My (admittedly poor) Sampler, the first "Mini-Project" from Stitch by Stitch: Learning to Sew One Project at a Time by Deborah Moebes. It was fun to see what my machine can do! I have only left it on the most basic of settings, for the most basic of projects. I'm looking forward to working my way through this book. It's my project for the end my pregnancy.
Fabric rosettes adorning my newly acquired bulletin board (swiped from the girls' room). I don't have immediate access to a craft store for a more beautiful cork board overhaul, so I just added these. They were so easy to make, and pretty!
"Blessings Board" a dry-erase board where the girls and I can count our blessings. This is in my office area of the school room/play room. We used a broken flower hair clip instead of making fabric flowers. I love this; we have so much to be thankful for.
I'm enjoying all the inspiration I'm finding around the internet, and the freedom to do these things before my little guy arrives and I spend my days nursing, feeding children, nursing, teaching school, nursing, doing laundry, oh, and nursing. I know I don't have great crafty skills, but it's so much fun! (Oh! And Charlie and I are making these tonight! I can't wait! They'll be perfect in my "office" and for school!) Ok, off to eat that fresh loaf of bread downstairs with some Nutella. hehe