Monday, August 23, 2010


((fabric wrapped tin cans))

i was looking through old pictures and found this project that i promised a tutorial for. it never happened.


i need to make a list of tutorials and blog posts that i wanted to do, but forgot about. 

i think i'm the queen of lists and today, my to-do list is a mile long ((or should it be a kilometer since i'm on the other side of the world now?))

so, tell me....
((what's on your agenda today?))



  1. i love lists too-- they keep me motivated! today's list includes: reviewing applications for student employees i'm looking to hire, sending reminder emails about staff training & schedules, and lots of other loose ends before students return next week! personally, i plan to getting my car inspected and plan our dinners for the week (something i usually do on sundays)

  2. those are really cute Kim!! Lots of photo editing on my agenda for today, and for my week as well!

  3. Oh gooodness- i have a tutorial from months ago that I've never posted yet! :)

  4. these are so cute! I love the paisley print!


  5. I have so much to do today that I don't think a list would suffice. I think just straight up momentum is going to be the name of the game today, since I'm going to start cleaning our utility room, which has been kind of a catch-all room for six months now.

    Those tin cans are pretty sweet looking.

  6. Yes I am a list person too, but I lose them all over the place:-) Your blog is super cute, and I can't wait for your tutorials!!!

  7. What a cute way to dress up something instead of tossing it in the recycle bin!

    I think this is somehow the first time I've visited your blog but I'm sure Melanie of Above All Fabric has mentioned you before. If you move to Boulder we'll be almost neighbors! :)

    Thanks for commenting on my little skirt tutorial and shirt applique!

  8. you know what?? i haven't sewn in FOREVER, foreals!! how am i going to start up my etsy shop if i don't bust out the ole sewing machine?? :( love those cute fabrics you used for your tin cans, and your tutorials are fabulous! :) can't wait to see them!


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