(deep breath, fight panic here)
Anyway, I can't post too many of the gifts I'm creating, because the few readers I do have I want to remain surprised! (Hi, Mom!)
But in between gift crafting and making lists of to-do, I've pulled together a couple cute, easy projects for our family. With these great tutorials, you can easily do them, too!!
First of all, I used this tutorial from Ruffles and Stuff to make my girl an adorable, winter season dress. Take a look:
|It was a bit warmer out when we snapped|
I repurposed some old leggings that no longer fit for her scarf. I love how it wraps around the back and shoulders! So cute!
|"No, honey, you can't eat the berries."|
I was inspired by many tutorials out there to make a new Christmas wreath for our home. Especially after discovering that ours was somehow misplaced in our move earlier this year. So, after gathering tips here and there, I purchased a wire wreath frame, some ornaments and flowers from the Dollar Tree, got out my hot glue gun, and put together this:
|I love the neutral colors. I hope it keeps|
this wreath elegant and classic.
|There is no organization to ornament or|
flower placement. Just scatter about at will!
Finally, using this tutorial by Made by Rae, I used some fleece remnants on hand to whip up a new winter hat for our bluebird. I hear it's cold where we're headed, so I'm thinking an extra hat will come in handy! (Plus, it matches her new snow coat...so there's that, too!)
|I love the flower detailing. This hat is|
so feminine...perfect for my girl!
So, there you have it! If this inspires you to create your own variations, I'd love to see them!