Baby, Crafts, Eco Friendly, Kids, Summer

So Much Has Happened

Oh my gosh since last time I wrote I haven’t had a second to type anything out. I have officially moved into the new house we bought. And right after we moved literally two days my parents came up to visit. They were here to help unpack and spoiled us. They bought us furniture for the living room and outside deck and a barbecue. We had a great Fourth of July barbecuing steaks and hanging out as a family. It was a good week to have them here but I still hadn’t felt like I did anything to my house yet besides unpacking the essentials. We also got Adalynn a pool and she loved it! I swear she would be in it all day if we didn’t take her out of it.

That next week we were off to Vermont. My husband’s family owns a camp on the lake and we visit every year in July. It’s a great week with his parents, brother and sister-in-law and their kids too. And grandma came up mid week to visit. It was beautiful every day we were there I think it rained one day out of the seven.

We swam every day even all the kids got in the water. We went to the beach on the north end of the lake and they all played in the sand. This part of the lake is so weird you walk in and it gets deeper, then shallower then deeper again. It gets to your thighs then to your ankles then back up again. 🤷‍♀️ I think eventually it gets deeper, I only went so far but it was pretty entertaining to walk into.

Adalynn slept in a pack and play most the time we were there so we were able to just put her down for a nap so she was secure and we could go play in the water. Me and Tyler went out on a canoe which was amazing I’ve never done that before. Tylers brother told me it was a tippy boat, so I had no doubt I would tip over but we stayed in it we didn’t flip over once! Much to my surprise and anyone else’s as I tip out of a kayak everyone I get in ha ha ha. It was a lot of fun, it was cool having someone else with you paddling (vs a kayak). I also went out on a paddleboard I didn’t stand up on it but I sat on it and paddled up the lake a little bit and back. My brother-in-law got all three kids who are 5, 3 and 1 1/2 on the paddleboard with him and took them out in a couple circles it was really cute. All the kids had a lot of fun playing together I was glad they all got along.

Both plane rides were pretty easy, the first one was a redeye so Adalynn slept the whole way. The second one was in the middle of the day so she stayed awake and was all over the place but she had her own seat so it wasn’t so bad. I think we will try and get a redeye flight both ways next time. It is just easier if she sleeps the whole way.

But now we’re back home and I think I can officially get into unpacking more than just the essentials. I got a ton of laundry to do and put away, but it’s nice to be home.


Shambles and Perfection

My house is in shambles but my life is perfect. The shambles are boxes stacked everywhere! In the living room, in the dining room, and in the bedrooms. But on the other side of that I get to pack up my apartment to move into our very first house! As I’ve said before we’ve moved multiple times since me and Tyler been together. It has been five times in six years, which after looking back it is crazy, at the time it was a little adventurous to be onto the next place. Now I’m very excited though to have a house of our own to be able to make it our own and able to change things that we want to change. The best part will be having a stable place for our daughter. A girls dreams can come true.

As always I’m apologizing for not writing because I’ve been busy. Busy making sales, busy making new products, busy completing orders busy packing up the house, busy being a mom. All good busy things unfortunately that puts this blog to the wayside which I know it shouldn’t and I’m working harder to keep on track. I do want to share with my recent selling products. I have been making bibs. And it’s funny because these Bibs are not my style but people love them and I love them now that I’ve made quite a few. They are very functional I like how they work. The bibs are a Pull Over style and they are super cute, I picked out some really cute fabrics to work with it. And I’m glad to be able to do it obviously, I’m happy every day that I can make something for someone else it’s me being able to share my art. And I want to share that with you here’s my bibs I’ve been creating there’s a mix-and-match said there’s also an individual sets where you can pick what you would like and maybe I can bring some cute clean ups your way.

So even though my house is in shambles I’m still able to create and enjoy the happiness with my daughter and the love with my husband. I’m so thankful to have the life that I always dreamed of. And I am very excited to look forward to this next chapter in our lives.


Making Unpaper Towels

If you have never heard of an unpaper towel, it is a reusable towel that you can use just like a paper towels but with no waste!! ♻️ It is usually made with terry cloth and fleece or flannel. And made to fit paper towel holders to replace paper products. These are a great zero waste alternative to paper towels. Not to mention the money you save. 💰

Alright let’s get into it. First step is getting your fabric. I purchase 2 yards of each fabric (terry cloth and fleece). You can used recycled items like old towels and old flannel pajamas but as I make to sell, I buy new fabric. 🤩 2 yards is enough to make ten, 12×11 inch unpaper towels. Here I have two projects cut out because I like make things easy and get the most done at one time.

Now we need to cut the fabric into squares. I give myself a quarter of an inch for sewing edging (a little more in the edges). I measure and cut ten 12.5 inch squares out of the terry cloth and the fleece fabric. Once all is cut I start the pinning. In sewing there is never too much pinning. 📍📍📍📍📍 Pin the right side of the fleece to the right side of the terry cloth. I pin all the squares then get into the sewing. This helps the process go along more efficiently rather then pinning one square at a time.

Let’s begin sewing! Sew around the edge of the fabrics leaving yourself 1-2 inch gap unsewn to turn the fabric right side out. This is best to start in the middle of a side versus in a corner.

Also fun tip with the corners, if you trim them like shown and use a pen or stick to poke the corners out they are more defined.

After all the squares are sewn, turn right side out and pin where you left the hole. Sew 1/4 inch seam around the square. And you will sew a diagonal line from one corner to the other to help the towel keep its shape over time.

Our last step is adding the snaps. For this I use snap pliers, piercing tool, and plastic snaps. First you are going to create holes in the fabric for the snaps to fit in to.

After you pierce your fabric you can insert the snaps and use the pliers to secure the snap. I put 4 snaps on each towel so all the towels can be snapped together. You just need to remember to have the opposite snaps on each side so they can snap together.

Now the towels can be rolled and placed on a paper towel holder or they can stand on their own.

These are machine washable, I recommend having them all unsnapped while washing to prevent tangling.

You can also skip the last step (no snaps) and keep the towels folded in a drawer or a basket on the counter. They are great to use in a variety of ways around your house.

What eco friendly or reusable project have you created? What other paper products have you been able to replace in your house? Thanks for joining me and have a CreativeDay.

Crafts, Eco Friendly, Handmade, Kids

Reusable Snack Bags

Reusable snack bags are my newest and best selling product. I love these, they are eco friendly and save you lots of money. 💵

I’ve made these a couple different ways, with different types of fabric. Today I am going to show you how I make bags with a cotton outside and waterproof fabric inside. I can make two bags out of a fat quarter. For the inside I use ProCare Fabric, which I buy from a wonderful Etsy shop Laminates. (She delivers quickly and has a great selection of fabrics) The ProCare fabric is food safe and makes the bags waterproof on the inside.


  • Cotton Fabric
  • ProCare Fabric
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Velcro
  • Sewing Machine
  • Clips

I began by cutting each fabric into two 8 inch squares.

After cutting, match the wrong side of the cotton fabric to the rough side of the ProCare Fabric and fold over the top. You will place the Velcro here and use a clip to hold in place.

*You cannot use pins*

Now we can start sewing. Sew on the edge of the Velcro. When you are doing the top side go across the length of the fabric so the edge is completed.

Match the cotton fabric right sides together and clip to began sewing the bag edges.

When sewing with this fabric you will want to start out slow, it bunches very easily. Try to hold as taut as possible while sewing. Sew the three edges and we have completed the bag. 👏

What are your eco friendly projects? Would you use different fabrics? Or maybe a different closure? Let me know what you think. I hope you have a creative day ☀️