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Sleek Fabric Wallet with Zippered Coin Pouch

Someone told me the other day that he believed money would soon become completely digital and we'd be trading electronic credits online. It's …


Car Diddy Bag - Free Sewing Tutorial

Keep everything you need handy - and organized - in the car with this sweet little bag! Mine holds my phone (and the cords, lol), a couple pens, and …


Make it Coats

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You will love these yummy 3 Ingredient Cheesecake Balls and we’ve included a quick video tutorial to show you how. They are no bake and easy to make, …


Vinyl & Ribbon Pouches - Ribbon Blog Tour

Today is my turn on the Bonnie Christine Ribbon Blog Tour. I am honored to be a part of the blog tour that celebrates the launch of Bonnie …

See-Through, Zippered Pouches with Renaissance Ribbon Accents

Not only are the ribbons from Renaissance Ribbons beautiful to look at, they are also lovely to work with. Their Jacquard ribbons are precisely woven …

ScrapBusters: Clip on or Slip on Belt Pouch

There are so many times you need two hands free (<i>Look Ma... No hands!</i>), and this clever little organizer is a great solution. It can slip on a belt …

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How to Make DIY Hand Warmers to Warm Up Your Little Paws

Measure and cut out a square to your desired size. We made our hand warmers ranging from five inches to two inches for different sized hands. Sew around three sides of the square.<p>Turn the squares right side out. These are so quick and easy to make, we suggest making a bunch in different patterns …


DIY Wrist Comfort Cuff | Hearth & Vine

I spend most of my days working at a desk on a laptop. I’m sure many of you can relate. My current desk is made out of a door and kitchen cabinets. …

How to Make a DIY Running Belt for Stashing Your Phone

Grab your jersey fabric and cut out a 12 x 12-inch square. When choosing your fabric, go with a heavier weight.<p>Fold opposite ends of the fabric to meet at the center and then fold them back an inch to create a clean hem. Don’t worry about it being directly in the center — since it’s a loop, you can …