Category: make

Wordy Wednesday: Sew Wild

Sew Wild Written by: Alisa Burke Published by: Interweave Press Sew Wild is a really cool art, fabric, sewing, and creating book by Alisa Burke. I’ve been reading her blog for a while and just love her free-flowing style of art and writing, how she works with fabrics, paints, pens, and a multitude of easy [...]

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Today’s Tute: Simple Family Silhouette Tutorial

A few years ago I decided that I wanted to start a new tradition — to make our whole family’s silhouettes (including the pets!). It was a really easy and quick craft that I get compliments on whenever someone new comes over to visit. Depending on how many family members you have, this project could [...]

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What we made these holidays…part 2

I almost forgot one of the best things I made – or actually, five of the best things I made! I have been working on felt stockings since our son Finn was born in October 2009, and was in the NICU for 7 weeks. I would take his stocking to the hospital with me and [...]

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What we made these holidays…

Heading into the holiday season this year, we had crafting ideas and creative energy stored up from, well, a whole year long! Cynthia and I have both been so busy putting our spare time into Delish — so much so that this year in particular we had not been able to find any extra minutes [...]

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A Merry Christmas craft tutorial!

Editor’s note: this is a GUEST POST from our friend Leanna over at Poot and Boogie – we are reposting her entry on a wonderful craft that we thought our readers would really enjoy. Take it away, Leanna! I have wanted to do a tutorial for so long! at last I have found a simple [...]

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Wordy Wednesday: A Life in Stitches

A Life in Stitches: Knitting My Way through Love, Loss, and Laughter Written by: Rachael Herron Published by: Chronicle Books How do you measure a life? Why, in stitches, of course!! The delightful book, A Life in Stitches by Rachael Herron does just that. In simple terms, it is a collection of twenty vignettes which [...]

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Wordy Wednesday: Good Bite Weeknight Meals

Book: Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy Published by: Wiley If I had to, for some reason, make the choice between cooking for the rest of my life from paper cookbooks or cooking blogs, I would be hard-pressed to say which I would choose. If everything is going smoothly, I’ll sit down on a [...]

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Wear: Socks and Boots

I’m in the mood…in the mood for socks and boots! I’m seeing this combination all over the place, and like all good partnerships, it just works. I’m kind of, sort of, ever-so-slightly obsessed with it. And it makes sense, as apparently this was something of my early sartorial sensibility when I was but a toddler, [...]

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Love, Marriage, and…Tools?

My surprise life as the wife of a handy-husband A guest post by Kate Lister When we exchanged wedding vows on a beautiful, chilly, snowy winter’s day a few years back, little did I know that I was marrying a soon-to-be handy-husband. Now, my husband is a scientist (or at least that’s what I call [...]

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Wicked creatures to make

It’s two days until Halloween, and if you’re like me then you’ve already eaten more than your body weight in tiny chocolate bars and you’re pretty sure your kid’s costume is going to look ridiculous, and not in a good way. I didn’t so much drop the ball this year as not pick it up. [...]

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