I was in dire need of some new workout shirts. I have a bunch but… unfortunately they are too small. So I found a great deal on fabric at Joann’s this weekend and got to work. The fabric started at $5.99 and at 50% off It was $3.59 and I scored some matching thread for $1.31 (using my 40% off coupon) so all totaled up my shirt cost me $4.90!!!!!!!!! Seriously!! I couldn’t buy this shirt for less than $10 if it was name brand and at an outlet store on a major holiday. I am so excited about it I already made 2 shirts with 3 more in the near future. Hee hee! Alright enough of me chatting… On to the tutorial.
I apologize for being out of the loop! I started student teaching this last week and it literally has taken over my life. My house is a mess, I haven’t cooked dinner all week, and I miss my little Bug more than I ever thought possible. Don’t get me wrong, I do love teaching. It is really a great experience and someday I hope to teach while my kiddos are in school too. Once the shock of being crazy wears off a little I will back in full force. I am doing some little projects here and there so I can have a few posts up in no time. Thanks for your patience and support!
On a side note, here is the video my brother-in-law made for me to make the labels on my photos.
This tutorial is so simple! I already had the pillow case and pillow. 🙂 This pillow case is from Target. I bought it on accident (I forgot to read that pillow cases were included) when I bought our bed sheets … Continue reading
I really love the look of sweaters. They are perfect for fall/winter because you can layer them, wear them casually, or dress them up so easily. I unfortunately live on a very tight budget (who doesn’t these days?) and I … Continue reading
I love infinity scarves! They are so versatile. I also didn’t want to buy one and thought this would be a great idea. Continue reading
I’m just copying Katy at Sweet Verbena with this Boho Maxi Dress I found on Pinterest. I loved it and the tutorial is so simple! I made mine in brown and I love that all you need is a belt and it make it such a cute dress. 🙂
I love this tutorial and skirt! Thanks so much to Leanne Barlow at Elle Apparel for posting this! Leanne has recently started selling the tutorial and her skirts in her shop http://www.leannebarlow.com. I am such a huge fan of her work and am always inspired by her. Here is my purple one. I made a sage green, and a grey one. I’m going to try a stripe one soon!