Cow Cake Tutorial using Marshmallow Fondant
I made an adorable Cow Cake a while back and posted about it here on the blog. (just a couple pictures) So today I wanted to share a little ‘how-to’ make your own Cow Cake! Isn’t it just adorable… (This post contains affiliate links) I can’t take all the credit for this one, my sister helped me create it. She is the best! Here’s what you’ll need for this cow cake… Supplies: Cake mix of your choice, enough cake pans – 10, 8, and 6 inch round, and small circular ramekin dish(for feet) regular frosting, like vanilla or buttercream marshmallow fondant – I used THIS recipe Gel Food coloring – pink, black, Liquid…
Wedding Timeline Chalkboard Sign – DIY Wedding Series
Wedding season is just around the corner (although I was married in December..hehe). Today I am excited to start a new series here on the blog… a DIY Wedding Series where I will be sharing some DIY wedding accessory projects. Including a Wedding Chalkboard Timeline Sign, Wedding Invitations, a Mirrored Cake Stand, a simple DIY Bridal Bouquet and other Flowers, simple Party Favors and a Ring Bearer Pillow. I know weddings can become very expensive very quickly so I wanted to give you a couple of fun ideas for things you can create yourself and help you save on your wedding budget. So today I’m showing you this adorable ‘Wedding Timeline Chalkboard…
Boutique Style Baby Burp Cloth Tutorial!
Now listed in my Etsy Shop!! Boutique style baby burp cloth tutorials…3 adorable styles!! I came up with this ruffled ribbon burp cloth, perfect for any trendy mama and baby! To view more please visit my blog!
- Baby Shower Ideas, Crafts, Gift Ideas, homemade children's clothing, kids craft, Refashioned Clothing, Young Women Ideas
Saw this awesome idea to paint a necklace on my little girls t-shirt. You can find the tutorial HERE… and I just had to make one for my little Samantha. It is really easy to make and you can add a little fabric flower to embellish it even more! Easy to do and very cute. The only advice I would give is to put more paint than you think on each dot. The more paint the puffier the dot after you steam it. The fabric paint is called “Velveteen” written up on the top edge of the bottle of fabric paint found at the craft store. It was intermixed with all the other…
Baby Snuggler and Tinkerbell Costume in Progress..
Baby Snuggler… Saw this pattern and just had to make one for the one on the way! Just need to add the velcro. Tinkerbell Costume… My daughter Sam wants a Tinkerbell party for her 5th birthday in Nov. Our Baby is due in Oct. So I am getting a head start, and hoping she will want to wear her tinkerbell (pink) costume for Halloween as well. It is a work in progress and the pattern was very difficult to figure out but putting it together hasn’t been too bad. (by the way this is a Simplicity pattern you can find at JoAnns) To view more please visit my blog!
Baby Shower for Isaac
I threw a baby shower last weekend for my girlfriend who had just had a baby boy Isaac. Here is the diaper cake I made…inspired by this shower I saw Brunch…food table (cinnamon rolls, strawberries, sticky buns orange juice) The blue/orange/green cupcake! The pom-poms hanging from the ceiling… The Fish… One of the game prizes….I modge podged some cute paper onto a journal (front and back) and pasted a label on…too cute! Baby Match Game! (poster board/words printed and glued on/numbered sticky notes over each word) It’s just like memory. Match the baby words and get the candy prize. For example “Non-lactating Breasts” you win Milk Duds candy, “contractions” you…
Tissue Flower Centerpieces!
I am busy at work with our upcoming stake enrichment/ women’s conference. We are doing a day of service projects and classes. The only thing we need centerpieces for are the food tables. Here are the 2 I have completed so far, I got this idea HERE…so cute * I used the bigger peat pots, so I didn’t stack them. Just used a little paint and some ribbon:) To view more please visit my blog!
Boy Shoes and a Tie Appliqued Onesie
Another Pair of Baby Boy Shoes! Here is what you will need to do an applique. Fusible Web (JoAnn’s has it in the pack-pictured below). Some cute fabric and a onesie. In the middle you will see the tie cut out of the fusible web. You attach it to the fabric and the onesie and then Iron (it fuses on both sides, its like double sided interfacing). Then stitch around the edge. Turned out so cute!! And it is so fast and easy. To view more please visit my blog!
Baby Shower Cake!
Yes another Baby shower. This time for 3 gals in our ward. This is the cake I made for the shower, visit the Fondant 101 site and learn how to make this marshmellow frosting that is fun to decorate with. Food Table… To view more please visit my blog!
More Baby Shoes!
I helped put on a triple baby shower (3 gals all having girls) and here are the shoes I made for their little ones! To view more please visit my blog!