DIY Sewing Projects

Today is the last day to purchased the super awesome Ultimate DIY Bundle. I’m so glad I bought mine on the first day because I’ve had lots of time to go through the resources in it and make some great projects.

Sewing the Sleep Over Tote

Sewing the Sleep Over Tote

The Sleep Over Tote

The Sleep Over Tote

This is the super cute, easy to make, and extra functional Sleep Over Tote from the bundle. I made this for my little guy using some great fabric I’ve been saving for just the right project. He loves it and is excited about having a sleep over, one day. 😉

Lucky Elephant - yellow side

Lucky Elephant – yellow side

Lucky Elephant - blue side

Lucky Elephant – blue side

I also whipped up this Lucky Elephant as a gift for a friend with a toddler. I love its vintage look, and it took me less than an afternoon to sew it up.

I’ve also taken advantage of several of the ecourses included in the bundle. I’m super excited about the daily writing prompts I’m getting from the 30 Days of Prompts ecourse, and hopefully the Photography 101 course help me take better pictures. And, of course, there is the free Craftsy class! I signed up for Essential Techniques Every Knitter Should Know. Sally Melville is super knowledgeable, and I feel like I’ve learned so much. I paid $34.95, and I’ve already gotten more than $100 worth of value out of it. And there is so much more to explore! I can’t wait to try making miniature breakfast food with Sculpy, and my little guy really wants to work through the chalk pastels books.

The bundle is only available until midnight Eastern tonight, so if you’d like to get your own make sure you do it today! And be sure to let me know what you made from it. I can’t wait to hear from you!

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2 Responses to DIY Sewing Projects

  1. Kate says:

    Beautiful sewing, Heather 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying your crafty bundle. Have fun with the rest of your projects. Funny, my daughter just made some miniature food with Sculpy clay last night! But she used a doll’s house details book.

  2. Linda says:

    Cute projects Heather. I love the bag.