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“Little Fixes” to Extend the Life of Your Kids’ Clothing

It happens every season, going through the kids’ closets and putting them into piles of “keep” and “donate”.  We are lucky enough to get hand-me-downs from the girls’ cousins which helps us save money big time every year.  While this is always a blessing for us, sometimes there are clothes that have been passed down…

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Some posts may include affiliate links. Thank you for supporting Sweet Charli!
Some posts may include affiliate links. Thank you for supporting Sweet Charli!
Some posts may include affiliate links. Thank you for supporting Sweet Charli!

Sunday Bag Re-Fashion

I honestly have been wanting to do this forever.  My Sunday tote bag was hideous!!  But after this re-fashion, I feel much better about it! All’s you need is: Two different fabrics Reusable bag Sewing machine  I forgot to take a few pictures, but I cut 5 total strips of fabric measuring 8″ width on…

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Mother’s Day DIY Gift #1

So this week I am posting some Mother’s Day DIY Gift ideas. So be checkin’ back daily! Here is one from Julie @ Singing Three Little Birds: Oh those fabric flowers! I am so addicted! A fabric flower broach is a great idea to give a mother of any age Looking for another way to…

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All you non-sewers… & { Linky Party }

All you non-sewers out there…There’s a way you can make your own corsage wristlet, too! Here’s what you need: Ribbon (any kind)1/2 in. silk/satin polyester ribbon (must be a polyester)VelcroLighterHot glueAny kind of flower or broach for embellishment On both ends, you first need to put glue about 1/2 inch down on the full edge…

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