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Knot Headband Wrap

Since Mae was little I have loved to make her fun accessories to wear. One of my favorites are her headbands! They are adorable on and so easy to make. A perfect project for a beginner sewer!     SUPPLIES: ► Knit Fabric ► Thread   TOOLS: ►Scissors ►Tape Measure ►Sewing Machine           STEPS: 1.  Take your fabric and fold it over about 3 in. hotdog style and cut. You should have a long strip of fabric   2.  With the back side of the fabric facing out sew along the long edge   3. Turn...
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SPOOKY TODDLER WITCH COSTUME

I am so excited for Halloween this year, it is fun every year, but Mae is turning 2 and will actually understand a little bit! Last year I made Mae a black cat costume (which was absolutely adorable!) This year we decided she would be a witch. Of course I couldn't buy one I HAD to make it. I love making costumes because you are able to customize them completely. For instance since we are no longer in Arizona, Halloween will be much cooler (at least for us) so I decided to go with a black velvet material which I...
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Pom Pom Shorts

Aren't these the cutest!!!  I'm so obsessed I made literally 5 pairs for Mae!  It all started when I was on instagram and krista.horton (her kids are the cutest and she has great fashion tips) posted the cutest picture of her daughter in pom pom shorts I saw them and new I NEEDED them.  Unfortunately I couldn't figure out where they were from and rather than simply asking I decide to diy them.  I ran over to JoAnn fabrics and they had the prettiest spring silk prints so I grabbed a few as well as some pom pom trim and...
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Upcycle Old Jeans

Scrolling through Instagram, the other day, I came across the cutest jean skirt from H&M, I was planning to buy it but thought instead it would make a great DIY project.  When I was in high school I made a few jean mini skirts so I knew they're not too hard to make.  I'm not the best sewer I learned a little from my mom, but mostly I'm self taught, meaning anyone can make this skirt. It's a great project for beginners and a great way to upcycle an old pair of jeans!  Unfortunately I didn't have any jeans I...
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LOVE TEE

I have collected so many fun outfits for little Mae over the last year! If you have a little girl, grand daughter, or niece then you know how addicting shopping for them can be. Whenever a holiday approaches I like to find a cute festive outfit for her. With Valentine's Day right around the corner I decided to get my creative juices flowing and make Mae a cute tank.  Since it is SO warm in Arizona this time of year a sleeveless shirt is perfect and I happened to have a white Old Navy tanks  that I got from goodwill...
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Valentine’s Day Necklace

If you haven't noticed I love making cute accessories for Mae. Necklaces are one of my favorites. I came across some cute little wooden hearts at JoAnns the other day, that would make the perfect pendant for a necklace. These are SO fun to make because you can use anything on them: buttons, beads, strings, pompoms, etc. The bigger and chunkier they are the cuter they look on your little one!     SUPPLIES: ►Wooden Heart Cutouts ►Embroidery String ►Metal Loops ►Nylon Cord ►Pompoms ►Wooden Beads ►Small Beads TOOLS: ►Drill ►Round Nose Pliers ►Scissors   STEPS: You can make your...
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Rose Romper DIY

  Roses are Red...   I tend to have an issue getting rid of old clothes. I decided since its the new year to go through my closet and a few containers of clothes I had. While going through them I found this Rose body conscious mini dress, that I never wore, but kept because I thought the pattern was fun. Now with little Mae I thought of the perfect project for this dress... a little romper. It turned out really cute and was easy to make.   SUPPLIES: ►Dress (or any fabric with some stretch to it) ►Pins ►Romper...
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Baby Onesies DIY

When I was getting ready for Mae to arrive I always saw the cutest clothes. It is definitely one of the issues with having a little girl, you want to buy everything!  There are so many cute onesies out there with fun sayings on them.  I decided to steal some peoples ideas and create my own at home for a much lower price than they would've cost online. I thought I would share with you how to do it so you can make yours as well. I decided to use iron on's. I went to the stores and purchase a...
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