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kissin’ kritters kabin ornament

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

a few months ago, nynke asked me to make some art to be printed on the back of a flyer for a holiday craft fair in the Netherlands. we talked about making an ornament, so i made a kissin’ kritters ornament using the elements from my kissin’ kritters skirt print. want to make one yourself? […]

hungarian honey cake placemats

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

i’ll admit, i may be a little captivated by hungarian honey cakes.  they’re just so dang festive-looking! here’s another cute and easy felt project starring those lovely looking treats. i made them flat to use as a placemat or table accent, but it would also be really cute to add a back and stuff it […]

oilcloth apron bonnet

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

i got this idea way back when i pulled out this apron bonnet (which i did have on inside out, but since then i’ve finally figured out how to wear an apron bonnet).  i got to thinking about bonnets, and rain bonnets (remember those clear plastic ones you could buy in the gumball machines for a […]

dirndl clothespin bag

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

one thing i love about living in southern california is it’s always clothesline weather! line dried clothes, especially towels, are one of my favorite feeling things. about 10 years ago i got this adorable dirndl-style vintage clothespin bag, and even though i am very delicate with it (as delicate as you can really be with a […]

hex signs

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

i was inspired to make this felt applique hex sign rug after finishing up the artwork for this new summertime skirt print… can you tell? i love the boldness and simplicity of this new print! the skirt should be available on my website next month here it is!   (sign up for my e-mailing list […]

knick knack gift cards

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

i put together this page of three different knick knack gift cards for you to download and use for all of your gift-giving needs (or any other occasion where you need a little card!) all you have to do is print them out–i recommend a heavyweight paper or cardstock, and if you have a ‘photo’ setting in […]

toadstool doorstop

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

how many posts featuring mushrooms can one little ol’ blog really have? well here’s one more! for years i’ve been using a big plastic jug full of thistle seeds as a doorstop for the back door. i finally decided to make a cute doorstop and settled on-you guessed it-a toadstool! the tall one is about 10 inches tall, the […]