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@Heather Creswell Creswell Lee Cam needs these :)

kiki creates: baby boy ties..{tutorial and free download}

kikicreates.blogspot.com

the chevron clutch tutorial + pattern - see kate sew

the chevron clutch tutorial + pattern - see kate sew

seekatesew.com

DIY Diaper Clutch Tutorial (great to leave in the car!)

Keeping Up With The Morgans: DIY Diaper Clutch

morgans2day.blogspot.com

diy no sew baby bow ties / use velcro instead of pins and use them for dress up in my daycare. They need mini business clothes.

bow tie tutorial

thepleatedpoppy.com

Stretchy Baby Hats with Top Knots --- Make It and Love It

Stenciling | How to prevent paint from seeping under the stencil.

Just made 3 of these diy onsie extenders by hand! Might be time to get a sewing machine :-)

For when the brain goes blank - I totally need this, especially for sympathy cards.

Porcelain plate purchased from Dollar Tree. Use porcelain paint for foot prints and porcelain pens for writing. They can be found at most craft stores. The directions are on the label. Let set 24 hours then bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.

DIY Interchangeable Bowtie Onesie....with Attached Suspenders (2 variations) --- Make It and Love It

How-To: Nursery Door Latch Cover...works great for a classroom door too!

Free Printable Banner Alphabet ...perfect for any occasion! @Shanti Paul Paul Paul Leeuwen Yell-2-Chic.com

Bernat® Baby Coordinates™ Ripple Waves Crochet Blanket FREE pattern

FABRIC COVERED MAT- HOW TO Well, awhile back I promised I would show you how to create some of my favorite craft items... This one happens to be one of the items that my sisiter-in-law and I used to sell at craft shows. These simple fabric covered mats add big impact to a framed picture.  This tutorial is for creating a 8x10 mat that holds a 5x7 picture.

Here in the Waiting Place: Free crochet patterns - Football Cocoon

Quick and Easy Window Valance | Making It With Danielle

going to check this out later, I was thinking of making a hat to match baby blankets with extra fleece!