When I was a kid I had the class how to make these sachets, I have never forgotten. They are great gifts to fill with lavendar in winter!
Kawaii Shop Modes4u is having 4-Day Sale!
From November 29th there is 15% discount on everything (including all kawaii fabric) starting at 00.01 AM (Sydney time) till Monday Dec 2nd 23.59 PM PST (Los Angeles). Usually they just grant discounts on discontinued products. So this is a unique chance to do some Christmas shopping deluxe and also get the newest products at bargain prices.
To get the 15% discount on the order, every customer has to type in the coupon code “BlackFriday2013″ during checkout.
(The discount is not valid for shipping costs and items on sale.)
Take this opportunity and buy your favourite items, Christmas presents for all friends & family or just the new product that you always wanted to have.
Jennifer showed me this picture yesterday. It is one of the cutiest thing I’ve ever seen for Christmas, I’m totally in love! The baby is definitely a *gift*!
The tutorial is easy and quick (particularly important if you have babies at home), what you need is a plain onesie, ribbon, no sew iron tape and an iron.
It’s never too early to plan for Christmas because the kids love it. They almost screamed when they knew I was making them a special huge Christmas stocking (by doubling the measurements of tutorial on mirincondemariposas.blogspot.com).
Then filling a stocking with fun gifts for everyone can be a headache. I don’t like the idea of plastic toys that break straight away and usually overpriced. A bit of this and that I come into mind from my favorite online shop Modes4U:
Halloween is a big deal to some of you, but for most of the rest we would like to enjoy a bit of holiday mood with creepy food, not only loads of candy.
Of course it is best to keep things as simple as possible but plenty of fun surprises as well.
I have chosen a few which I would like to try, there are many more awesome Halloween food ideas on polishthestars.com .
I have a confession, I am starting to get a little addicted to washi tape. Not only are the pretty colors and patterns, but it is also the fun and easy projects to be created with this pretty tape.
I have collected some brilliant washi tape ideas for Halloween. Doesn’t these sound fun?
It will be the first Halloween for Robert – Jessifer and Thomas’s little boy.
Seen many babies in the pumpkin to go trick-or-treating, we prefer to dress Robert comfy in a simple but festive onesie.
It is so fun and easy to make these onesies - thanks to One Crafty Place’s tutorial.
Of course we would also prepare a trick-or treat bag with the spooky cute style Halloween fabric (tutorial from fabricmill.blogspot.com)