Monday, December 5, 2016
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Can I be honest with y'all for a second? I'm a little nervous about sharing this devotion with you. You see, I don't really consider myself a "writer." Yes, I'm an English teacher, and, yes, I write project tutorials all the time, but this type of writing is different.
Friday, November 18, 2016
Monday, November 14, 2016
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Hey, y'all! Are you starting to get into the holiday spirit yet? I can't wait for Thanksgiving, but I'm most excited for Christmas! I went to the Southern Christmas Show this weekend, and I have been listening to Christmas music, and, yes, I've even watched a Christmas movie already. I adore Christmas movies, and one of my favorites is Elf. Last week, I watched Elf, and while watching it, I hand-lettered the four main elf food groups. Why? So I could make a cool Elf-Inspired t-shirt with some festive heat transfer vinyl sent to me by Expressions Vinyl! And as usual, I'm sharing the free cut file with you so that you can make your own. As if that wasn't enough awesomeness for one post, I'm also teaming up with the oh-so-talented Alexis of Persia Lou and twenty one other fabulous bloggers to share some really awesome vinyl posts with you in anticipation of Alexis's brand new vinyl course that she's created for Craftsy. AND--that's right, I'm not done yet--there is a FABULOUS giveaway at the end of the post!
Let's get started with this elf food groups tee tutorial so that you can whip yourself up one for the holidays!
Friday, November 4, 2016
My favorite thing about these earrings is that they're sooo light! You can make a large pair of these, and when you wear them, you may forget you're wearing earrings. They're that light, y'all! And like I said, they're really easy to make. Let me show you how...
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
My new mug started its life as a lowly orange coffee mug that I bought at Dollar Tree for a whopping $1. With the addition of a vinyl decal that I created with my Silhouette Cameo and a hand-lettered cut file I designed, my mug is now all kinds of fabulous. Keep reading to for the how-to...