September 9th, 2014
Hi all! I am so excited to be here at The Project Girl today! Can’t you tell by my heavy use of exclamation points?!!
Ok. Calm down, Kate. Get to crafting already.
As soon as I saw the beautiful Lost & Found Christmas Cotton fabrics Jen designed for Riley Blake Designs I knew they would make perfect fabric loop Christmas trees. I made similar trees last year using plain burlap, but using Jen’s fabric really stepped this decor up a notch. There are an endless number of ways you can combine the fabrics for this projects so get creative and have fun!
To make a fabric loop Christmas tree, you will need a styrofoam cone, a hot glue gun, a couple of hot glue sticks, scissors, a sewing machine, thread, and some Lost & Found Christmas Cotton. For each tree you will want 1/2 yard each of two complementary fabrics. I chose the Christmas Trees pattern in Cream and the Christmas Stripe in Red for one tree and Christmas Trees pattern in Green and the Christmas Stripe in Red for the second tree.
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September 8th, 2014
Christmas Fabric week on The Project Girl! I asked several other bloggers and sewests to use their amazing talents to create projects using my Lost & Found Christmas fabric from Riley Blake Designs. Each day this week, I’ll be posting their amazing projects, so check back often and Pin away!
Hi, I’m Amy and I blog at The Happy Scraps. I love sharing DIY Home Decor, Paper Crafts, & Sewing Projects. When Jen, The Project Girl, asked me if I would like to make something out of her new line of fabric, Lost & Found Christmas, I jumped at the chance! This fabric is SO Yummy!! The colors are deep and rich, and I love the contrast that the black adds to it. Today, I’m going to share a tutorial with you on how to make your own table runner like mine.
Start off by choosing the fabrics that you want to use. I picked a few of the patterns in all the colors they come in. Press your fabric.
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August 1st, 2014
My little boy is growing up (insert crying here). He’s such a little love and we have such a strong bond, it’s going to be hard to not have him with me all day long. He’s starting preschool in the fall and on his supply list he needs a tote bag not a backpack. So I thought creating a custom tote bag would get him super excited to start school (he’s already thrilled).
We went to Michael’s and grabbed a pack of tote bags and some iron-on vinyl.
This is such a fast and easy project, all you need is a tote bag, iron-on vinyl, a die-cut machine, and an iron.
I cut out Ollie’s name (be sure to do mirror image!), and a monster that I had Mr. Project quickly draw for me (see bottom of post for a free download of this cute monster). Then I placed them film side up on the bag to get the placement right:
And then ironed on (one item at a time). I also learned after the first one to read the instructions (ha!) and put a cloth between the iron-on and the iron. No irons or tote bags were damaged in the process, but I was a little nervous there for a minute.
After ironing, I pulled off the plastic liner and saw the final product!
The bag turned out so so cute! Ollie is completely in love with his new bag and even endured me taking more than one photo!
There was even posing!!! this is unprecedented folks, maybe he could be a child model after all.
Now he really can’t wait for school to start. He even told our babysitter that I would make one for her.
I have a few more Back to School crafts up my sleeve that I’ll be posting about in a few days. here’s a little sneak peek… I guess I’m pretty excited for school too!
And if you have a back to school project, be sure to enter the Michaels #Create2Educate sweepstakes for your chance to win a $50 gift card! There’s a winner every day, so keep sharing your favorite back-to-school craft until August 15th. For more info and to check out other entries, visit michaels.com/create2educate-sweepstakes.
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Disclosure: This post was sponsored as part of the Michaels Makers program. I received free product in exchange for this post. All ideas, opinions and wording is entirely my own and I had a lot of fun too!