It’s been a while since I did a post on some Happy Together projects you all have been up to. I love seeing what you all make and how you put your own spin on it!
Only two more days and we will be in our new house! I can’t wait! In the meantime, here are some pics of what you all have made using Happy Together Tutorials/Patterns. Enjoy 🙂
There is a new blogger in town and I think you all will really like her! Her name is Nina of Pretty Little Projects. She just started getting into sewing and did a Mod Sailor Dress and a Ruffle Dress for her daughter.
Pretty pink party invitations inspired by the baby shower ones. From Viviana via Facebook.
A pretty little dress…military bias dress gone owls by Hannah via Facebook. It makes me want do do this dress in different fabrics for my daughter now.
And last, but not least, two Dress Up Skirts:
by ewingshelton via Flickr
Now, time to share some things you have made with H.T. tutorials/patterns!
Gorgeous Anthropologiefied flower necklace by anotherdayforever on Flickr.
And, lastly, look at these beautiful ruffle necklaces!
It’s about time I did a spotlight post, don’t you think? Let’s see some of the pretty things you all have been making using Happy Together Tutorials.
Remember the Rag Bag? Look how cute this one is by Terri at Felting Lessons. Have you all seen the new purse on the Anthropologie website that has the fabric scraps but they are shorter? That would be cute to do as well.
Did you make something using a Happy Together Tutorial? Share your creation in the Flickr group. Please make sure it is sharable if you want a chance for it to be In the Spotlight.
If you have been featured on my blog or In the Spotlight, feel free to grab a button from the side if you like 🙂
For Mother’s Day, you could use the rag quilt letters to make a “Happy Mother’s Day’ Banner or create a framed art that says “Love” or “Mom.” Just some ideas 🙂
*Did you make something using a Happy Together tutorial or used part of one as inspiration? Add it to the FLickr Group. Make sure it is sharable if you want a chance at it being in the spotlight.
Onto some other things now 🙂
-I was told about this cool project Evette Rios has done in conjunction with DecoArt. She’s a
She graciously agreed to work with DecoArt and Goodwill of NY/NJ to create a series of videos using our products to upcycle Goodwill finds to create an “ Dinner Party”. There’s a series of 5 videos located here: www.decoart.com/diy
-Next week is Spring Bling over at Sew It To Me!