Jaclyn walden
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DIY Unicorn Shirt made with vinyl and fabric spray paint!

DIY Unicorn Shirt made with vinyl and fabric spray paint!

FREE personalized name tracing sheet for preschool and kindergarten. Can be edited to include any child's name. Great for kids learning to write their name, as well as kids who need more handwriting practice.

FREE personalized name tracing sheet for preschool and kindergarten. Can be edited to include any child's name. Great for kids learning to write their name, as well as kids who need more handwriting practice.

Easy date slice - just melt and mix - all the flavours of sticky date in the form of bars / slice

Easy date slice - just melt and mix - all the flavours of sticky date in the form of bars / slice

As Riley is starting to grow out of the things I normally make (baby bibs, hats, crib shoes), I’ve been looking for something new to make for her. I stumbled upon a few skirt tutorials, and it turned out to be just what I was looking for. These skirts are super easy! You can whip …

As Riley is starting to grow out of the things I normally make (baby bibs, hats, crib shoes), I’ve been looking for something new to make for her. I stumbled upon a few skirt tutorials, and it turned out to be just what I was looking for.

How awesome is this?! Just spray paint around puzzle pieces and you get an autism awareness shirt

Lay down big puzzle pieces and spray paint over them. Wait until they dry to take the off. These would make beautiful autism awareness shirts. Autism Speaks is bad news bears for actual autistic people! Cool shirt though.

wonder if it would work with bleach reverse dying too. Would be great for a Color Run shirt!

Create a stencil with hot glue on wax paper (may need to soak it in water to get the glue off the paper). Lay the stencil on a shirt (or any other fabric), spray with Tulip fabric paint et voila!

A whole new meaning to pillow fight!!! I love this pillow shield. Maybe I need to make one for myself when they kids team up on me.

busily spinning momma: Just A Little Bit of Pillow Talk. - I made these for the boys for Christmas!