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January 08, 2009

Things you can make

More project instructions:

Magazine file boxes at Apartment Therapy (above)
Bulletin board with shutters from Craftynest
Herb garden markers at Reese Dixon
Flower hair pins at CraftStylish
Roman blinds by Jen Duncan
Printing on fabric using your computer by Hanna Sandvig
Daffodil napkin rings at Good Housekeeping
Chicago skyline notecards by Merriment Design
Apple pin cushion at Living Creatively
Newspaper bunting by Maya Made

(Image from apartmenttherapy.com)

24 comments:

Maluhia said...

thanks for the links! i just got in 2 bolts of your fabric and will be using them to redo my kitchen. i am replacing the current roman blinds and was going to look for instructions online and you just save me some time! thanks! love your fabrics!

Tiff said...

Cute projects! Thanks for sharing the links!

Grandma G said...

You know you shouldn't have posted a bunch of things for me to look at when I'm supposed to be sewing new things for the shop! ;-) I do like those roman blinds, though. I'll have to save that tutorial for future reference.

Mum

Jess said...

Hey. I didn't make you sit down in front of your computer.

Grandma G said...

No, you didn't. But I... um... had to check email and see if you had any further 'orders' for me. And of course I'm a loyal fan of your blog, so I had to check and see if you had a new post... and then one thing just sorta led to another. You know how it goes, right??? ;-\

But I'm done now.

rosa said...

Hey, those are great!

Dear Mrs Jess's Mum, i know what you mean, i was supposed to be researching for a paper and... well, i'm researching something else.

Happy new year everybody!

Grandma G said...

See, Jess? I'm not the only one! Just think, if everybody was busy doing what they were SUPPOSED to be doing, there'd probably be nobody here enjoying all the things you put on your blog, and where would that leave you? ;-)

Oops! It looks like I'm here again. But I'm not, really. Just passing by... very quickly......

Marcie said...

Great links! I am really excited about the Roman shades!

We are Ben and Rebecca said...

Thanks, I've been looking for something for my windows.

Liz said...

My favorite are the shutters, thanks for the fabulous info!

Thrilled by the Thought said...

You find the best projects!

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

Thanks for the great links!

Pink Maple said...

I love these posts, thanks for sharing them. My friend and I are gearing up for a winter crafting day and these will provide good ideas.

TranquilityKnots said...

Love these tutorials you share with us often. This time, my favorite is the roman shade. I will probably make some for the bedrooms. Thanks.

oh, and Your it! You've been tagged =)

http://sallyzblog.blogspot.com/2009/01/i-got-tagged.html

Bethany at Emmy Lu said...

Completely inspiring! It's time for me to get busy... :)

Lisa said...

Thanks for all the links. They are great!

Hanna said...

thanks for linking me! :)

Mindy said...

As an Crafts Editor and a Chicagoan, I love the magazine boxes and the Chicago skyline notecards. Thanks!

mayaluna said...

Jessica,
I love ALL of your tutorial links and can't tell you how often I've gotten lost looking through them. How fun to see I've been included this week! Thanks so much! Happy Weekend to you!

If Mama Ain't Happy! said...

Yes thank you for the great links!! I too have lost an afternoon browsing through them, but oh well, I now have cute projects to get started on. LOL Thank you!

Heidi said...

Aaahh! Thank you so much for the roman blind link! Woo hoo!

dig this chick said...

Those are all wonderful resources! Thanks.

Ariel said...

Great products, I have my own blog www.homesweethomeblog.com I would love to add you to my blog roll and hope you will do the same - let me know your thoughts. I am also part of www.ShesConnected.com you should check it out and add your profile, it's a great way to promote your business and blog.

I look forward to connecting with you and continuing to read your blog.

Best,
Ariel
Homesweethomeblog@gmail.com

Adele said...

ooh thanks for the links. I especially like the magazine files idea. Fun!

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