If you ask me, there are few things cuter than brothers in matching shirts. For Valentine's Day this year, I made my boys these super adorable tie t-shirts, but how great would these be for Easter as well?! You can whip one of these up with this free tie appliqué pattern! These t-shirt ties are easy … Continue reading Tie T-Shirt Tutorial and FREE appliqué pattern!
The fourth annual Handmade Gifts for Boys series has come to a close! Stacey and I always have so much fun bringing you new ideas for gifts to make your kiddos. Hopefully you've found an idea or two and have been inspired to make your boys (or girls!) some gifts this year. Keep reading through … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys 2015 Giveaway and Wrap-up!
To wrap up our Handmade Gifts for Boys series, both Stacey and I decided to sew up some pajamas from Peekaboo Pattern Shop. I've sewn many, many patterns from Peekaboo, including countless jammies. Today I combined the Alex and Anna winter pajamas with the Sweet Dreams PJs for a pair of everyday jammies with a … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys Day 5: Peekaboo Pajamas
I don't know about your house, but my boys' toys need constant corralling. And what's better than storage that doubles as a place to cozy up and read! This floor cushion has a hidden zipper so that you can fill it with stuffed animals, blankets, or the sweatshirts you can't fit in the dresser. ;) … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys day 4: Floor Cushion Tutorial with hidden storage!
Welcome back to day three of the Handmade Gifts for Boys series! Awhile back, my six-year-old saw a stuffed snake toy at the zoo, and he cannot stop talking about it. He has been begging me to make one for him. So today I have a free pattern so you can make one too! Supplies: … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys Day 3: Snake Stuffie Free Pattern and Tutorial
It's day two of Handmade Gifts for Boys, and today I have a fun tutorial to keep your littles busy and active inside this winter. It's about to get so ridiculously cold in Wisconsin, and I'm always trying to find ways for my boys to exercise inside - preferably in a way that doesn't involve … Continue reading DIY Indoor Hopscotch Mat
Today fellow boy mama Stacey and I are back for our fourth annual Handmade Gifts for Boys series! We love this series so much!! We have some awesome tutorials and inspiration for you, plus a HUGE giveaway at the end of the week. So fire up your sewing machines and bust out your craft supplies, … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys Day 1: Trading Card Carrier Tutorial
If you have little ones at home, you probably find yourself looking for things to keep them busy while you're doing something else, like making dinner, folding laundry or helping other kids. It's a bonus when those activities are educational and don't involve a screen! I made this Color Wheel Matching Game for my preschooler and … Continue reading Preschool Color Wheel Matching Game
My absolute favorite thing to make for new babies is a pair of baby pants. Or three. I make my pants using this tutorial of mine, and now I've added a free newborn sized pattern to make it even easier for you! Supplies: 1/4 yard of knit fabric 15 inches of 3/4in. non-roll elastic (you may need … Continue reading Free Newborn Baby Pants Pattern
We're about to enter a stage of life that I have to admit, is not my favorite. The potty training stage. Potty training seems to go one of two ways in my house: complete and total disaster or epic triumph. I have yet to have an in between experience. Having been through this three times already, I … Continue reading Wet Bag with Pocket Tutorial and tips for potty training