fabric destash + mod podge giveaway

Happy Monday, Lovelies! A couple of weeks ago, I decided that it was time for my craft room to undergo some much-needed organization. Never mind that we are also in the middle of a kitchen redo. And, as things often do, it snowballed from a lets-add-some-better-storage makeover to a while-we’re-at-it-let’s-also-fix-the-lighting/paint/closet/workspace makeover. So, yeah, it’s been a bit busy around here:) I’ll share pictures soon, but, in the meantime let’s have a giveaway!

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I sorted and purged my fabric stash, and saved the best pieces for one of you! Here are some better shots…

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Almost all of it is designer fabric, and most cuts are well over a quarter of a yard. In short, it’s a lot of fabric. Don’t sew? We don’t want you to feel left out! I’m also throwing in some Mod Podge Gloss (my favorite formula), so you can be crafty even without a sewing machine.

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30 fabric scrap tutorials

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 Hello, friends! Today, I’m sharing with you lots of fun and creative ways to use something most of have lying around our crafting spaces-fabric scraps! Fabric scraps are so versatile-think twice before tossing them after your next fabric project!

party and home decor

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cupcake flag toppers from whip up

scrap map from sew kate sew

fabric scrap wreath from linda made

easy knotted garland from burlap+blue

fall pillow at cluck cluck sew

coasters from the sometimes crafter

fabric flower collage from hey now, whoa now

conversation love hearts from red bird crafts

wire wrapped “hello” from a cuppa and a catch up

fabric garden markers from design sponge

decorative thumbtacks from how about orange

accessories and gift ideas

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no-sew flowers from made

fabric mini-purse from thimbleanna

scrap flower necklaces from smaller

flower hairpins from craftstylish

pincushion from bhg

pop garden flower tutorial from heather bailey

diy bobby pins from just call me chris

mug rug from stitches and scissors

burp cloths from piece n quilt

coin purse from the purl bee

patchwork kindle case from the sometimes crafter

gift tags from creature comforts

fabric headbands from button bird designs

pleated headbands from craftiness is not optional

ticker tape clutch at living with punks

embellished gift bags at miss lovie

beaded bracelet at simple simon & co

scrap skirt at living with punks

matching game at prudent baby

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fabric-wrapped photo display {a tutorial}

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Happy Monday! Just a quick Baby Girl update-I am out of the hospital and currently on at-home bedrest. This is obviously lots of fun for my husband, who adores catering to my every whim:) We are thankful, though, that I can be at home and thankful for every additional week that Baby can cook! I’ll be at 33 weeks on Thursday.

Anyway, wanted to share with you all one of my favorite parts of the new nursery, this fabric and yarn canvas photo display! I didn’t take in-progress pictures, but the how-to is quick, and this is a great, no-sew way to bring in some fun fabric to any room of your choosing. Fabrics are such an inexpensive, easy way to add color and pattern to a room, and, as I used an 8×10 canvas for this project, you don’t need very much.

So, all I did was to take an 8×10 canvas, stretched fabric over it (I used this fabric), and hot glued it in place to the back of the canvas. I then hot glued an end of yarn to the back, wrapped it around the canvas 6 times, and hot glued the other end to the back. Lastly, just slip a photo into place!

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Notice the fun built-ins my husband and his father built?? Can’t wait to share more of this nursery with you all.  That initial art is a free printable (yes, you can even choose your colors!!)

Have a great day!!

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