There is something about spring that makes me want to start new projects. This year, I’ve been going back and forth between woodworking and building a farmhouse table for the back yard, and sewing skirts and dresses. I’m guessing the latter is probably a better direction this month since things are so crazy around here. My mom has worked as a seamstress, so I grew up always having someone that could make me an outfit, sew dance costumes, or fix anything that needed to be mended. Now that I’m a mom, I REALLY want to be able to do that for my kids too. I just feel like there’s nothing more domestic than a woman that can sew well and can food. Am I right? I’m working on both, but for now, I’m just itching to start some sewing projects. This is the list ‘sew’ far…
I’ve owned the pattern for this one for a while (Simplicity 2444), and just need to find some fabric and my mom so she can show me how to read the pattern…
If I made these, I’m pretty sure this is all I would wear…
I’m thinking a great place to start would be some online workshops. I’ve found a few through Craftsy.com, but if anyone has any good recommendations I’m all ears! Wish me luck, and let’s hope I don’t get burned out before I finish any of these!
I’m excited to share that I have teamed up with Sugardoodle.net to create a huge bundle of Primary goodies for 2015!
Binder Cover Inserts
Theme Poster (1 of 2 new designs!)
Binder Covers & Sharing Time Outline/Calendar
Sharing Time Theme Flipbook (11×17)
Spotlight Form, Birthday, and ‘I Can Be Reverent’ Stickers
Assignment Cards and Bookmark
In this pack you’ll find the following:
- Binder Cover Inserts for the Presidency and all the Primary callings!
- Binder Spine Inserts
- 2 pages of bookmarks
- Birthday Stickers that work great with the 1″ printable Avery labels
- ‘I Can Be Reverent’ Stickers that work great with the 1″ printable Avery labels
- Sharing Time Calendar Outline and Calendar
- Monthly Theme Poster Flipbook
- 2 Theme Poster designs
- Opening Exercises Assignment cards to pass out to the children
- Spotlight forms for the children and leaders!
CLICK HERE for the link to download!
I hate watching myself on TV, or hearing my voice on a recording, but these tutorials are too fun to pass up! Please don’t judge my pregnant state of mind and rambling. I’m blaming it on the pregnancy brain!
Handprinted Cards on a Gocco Screenprinter
Now it’s easier than ever to update your Family Proclamation print with a fun and different design! I decided that even though I’ll be slowing things down in the next few months with the new baby, I still wanted everyone to have the opportunity to have this wonderful message in their home, so I’ve made about a million different color options in an instant download format so you can print the Proclamation yourself! Yay! Click HERE to see all the color options.
Did you catch the segment on Studio 5 I did doing a fun demo on Gocco printing? Ready to try it yourself?! Yay! Click on the tag images below to download printable pages of both designs, plus my template for the gocco print and a bonus 4×6 inch “Dearly Thankful” card. Score! If you have any questions about my process, feel free to get in touch and I’ll help you out.
Great print for baptisms or as primary birthday gifts! Two different colors available!
Click on the image for link to full resolution file.
Like many people, I love Pinterest and of course Etsy. I spend most of my time there getting amazing ideas, and also getting greatly overwhelmed by all the amazing talent out there. Here are some of my latest faves:
Geometric Deer Silhouette by GeometricInk
Precious Diamonds Family Tree from Martha Stewart
Be a Nice Human Print from ohmydeer
Hello Floral Print by Alexa Z Design
Mother’s Day has meant so much more to me in the last year now that I am actually a momma. I never believed that such a little person could bring me so much happiness, and as I reflect on how much she means to me I feel so blessed to be part of her little life.
A few weeks after I had little June I stumbled across the amazing series by PBS, Call the Midwife. I may have still been a bit emotional as I watched, and seriously cried at least once during every episode. And for those of you who knew me pre-baby, I DID NOT CRY. Like at all. There was one line in a particularly sad episode where a new mother was holding her new baby girl and the nurse asked her how she was feeling. The mother profoundly responded; “Like I’ve been missing her all my life.” That line put words to exactly how I feel about my little one, and I’m sure every mom feels about their children. It’s like a gap has been filled, and I think about that all the time…
I am so lucky to do what I do so that I can stay at home and be with my little Junebug all day. Thank you to everyone for all of your love and support for Collectivity Lane. Without it, there is no way that I could be doing what I love (designing and being a momma) from home.
As a special thank you, I’ve teamed up with Let’s Get Together for a special Mother’s Day giveaway. It’s time we show our mommas how much we love them, and these fantastic gals have put together a great list of meaningful gifts for moms. If you’re feeling a little stuck, check out their blog and enter for a chance to win your print of choice from my shop! Bonus!!
Happy Mother’s Day to all you special ladies out there!
Well, I have certainly been keeping busy this spring with so many fun things at Collectivity Lane. First, the Bijou Market last week was a total blast. I didn’t get too many pics, but it was so fun to meet other vendors and locals who love handmade beauty as much as I do.
The shop is also being featured in a fun giveaway on Spoonfulzine.com, so click on over to this fabulous blog to enter to win one of my prints!!
THE SPOONFUL EASTER COMPETITION 2014
This is an fun challenge to write any haiku about spring! I get to be a judge and the winner get’s this fabulous Victorian Lace Egg gold foil print as a prize!
We were able to use these for our primary class a bit ago, and I found that it helped me so much personally! I’m so happy to share this fun chart with you and I hope it proves as useful to you as it did for me! Just click on the image for a full pdf download of all the designs.