DIY

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I was so excited to test the new Iron-On Transfer Material available from Brother for your ScanNCut Machine!  There are a variety of thicknesses and textures — from a thin film to a thick flock and glitter and hologram in between.   The film is my favorite — it’s actually what I used to make […]

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how to make memory coasters

by kacia on 21 Aug ’14 · 1 comment

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Welp.  You guessed it: another favorite project and tutorial!  I love finding ways to use all the photos I take — I am constantly emptying my iPhone to make room for more photos, but I hate not using them for something fun!   After picking up some fake leather and clear vinyl at the local craft […]

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pinata reveal cake! // DIY

by kacia on 14 Aug ’14 · 7 comments

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Remember when we found out this growing baby-bump was a boy?  Shock.  Complete.  Shock. Yes….I’m still shocked!  So excited and so shocked.  It was so fun when I asked Jacquie if she’d make the cake for us — especially when she decided to find out at 20 weeks…but not at the ultrasound like they typically […]

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make: facial toner

by kacia on 11 Aug ’14 · 2 comments

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This post is my second “Make or Buy” post — I wasn’t planning on two “make” posts in a row, but with all the traveling and roadtrips we’ve been taking lately, the eye makeup remover and this facial toner as always some of the first items packed! After I had Harlow, I started looking into […]

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Uftdah.  This post has been a longtime coming — and I’ve been promising it for a while now.  Sorry!  I’ve shared a quick overview of how I modified my Cargo Duffle (a free pattern by Anna of Noodlehead for Robert Kaufman fabrics).   One of the ways I changed my bag was completely removing the […]

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