Month: March 2012

DIY Resurrection Applique Hoop

I gave up Pinterest for Lent…but every Sunday evening I allow myself to peek at it.  (I have a serious addiction).  This Sunday I stumbled upon this adorable little project at Sew Mama Sew. I am really into felt right now, and the projects just screams Spring to me…but what is Spring without Easter?  So, …

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Friday Project: DIY Peanut Butter and Nutella

As I mentioned yesterday, we recently celebrated my husband’s birthday.  I love my husband very much, and as we get further and further into this marriage, I feel like I am getting to know him pretty well.  And something I know for certain: he is a huge foodie, and he loves peanut butter, jelly, jam, …

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Friday Project: Braided T-Shirt Rag Rug

One of my favorite things to do while crating is to upcycle.  Therefore, this craft, Braided T-Shirt Rag Rug, is a personal favorite.  It is super easy–and who doesn’t have extra t-shirt laying around?   And plus, making it fit into my Lenten goals. Among other things, I decided to give up buying craft supplies …

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St. Patrick’s Day for Mom and baby boy

St. Patrick’s day has always been a big deal around our house.  My God-mother, who died of cancer when I was 5, was born on St. Patrick’s day, so as a way of honoring and remembering her, we always dressed up and ate all sorts of green food, even though we aren’t even the tiniest …

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Friday Project: Simple Lenten Rosary Case

My Lenten resolutions usually involve the rosary in some way.  Like all things in my faith life, the rosary is something that brings with it such rich blessings if it is part of my daily life…and yet I struggle to pray a rosary every day.  Unfortunately, my daily rosary has suffered since I stopped working …

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Photo Transfer: Remembering a Beautiful Wedding

For those of us (Maria and myself included) who didn’t waste any time starting a family after getting married, the wedding itself can quickly start to seem far, far away.  I was just married in August of 2010, but since our first child came amount exactly 9 months later, the wedding already feels like a …

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