I love this pattern but I need to alter the neckline to make it wearable for everyday. Modesty panel? Cross the front pieces? Raise the V? What’s the best way to do this?
3 155 hours ago
Aren't these cute! I have had these stamps for quite a while and hadn't used them yet so I used them for these adorable cards tha that I thought would be perfect to give someone on Valentine's Day!
The only question now is do I leave them black and white or go with colour? I personally love them black and white! What do you think?
Made a quick little card when I came home instead of buying one.
Instead of an envelope the card nestles inside a Kraft bag, I used the same paper to cover that and finished it off with twine.
I love anything handmade, it comes from the heart. Every chance I get to use my creativity, I'm all in.
My goal this year is to write letters to the people in my life, it's more memorable and something they will hold on to for years to come. I've made that promise before and never did it, making time is important.
The flaws of being a night time workout person are that you see every win else’s videos before you try it. Today I saw lots of videos about how hard it was- heck even @shaunt said it was the hardest one... so I already set myself up for failure before even pressing play.
Swipe to see the move in particular that I was dreading- I just knew I could never do that... but for some crazy reason, I decided to give it a try. I refuse to let my self limiting doubt win! I realize I have form to work on, but I did it for a few seconds- that is a few seconds more than I thought I could do!!! And now is the point where I should leave you with some words of wisdom, but it’s been done SOOOOO many times before... • don’t knock it till ya try it • • you are stronger than you think • • try before you modify •
And the list could go on and on... so if there are that many sayings about trying hard things even if we don’t thing we can, then obviously it’s a lesson we need- I know I do!!!
4 2610 hours ago
My sweet Maddie is working on her “KY” themed float. She will not let me do any of it. Hahaha! And of course she is making a lot of her things from clay. Here is a squirrel and a tulip tree! #craftygirl#artist#9yearsold#clay
Turns out this macramé crescent moon design of mine is not only a personal favorite, but a favorite of lots of y’all, too. I actually ran out of material because I’ve been making so many 🤩. THANK YOU everyone who has supported me already.
I sent these 2 to their new homes today & have more in the works. 100% hand crafted, down to the shape of the moon & the wire wrapped rainbow quartz crystals. Swipe 👉🏻 for details ✨
I will post an update when my shipment of material comes in & I have more up for grabs!
L: 26 “
W: 3 1/2 “
“Pride & Prejudice”
I made this chalkboard using a marbling technique with the following supplies:
Grayson Style Black Frame 9x12
Ardently Admire You
I think I’ve made it clear, a really enjoy creating with Chalk Couture☺️
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