It's finally starting to actually feel like spring around these parts (thank goodness). The snow has melted, the days are warmer, and the trees are starting to bud. I even saw some dandelions today! To celebrate the end of the winter doldrums, my toddler and I made this fun flower wreath for our door. It's a cute, simple craft that's basically free, since it's made from things that were just going into the dumpster anyway. What's not to love?
Do you remember the Eggster Bunny I designed last year? Well, now he's got a friend. Meet the Eggster Chick! Just like the bunny, this pattern is quick, easy, and a great stash buster. It's perfect for a last-minute addition to an Easter basket.
From start to finish, this pattern has definitely been in the works the longest. I designed it while on vacation this last summer, but then with the unexpected surprise delivery and out-of-state NICU craziness (not recommended, by the way), followed by the general craziness that is having a newborn and a toddler, it kind of got delayed...but it's finally done! And thanks to you all, he even has a name now. Meet Milo the Brontosaurus!
Maybe it's just me, but I am SO done with winter already. I mean, I guess it's technically spring now, but that snow on the ground and the miserable weather (I'm looking at you, freezing death wind) are pretty hard to ignore. To cheer myself up a bit, I decided to just pretend that it's nice out and whip up these fun summery bags! Whether you're California dreamin' like me, or you actually have nice weather right now (you lucky duck, you), you'll definitely want to make one of these shark bags your next project.
Hello and thank you for stopping by to visit my own personal corner of the web. Feel free to take a look around and check out what I've been crafting, crocheting, or cooking up. Hopefully you'll find something to inspire your own creativity!