If You Can't Find Em' Make Em'

I looked forever in the stores and online for boots that I liked. I had no luck, but saw these boots at Target and figured I could add something to make them how I wanted. I used Black Vinyl Leather sewed the bow and then attached it by hand sewing and velcro. LOVE THEM! And the best thing was they were on sale for $20.98 Ahhhhh Yeeeaaaahhhhh



Found this idea here
This project was so easy and so much fun to make! I love how cute it is and also has a good purpose!

I have been wanting to make one of these for a long time. It holds the wipes case and diapers, and I put an L initial for my son's name.


Crafts I've been doing...

Flower Rosette:

My first attempt at making a bib for my little guy:

Some Christmas decorations:

This was a shirt that I received as a present, but added some sleeves to it from an Adult Men's shirt. Another first attempt, which I'm pretty happy with because it is perfect for keeping warm in the winter.


Witch Shoes

Found this cute idea on http://www.skiptomylou.org/ I LOVE how they turned out!

And this is what I made while I watched General Conference. I found this idea:http://craftycupboard.blogspot.com/2010/09/spider-web-table-runner.html


Halloween Crafts

I really have enjoyed decorating for Halloween this year, more than any other year. Hope you like!


I found this quote somewhere in "blog land" and decided to just use things around my place to make the sign. I found the broom at the dollar store, spray painted it, and put ribbon around it (that I already had along with the spray paint!)

Found this idea here

Found this idea here
Here are a few crafts that I've done in the last couple of months. I recovered the pillows for the couch, made the skirt from extra material left over from the shirt I made, saw a necklace similar at Forever 21 and my sis and I each made one, bought the grey shirt for a dollar and tried to "cutify" it, and made a pillow for our bed out of curtains found at goodwill!


Nightstand Makeover!

We found this beauty on the side of a dumpster! We were so excited to find this and that it was real wood as well! There was paint striping, sanding, priming, painting and drilling bigger holes for the handles. But oh so worth the time and effort! The only things we had to buy were new handles and primer, we already had leftover black paint. We decided to put it in our son's room next to his crib. I think they look really good together! Hope you like!