Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Shabby chic caravan

WOW..... I've stumbled across this blog, Home Sweet Motorhome and I can't stop looking at this great camper van makeover. You must check all the other great pictures this couple has.
All details are so sweetly arranged, relaxing and homely feeling is what emerges. Don't you think?


Good Night everybody and sweet dreams.... off to do some shabby chic crafts!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Baptism favor boxes

Dear all, 
sorry if I didn't update my crafting life but I was busy with customized orders for purse holders and I was asked to create some baptism favors for 48 guests.
The theme was ladybird but for a boy. I thought about several ideas but in the end I went for this one. What do you think?

The inside contains a little card with a cute ladybird boy and the name and date of birth of the baby and a lime green little bag with sweets...what we call confetti in Italian! I love them! The mother chose white chocolate coating with almond and fruit flavor inside.

The ladybird in the middle is a magnet for the parents to keep

Nice key holder with at the back the child's name

I can customize favors boxes in any way you like. If interested please email me here for a quote. 

I'll post some more crafts later in the week. I have so much to do before the exhibition,: prepare the kits, sew some pouches, purse hanger, ponytail holders.... I'll be also teaching some craft classes for Etsy during Abilmente (October 2011) in Vicenza and my little boy started kindy this week and I was so excited for him. He's growing so fast! I love my little man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Good night everyone!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

How to make your own fabric labels - Sewers must have

Hi sewers from all over the blogosphere!

Here are 5 tutorials to help you to get you sewing projects to the next step... it just add the finishing and professional touch to your work. Fabric labels are important for brand recognition and often the only way to identify who made the product. 
So make your own labels and start selling your products:
DIY fabric labels by Allison Hill using an ink-jet printer and printable fabric roll.

 Washable Label Tutorial by Sew Take A Hike using printable fabric with tips for making labels colorfast and washable. 
Label tutorial using a self-inking DIY stamp by Carina’s Craftblog.  Using your own stamp is a great way to print your logo on a variety of substrates.  You can have a stamp made with your logo or even your own handwriting at most office supply stores.  

Typewriter fabric labels by Make Something. If you have a typewriter this is definitely worth a try.

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Happy, happy, happy News!

Dear All,
I just wanted to share this great satisfaction with you!
I've been featured on Marie Claire Idées. I love this magazine. I woke up and found an email on my inbox with this great news so I had to share it with you.


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