables for Valentines that I had to share some of my favorites!
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday! I had 25 people over to my house for lunch and we had a wonderful time! Luckily everyone brought something so I didn’t have to cook everything, it turned out great!
Yesterday I posted about how to make a “Sweet Lil Owl Onesie” and today (as promised) I’m going to show you how I made the matching flower hat!
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you all have a wonderful day filled with love and happiness with the ones you love! I’m thankful to you for reading my blog!
It seems like everyone I know is having baby boys so when I have a friend who is having a baby girl I get extra excited about making cute girly things for them! I made this cute owl onesie and added long sleeves from an old t-shirt. Also to complete the ensemble I made a little hat with a flower to match the onesie (here is the hat tutorial).
I don’t have a daughter so when it’s time to make a gift for a little girl I like to make something really girly! I thought this would be the perfect gift for an adorable little girl I know who likes to help Mommy in the kitchen and doesn’t like to get messy (she is appalled by my son’s eating habits)!
This is a fun birthday gift I made for a little friend of ours! I’m all about the kids toys/activities that don’t involve batteries or electrical cords!
I’ve also included a “no sew” version you could make if you aren’t the sewing type!