Maxi skirt that I sewed myself!
I finally finished making my Valentine’s Day pop up cards! Whaddaya think?
My latest creation… #christmas cards! #crafts #paper #diy
My hand-crafted pop up cards! These are in Japanese and say “arigatou,” which means “thank you.” I decorated the front with origami paper to enhance the Japanese feel. I’ve been cutting these by hand, but soon I will get a die-cut machine to do all the dirty work. What do you think? Would you buy one of these if you saw them on Etsy?
YESSS This is exactly what I’ve been looking for
truebluemeandyou: Free Cross Stitch Pattern Generator. If you cross stitch or are thinking of doing cross stitch this will save you $$$$. I posted this a long time ago but saw it featured on www.regretsy.com yesterday by “Helen Killer” who wrote:
In fact, there are over 16,000 patterns for sale on Etsy right now (or 30, not counting Disney copyright infringements). And so it was with great delight that I came uponMy Photo Stitch; a website that converts any jpg into a cross-stitch pattern, for free!
DIY Free Cross Stitch Generator for Your Photos and Pictures. I love this program! You used to have to use illustrator or pay for a program to do this. Tons of options: size, patterns, DMC Embroidery Floss colors, more colors, less colors, detailed charts etc… from myphotostitch.com.
Do you ever see cute things and think, “Why didn’t I think of these?” sigh.
How cute are these little origami dresses spotted at LA vintage shop, 33 Rooms?
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