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~ My To-Do List ~

Here is my To-Do List of crafts, that I have found in Blogland, that I want to try.  Most of the links are tutorials, but some are just really neat things that need to be figured out or googled to find directions.  I figure by keeping track of the links here you can hunt through them and find stuff to add to your To-Do List too!  {You can thank me later, LOL!}
I am adding links to the top of the list.  So, the "freshest" ideas are at the top.  Once I complete a project I will add a link to the post with pictures of my stellar {or not so stellar} results!

Two Lane Quilt Block by Tiffany at LCMQuilt
Ruffle Pillow from Josephine
Coffee Pot Coaster at Red Heads Craft More Fun
Party Skirt at Creative Spaces
Christmas Stocking Pattern at BabyLock
Laptop Wrap from Living My Life on Purpose
The Abby Bag by V and Co.
Magazine Hanging Flowers from Zakka Life
Reversible Flower Pot Wrap at So September
20 Minute Skirt at Grosgrain Fabulous
Adding Ruffles to Children's Jeans over at From an Igloo
Personalized Cassarole Dish from Kaysi over at Keeping It Simple
Snowman Sanitizer from Living Life Crafty
Criss-Cross Coasters from AllSorts by Jenny
Epsom Salt Ornaments from Thrifty Parsonage Living
Denim Pocket Advent Calander from Seren-Zippity Doda (hoping to make this for Xmas)
Doormat Wall Art from Sprik
Drunkard's Path Tutorial from Peggi at Seams to Be You and Me
DIY Tray Table Ironing Board from The Craft Dept. (another idea link)
Felted Wool Dryer Balls from GoodMama
Domesticated Skirt Tutorial by Sabra from Sew A Straight Line
Reeses Quiches from  Lolly Jane Boutique
Colorful Quilt from PurlBee

Pantry Organizer from GetYourCrapTogether (I think we can all appreciate that blog title, LOL)
Fall Garland from Keep Home Simple (Quickie Fall Garland)
Lazy Days Skirt from Burda Style
T-Shirt Remake (Idea 1, Idea 2, Idea 3)
Baby Booties from Jaclyn Designs
Korker Hair Bows from Heather (Ms. Diva needs at least a dozen of these!)
Kitchen Window Ideas: Cornice from Neslted in Rosenburg (original tutorial from Southern Hospitality); Tie-Up Shades (wouldn't these look cute with a Cornice?) - FINISHED CURTAIN with Tutorial
Oversized Letters from Christy's Creative Chaos
Diaper Clutch at Vanilla Joy
Mason Jar Soap Dispenser from Decor Chick
Sippy Cup Leash tutorial from Make It / Love It
Fabric Bracelets at Women Who Do It All - Done!  Tutorial of my version of these bracelets!
Stuffed Tutus tutorial at Samster's Mommy
Painted Jewels Onsie tutorial at Samster's Mommy
Letter Bow Holder at Domestically Speaking - Ms. Diva's Bow Holder
Streak of Sunshine Quilt at Bonnie's Quiltville - in progress shot {just using two different fabrics}

General To-Do List of around the house Crafts!

Recover Rocking Chair {7/2010}  Photo of new cushion.

Some Denim Pillow Covers for Couch Pillows. {1/2011} Strippy Denim Pillow

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