January 13, 2011

She’s Crafty!

Devon recently posted how she made the Pom Pom Necklace that was featured on this blog.  I read how easy and simple it was, so I decided to try too!

It turns out it was super easy!  I only needed $6.75 of supplies, that I got a Wal-Mart, and made this necklace!  I haven’t worn it yet, but I look forward to dressing up a t-shirt or something with it.


Beware of the hot glue gun though!  Three of my finger tips have no feeling right now!

The necklace turned out so cute, that I decided to use the felt scraps I had from the necklace to make the headbands also featured on the blog.  I had some scrap fabric laying around so I used whatever I had.  I picked up some plain black headbands and put it all together!  Cute, huh?


I can see myself making baby sized headbands for Taylor soon!


My niece's birthday is coming up in 2 weeks, so I am going to send a few to her with her gift.  I hope she’ll wear them!  If not, she can share with her sisters and Mom :)




  1. cute, cute, cute!!! TFS!!! (thanks for sharing)

  2. Too cute. Going to have to try some myself. Thanks for sharing. :)

  3. Super cute! I'm going to try to make one myself now;)

  4. ohhhhhhhhh so cute!!! i got to see dev's when we went to dinner on sunday. it was so cute in person and i just know yours is, too! makes me want to break out my hot glue gun. :-)

  5. These are beautiful!!!
    I LOVE the fabrics you chose, and you also take amazing pictures! Thanks for linking to Little Miss Momma ;)

  6. Those are cute. Don't be surprised if C and A borrow them from H! Although H has started being a bit more girly with her hair. there is hope for my tomboy.

  7. Your baby girl is going to be so stylin' in those things!

  8. there really cute!! what a neat idea! thanxs for sharing!!


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