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Design + downloads / Tuesday, 5 Jan 2016

January desktop wallpaper calendar

January desktop wallpaper

A new year and a new month means it’s time for a new desktop wallpaper! I love this one that contributor, Monica, made for January. Isn’t it so pretty? I immediately put it to my desktop and iphone. Download it yourself below!
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Design + downloads / Monday, 7 Dec 2015

December desktop calendar download

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We’re a bit late in getting this December desktop and iphone wallpapers, but you can never be too late in telling the time, right? This cute December wallpaper is available for your iphone 5 or 6 and as a desktop wallpaper.

Download desktop wallpaper here  |  Download iPhone 5 wallpaper here  |  Download iPhone 6 wallpaper here 

by contributor Monica Lynch

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collaborations + Crafts + DIY + downloads + Projects + sewing + summer + templates / Monday, 30 Jun 2014

Hand embroidered Peter Pan collar & Craftsy giveaway

When I was a little girl my grandmother taught me to embroider. I embroidered everything: pillows with pictures of tennis racquets and musical recorders (my hobbies at the time), flowers (of course) on sewn drawstring bags. I even remember turning in a math class assignment with embroidered pansies on a paper plate. Who knows why and how that was an acceptable math assignment….
It’s been awhile since I’ve placed a needle to form a flower and I’ve lost many of the techniques so when I had the opportunity to take some classes on Craftsy I was excited to re-learn the process. Together with my intern Kelly Curtis, I took Design it, Stitch it: HandEmbroidery with Jessica Marquez and today I’m giving away an entry to this class (enter here).
Jessica’s class was great because she clearly went over 25 rather new-to-me stitches showing each step of the way. Kelly mentioned that the French knot had always escaped her but she is now confident thanks to Jessica’s clear instruction. Score!
What you’ll go over:
  •  7 different flat stitches with design inspirations
  •  looped stitches     
  •  knotted stitches (like the infamous French knot!)
  • Crossed stitches
  • Fill stitches
  • Embroidering on knits
  • And how to create your own patterns, (which we did below)
And what’s great about Craftsy is that you can go at your own pace, bookmark key parts of the videos, and get a full refund if you’re not satisfied. Score again!
Kelly and I worked on creating a project based on the class and we came up with this floral Peter Pan collar that would be adorable to add to a dress or blouse. Don’t you think?! Continue reading below to create one for yourself with the full tutorial and free template download.
To enter the Craftsy class giveaway, click on this link and register with your email address or Facebook login info. The giveaway will end one week from today. Good luck!
 
assisting crafting by Kelly Curtis
styling by Brittany Jepsen
template design by Ashley Isenhour
Click below for full tutorial!

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DIY + downloads + Projects / Friday, 16 Aug 2013

Back to school stickers

Apparently it’s that time of year. SHUDDER. Though I refuse to acknowledge anything besides spring and summer, my friends with kids on Facebook are telling me that it’s back-to-school time. It’s also about time that Michele Brummer-Everett came back with one of her awesome projects. Remember the St. Patrick’s popper and Oscar ribbon pins? She’s the best. She was showing me some of her work last week and I practically begged her to do something for Lars. She might be the most gracious person I know (and I might be the most shameless–our friendship works well) and kindly obliged. She came up with these little scholastic illustrations that you can print off and use as stickers. Aren’t they adorable? 
Download the illustrations here.

Also, Michele has a brand new website and it’s so so so beautiful. I mean look at that cover image! Plus, she does adorable textile design. Just check out the whole site, would ya? 
photography by Daniel Everett 
download the stickers here

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