Showing Off – my picks

Forget Pinterest (um, not really) – all you need to do is browse the Take-A-Look link party – it is FILLEd with awesomeness.  I’m probably getting carried away with too many features, but oh well…

Que Linda made this mirror frame from some broken dishes – way to upcycle!

Simply Homemade did an AMAZING job on her pea coat – I need to learn bound button holes, so I’m excited for her!

You can learn how to hand sew on paper over at Adventures of our Family – it’s a great  tutorial:


Over at Sew Fantastic, she made wrap-arounds to go over a ruffled skirt – you have to see them:

The Crafty Cupboard made herself a scripture cover – now I need one!!

Scripture cover

Mom On Time Out made some bling rings for her girls – love them and the candy!

You can see some super cute dino jackets at VixenMade – now I’ll be on the lookout for hoodies…

If you want a small crochet project, you could make little hearts into clips, like A Little Bit of Everything:

Cute reclaimed wood sign from Snug As a Bug Baby:

You can see this chalkboard bench transformation over at Life as a Thrifter...

Another hoodie gone cute, this time by Melly Sews – love this!:

Can you believe this shirt was made from 2 scarves?  Get all the details over at Potholes & Pantyhose:

Friendship bracelet made around headphone wires – genius!  See it over at Craft Geek:

NOW, what you scrolled down here to find out – – most viewed link – -

well, it’s my aunt, from Studio 103, AGAIN – – she’s rockin’ Take-A-Look Tuesday — this week it’s with her bubble skirts:

Thanks for linking everyone!!  If you were featured feel free to grab the button:  (oh, and if you were featured on FB, or if you’re featured later this afternoon, you’re included – grab away!!)

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  1. says

    Thanks for featuring my hand sewing (on paper) tutorial. I am soo very appreciative. I’ve had such a fun time exploring your blog and checking out all your crafts. I’m inspired!

    You’re welcome back at Adventures of Our Fami-Ly anytime!!!


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