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10 Spring Projects from Homework

10 Spring Projects from homework

Today, I'm so excited to kick off a month full of guest post. Still no baby yet, but this in an effort so once he is here we can devote and spend some time with our baby! Our first guest is Carolyn from homework. She is sharing her top 10 spring projects. I've known Carolyn a few years now and she has guest blogged for us before. She made the most adorable pom pom snowman ornaments for the first ever 12 days of Handmade ornaments. Last week, was the official first day of spring, Carolyn … [Read more...]

Thrifty Stashy SNAP! Swap + Personalized Vintage Notebook

Thrifty Stashy SNAP Swap Box via SewWoodsy.com

In 9 days I'll be on my way to Utah (for the first time) to attend SNAP! Johnnie from Saved By Love Creations and Amy from Plucking Daisies organized a fun pre-SNAP! meet and greet called Thrifty Stashy SNAP! Swap. Basically, you raid you craft stash and then go to the store for whatever else you may need and send a box of supplies to your partner. My partner for this SNAP! swap was Chrissy from Hoot Designs! Chrissy and I met at Haven last year and have also chatted via twitter. Chrissy has … [Read more...]

12 Months of Martha — Valentine’s Day Card w/ Lined Envelope

12 Months of Martha -- Valentine's Day Card w/ Lined Envelope via @SewWoodsy #12MonthsOfMartha #MarthaStewartCrafts #CardMaking

The other day I revealed my first box that I received from a new campaign that I'm participating in this year called the 12 Months of Martha. I'm so excited to share today what I did with some of the gorgeous Valentine's Day supplies. Naturally, when I see paper I instantly want to make a card. I decided I would make a Valentine's Day Card for my 89 year old great-aunt Millie. I like to send her cards for just about every holiday because she is all by herself in a retirement home and I want to … [Read more...]

Top 10 projects in 2011

Wow! Today is the last day of 2011 and what better way to say good bye to this year than to share our top 10 projects of 2011. Our blog grew exponentially over 2011 and we could not be more thankful for our loyal followers! We had a chance to participate in some pretty cool campaigns, we got a blog makeover, we were accepted into the BlogHer ad network, we did some guest posting, we started a YouTube Channel, a Scribd Account, we joined Google+, and most importantly of the social media … [Read more...]

Dual Heat-N-Bond {Cricut Cut} Onesie

One of my first post on Sew Woodsy was about cutting fabric with the cricut and using Heat-N-Bond to adhere the fabric to clothing. I got a new cartridge recently, and was working on some baby gifts and made my first ever layered heat-n-bond fabric project. I love how the additional color brings out the rest of the cut phrase and image.  If your interested in doing a dual-layered cut out using heat-n-bond you'll want to adhere the first layer onto the clothing, and once the surface has … [Read more...]

Cloth Snack Baggie

Last month, I featured a cloth snack baggie from Rhinestone Beagle. I was very intrigued by the use of fusible vinyl! I ran out to the store and bought a role, and used neutral "scraps" of fabric from my craft room to come up with an awesome reusable snack bag for myself! I followed Rhinestone Beagles tutorial. It is a well thought out and written tutorial. They did not miss a step, and I wasn't at all confused.  I want to let you know that there were multiple instances when I thought I was … [Read more...]

Craft Lunch: Fabric Rosettes

It had been a few months since our last craft lunch at work. Being that I've been super busy and traveled half the month of March, Sarah, from While They Snooze organized last month's craft lunch! She had been itching to make some fabric rosettes. Our goal for craft lunch is to always pick a craft that has very little pieces and parts, inexpensive, and can be typically completed within our hour lunch break. A majority of the time it involves hot glue. We have a co-worker (and very dear friend of … [Read more...]