A little peek into my Etsy shop revival

I’m super excited to officially announce my Etsy shop is back up and running!

Etsy love banner

Banner of Love | Hanging Wall Sign

Etsy Hoop

You’re not a Wallflower | Cheery Felt Flower Hoop

Etsy Critter Ears Set

Critter Ears Hair Clip Set

I’ve posted a few items so far and will be adding more as soon as I can finish all the other projects I’ve started. If I can just figure out how to keep my kitchen table/work space clear of the daily Lego explosion that happens any time I turn my back!

Making pretties…

Here is a little of what I’ve been up to lately. I have been cutting and sewing like a mad woman in preparation for a craft show, only to find that a friend’s wedding is on the exact same day. Whoops!

I’ll be getting around to posting more and more of the new things I’ve made in my shop, so keep an eye out…

Pretty White BloomMini White Posy Hair PinsPosy Ring | Felt Rosettes

The rosettes are absolutely adorable on toddler heads, fyi. Maddie has a collection. :)

Tutorial: Felt Rosettes

I am in love with these sweet little things. They are the most simple craft I’ve ever made and cost next to nothing (I think a sheet of felt at Michael’s is about 30 cents), but the finished product has such a big impact.

So easy, even little kids and cavemen can do it.

Supplies

  • Craft felt
  • Scissors
  • Glue (craft or hot glue or whatever you have laying around the house)

Cut smallish squares out of felt (smallish? do you love my precise instructions?)

They fit in the palm of my hand. Is that a better illustration?

This is just to give you an idea of how to cut your felt… you don’t have to literally draw a swirly circle pattern thing on each square. Oh yeah, now cut the felt.

After you cut out the swirly circle pattern thing, take the outside end of your felt circle (it’ll make sense once you’re there) and start rolling it up toward the center. You’re going to do this sort of like how you roll a sleeping bag. If you have never rolled a sleeping bag, you’re just out of luck because I can’t come up with anything better to describe this process. Also, you’re missing out on some joyous times because camping is fun. I’m sorry.

Once you’re finished rolling the felt, dab a little glue to the remaining end and secure it to the bottom of the rosette. This step makes me happy each time I do it because the end of the felt fits perfectly at the bottom of the rosette. Again, you’ll see what I’m talking about when you get there. It’s magical and my OCD appreciates this.

Some more swirly scrappy circle things ready to be rolled like a sleeping bag and magically glued into rosettes. Man, I need to start writing poetry. These things just come to me.

(Hi, I’m corny.)

But really, these rosettes are versatile and can be glued into a little bundle on top of an alligator clip…

Or used as adorable little gift toppers…

Enjoy. :)

Shop Update: The New Ladies

I am so thrilled to share a new series of hair clips I added to my little Etsy store. The good Lord knows it’s been far too long since I’ve updated it!

Please allow me to introduce the new girls in the shop…

Pearl, Scarlet, and Petunia.

Pearl Hair Pin

Pearl {available here}

Scarlet Hair Pin

Scarlet {available here}

Petunia Hair Pin

Petunia {available here}