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Project Farmer's Market DIY tote and Cricut iron on

Around November, Audrey (new director of Project Run & Play) contacted me to ask if I would be interested in contributing a pattern to the first capsule collection in collaboration with past designers of Project Run & Play. Having had such a great time during my season on PR&P, I of course jumped at the opportunity! It's been a whirl of a time and a wonderful experience working with some pretty AHmazing designers to put together this first collection.   Together with Audrey (Project Run + Play), Celina (Petit a petit and family), Jenn (Jennuine Design), Bernadette (Duchess and Hare), Delia (Delia Creates) and Kat (Sew Chibi) we give you: Project Farmer's Market! Our 'Farmer's Market' themed collection has 10...

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FREE Lil Luxe Socks pattern

Did you love our Valentine's day PINspired look?! Follow our blog post HERE to make your own Lil Luxe Fur Skirt and as is your FREE sock pattern! Download the pattern for free by adding it to the cart below, then follow the instructions on this page to complete your pair of socks.   Three seams and done! These quick and easy sock pattern is a perfect DIY addition to any outfit! One size fits most. Designed for children shoe size 8-12. Finished size of the socks: approximately 14" tall by 3.5" wide. Easily lengthen the sock by adding height to the sock main. #lilluxesocks Tutorial: You will need: About 1/4yd of knit fabric with good stretch and recovery...

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DIY Fur skirt with fully enclosed seams

I just love how this came out!! My little diva will be so excited when she sees it :) It came out just as I envisioned, with fully enclosed seams so that fur doesn't get all over the place and the backing doesn't itch my little one's legs. PINspired! Here's the look my daughter wanted for her Valentine's day outfit. Isn't it cute?! She wanted some cute, cozy and stylish.   I'm working on the top today but will have pictures of the full outfit tomorrow!   **UPDATED** With pictures at the end of post! Before we begin, here are some tips to working with faux fur Be prepared to be covered in fur! Keep a lint roller near by...

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DIY Mod Podge Shoes tutorial

Did you catch a glimpse of my sassy girl's shoes from the last post?! I wanted to do something a little unexpected with the left over pieces of fabric I had from the Wildbloom fabric collection from Art Gallery.  Inspired by some trendy floral Vans shoes...I decided to create my own version.   Supplies needed: Mod Podge...I used the one made for fabric which is a waterbase sealer, glue and finish. An expensive pair of shoes.  I bought a $5 pair from Wal-Mart. A brush to apply the Mod Podge. A sharp X-Acto knife.  One to two Fat quarters of fabric depending on how big your shoes are & scissors to cut the fabric. The whole process takes about an hour to...

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DIY Faux Leather Skinny Belt tutorial

We are so excited about the Swansea Top & Dress! During the testing process one of our testers WOWed us with her DIY skinny belt.  Without too much convincing from us and the rest of our testers, our guest blogger today and long time tester Kate Lindhorst agreed to write up a quick tutorial on how to create your own leather skinny belt! Have fun making your one of a kind custom belt!  And special thanks to Kate! Getting older and having kids does things to a person, for me it has brought out a lot of weird traits in me that “younger me” would definitely roll her eyes at. For example, “younger me” used to go get her nails...

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