MMI #1 Shutterfly Pillow
Did you know Shutterfly has pillows now? To be honest, setting a plate of pizza on my kids' faces seems a little weird, but I had other ideas for this new service.
I whipped up an image in Photoshop, and uploaded it to Shutterfly. About a week later, this little beauty arrived:
I wanted something balance out the shelves over my craft table.
I knew I wanted something on canvas because that wall is pretty busy already. Canvases aren't cheap, so I scoured the Internet. I ordered from Canvas Print Factory. The next morning, I realized I shouldn't have ordered 6 canvases from a company I had used before. These types of logical decisions don't really happen at 1:00 a.m. Thankfully, I am super happy with the quality. The price was right, the shipping was free, and they turned out cute.
My last home made it is something my older daughter and I worked on together. She's growing up, sniff, sniff, and getting more into clothes and accessories.
Sadly, I didn't take any pictures while we worked on it. Basically:
1. Cut a long rectangle. Hint: Measure a scarf you like. Double the width and length (if it's an infinity scarf), plus a little extra.
2. Fold wrong sides together the hot dog way. Iron. Sew the long side.
3. Fold a 1 inch cuff, iron, then turn inside out.
4. Tuck the non cuffed side into the cuff. Sew.
5. Boom. You've got an infinity scarf.
Now for the school Made Its. I made a couple of new things for my TPT store. I'm super excited about this set:
They turned out so stinking cute. Here's a close up:
I also made some new things for my Retro Brights series.