Posted in February 2012

Twin Diaper Cakes

I made this for a family friend who were doubly blessed with twin girls…definitely twice the fun to make!  As a self-taught sewer, I even made the top tier burp cloths from a tutorial I had found on the web…I’ll post about that another time! linking to: blue cricket design Show and Tell Wednesday Advertisements

Baby Shower: Jackson Whale Theme

Here is a baby shower invitation I made for my dear friend (and Godson to-be).  The inspiration for the invite was her baby’s nursery.  She had registered at Pottery Barn Baby and her nursery bedding was the Jackson Nursery collection. I used my Cricut to  embellish the invitation with a whale cut-out and a bookplate … Continue reading

Butterfly Party Circles Printable

With spring just around the corner, our Etsy Shop’s best seller is back! These are Butterfly Party Circles…check out the different things you could do with just some simple printable party circles.  This design was inspired by the Butterfly themed invitation we made for my niece’s birthday party. I ❤ butterflies!    

Diaper Cake inspiration and tutorial

I went through a phase of loving to make diaper cakes.  The first one I made, I spent a lot time rolling every last diaper and wrapping them with rubber bands (not realizing how annoying this probably was for the mommy and daddy of a newborn). After seeing this tutorial (see link below) my diaper … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Down

Yesterday, we went to The Museum of Natural History in NYC. It was a gorgeous day out and we had just come from a yummy lunch at Shake Shack. As we were walking back to the museum, I looked DOWN and saw our shadows in the sidewalk. I love days like these when we get … Continue reading

How I fell in love with DIY…

Like with most relationships, there is a defining moment, a necessity to perpetuate, a reason to make something work out.   In my case, my relationship with DIY began while preparing for our wedding.  SuperMan and I wanted a beautiful day to remember, BUT we knew we did not exactly have the budget to support … Continue reading