Scrapbox Organization using my Cricut Maker!

Hey friends, I’m here today to share with you a recent project that I undertook, which was to beautify my craft space. I, as many of us do, share my craft space. All of my craft and sewing supplies are squished in to our spare bedroom, where my family comes to stay when they come…

Faux Leather Cup Organization with Cricut

Hi friends! I got to write a fun blog post as a guest writer for Ellie and Mac on how to create these cute little faux-leather cups, embellished with Ellie and Mac cut files! See how to make them over on their blog, and scroll to the bottom for the FREE SVG cut file!

FREE Pattern: Mood Bomber Jacket Review

Today I’m going on a new sewing adventure, a reversible jacket. Magnolia floral liverpool is our Thrifty Thursday print, so I decided to make a bomber jacket with it using a thrifty FREE pattern, the Reversible Mood Bomber Jacket. Here are my thoughts, additions and full review!

Past Strikes Photo Roundup

I have been sewing & promoting for about a year now, and so I have about a years worth of garments that I probably won’t get a chance to go back and document. So I thought it would be fun to put together a round up of the custom fabrics that I have sewn for some really great companies!

Baby boy is ONE!

Every mom everywhere will probably say the same thing, but I feel like I just found out that I was pregnant with my little guy and he is now officially one year old! Some people call that toddler age? I refuse to admit that he’s a toddler though! He’s my baby, and he’s probably going to stay “my baby” until he’s in his 20s 😂, and probably after that! But you better believe for his first birthday I had to DIY all the things! So here’s a few photos of the small party we threw at the park for him and close family.

My First Capsule Wardrobe

I’ve officially started my very first capsule wardrobe!! I can’t tell you how much time I spent using the Amelia Lane Capsule Wardrobe Builder worksheet to try and plan out what I was going to make. I think it took me so long because I bought the fabrics before I decided to make a capsule, so working them into a coherent collection that could mix and match was MUCH harder than it would have been otherwise! Live and learn…