Friday, October 30, 2009

{Sisters Stuff is taking OVER...}

We are so excited to be doing a blog swap with {Crafts & Deals} today and thank her for letting us take over her blog for the day. We loving seeing what projects she has on her blog and also love hearing about all the great deals she posts about! Who does not love a great deal?!

We are 2 sisters that love crafts, recipes, saving money, organizing, home decor, trends, and love being moms. {Sisters Stuff} was created to share all the stuff we love.

Here are some of our favorite posts.

Recipe for Death by Chocolate

Cleaning Box for organizing chores.

We love this jewelry holder.

We also just posted a new diaper wipe case tutorial that we wanted to share with you! Enjoy!

I saw these covered diaper wipe cases when I was pregnant with my first baby and fell in love with them. I thought they were adorable and had to make them! I hope you find this tutorial useful!

plain wipe case
glue gun
ruler or measuring tape
Trace the bottom of your wipe case once and top of your wipe case twice. One of your top patterns will be the pattern for your batting. Once you have your patterns for the top and bottom you will need to measure the bottom and top sides of your wipe case. Once you have the measurement you will need to extend the top and bottom drawing by the amount you measured so that it will cover the sides of your wipe case.
You will have three patterns .I labeled mine top, bottom and batting so that I could use my patterns again. *The batting pattern is your original top pattern. It will be the smallest. Pin your patterns to the batting and cut out your batting. Next, do this with your top and bottom patterns to cut out your material. Glue your batting to the top of you wipe case. Glue the material to the top of the case. Make sure it covers the sides. It doesn't have to be perfect because you will be putting trim around the edges. Do the exact same thing to the bottom of the case. Then add ribbons or any other "bling" you want to the top of your wipe case. You want to do this before you add the trim. Glue trim to the top and bottom of the case. I like to start in the back so that the seams match up in the back and not in the front.
Here is the final product! So cute! Thanks again for letting us swap with you today! Come check out {Sisters Stuff} for more great ideas!
Isn't that the cutest wipe case! It makes a dirty job look
much more stylish!!
Sisters Stuff ALWAYS have such fun ideas and
yummy recipes on their blog!
They have also been a HUGE help with helping me in the blog world!
Thanks ladies!!

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