Folk Art, papier mache dolls from the 1700's and 1800's are fascinating to me. I love the forgiveness of the process. The paperclay as well as the painting of the doll head can be reworked, changed, redone over and over again. If you are interested in the process of this wonderful art here is a list of resources.
Nothing's sweeter than preparing for a new little one's arrival. Including older children in the preparation and celebration makes it extra fun! Mama's Doodles has this simple idea that's super easy for kids. All you need is fine grit sandpaper, crayons and a baby T-shirt.
When I cook, clean and create I am super messy! I love to wear an apron. After visiting my local fabric store and seeing the price of an apron pattern I decided - I'd have a look online.
Well, here's a few from Sew 4 Home, completely free and just for you!
Just click on the link below each pattern.