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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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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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Kitty Cat Pillow

  Mae loves loves loves our tabby cat Randy. They have the BEST relationship. I know you think I’m exaggerating but I’m not. Mae will lay on on him pat him, hug him and he doesn’t care he constantly goes back for more it’s adorable!!! Because of this wonderful relationship I have been everything kitty cat for Mae. Cat shirts, cat sweater, she was even a cat for Halloween. The other day I was feeling a bit crafty and in the mood to sew so I decided to make a fun cat pillow for her bed! I turned out so...
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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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Wooden Baby Stackables

Mae is 10 months!!! Where has the time gone! As she has gotten older her interest in her “possessions” as Gabe and I call them, has grown and grown. She loves her toys and I love my wood so I am always on the look out for fun wooden toys rather than the new plastic ones you see everywhere. So when I came across this tutorial for baby wooden stackables from Bamboo Magazine I had to try it out! I did make mine slightly different so my tutorial is available below. The toy is really easy to make and only...
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Modern Toy Box

So many toys everywhere!!! Our living room has completely become Mae’s room. We have a walker a bouncer, her stroller and so many random toys. When I was on Pinterest I came across these adorable toy boxes and decided to make one to somewhat organize Mae’s possessions. This project I very easy anyone can make one and it only takes a day! Luckily I already had most of the supplies need so I only had to purchase the casters: the total cost was $5!!! You can get all of the supplies for around $20, making it a very affordable project! SUPPLIES: ► 1...
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Cute Letter Blocks

Nursery decor is so fun and cute! When I was working on Mae's nursery one of the first items I made were wooden letter blocks with her name. They are a fun afternoon craft, that are very easy to make! SUPPLIES: ►Blocks (4" to 6") ►Scrapbook Paper ►Acrylic Paint ►Modge Podge ►Stencils ► Wooden Letters ► Wooden Numbers ►Painters Tape ►Paint Brush ►Glue ►Scissors   Start by painting all the numbers and letters you would like to have painted. This way they will be dry by the time you would like to use them.            ...
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Beaded Pacifier Clip

When we first brought Mae home from the NICU she was obsessed with her pacifier. She would not take a nap without it. Slowly she grew out of it and never uses one now. But for the first month I always had to have one handy. I saw these cute beaded pacifier clips online and decided to make one. They turned out pretty cute so I thought I would share it with you. This is a fun inexpensive diy to do on a lazy afternoon.   Supplies ►Wood Beads ►Rope / String ►Clips ►Paint ►Painters Tape ►Foam Brush ►Cardboard  ...
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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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