January 28, 2011

You Roared!

Just one thing before we get started today.  I am not a technological genius by ANY stretch of the imagination.  However, I finally figured out how to make it so you can subscribe to this blog via e-mail.  Several of you have asked me to do this, but I didn't know how.

NOW YOU CAN SUBSCRIBE THROUGH E-MAIL!!!

Scroll down the sidebar on the right and under "Subscribe to I Am Momma" you'll see your options.  Yeah, I feel like I conquered the blogging world.  Those of you who are more technologically gifted are thinking...yeah, that's totally easy to do.  Duh, I could have done it in three seconds.  It takes some of us a bit longer :)

Alright!  It's time for another round of "You Roared."  It's always fun to see what projects all of you have been working on.  Let's take a look:

Erin took inspiration from the tree in the Playroom and made one in her little girls room.  She did a gorgeous job and even made curtains to match.




She even made a girl version for her daughter!  She was really clever and upcycled a shirt to make it.


Amber from Home Works made an amazing version of my sister's Train Table!  Wow. 


Jen from Jenbug's Story printed all the Free Printables and framed them.  That really made me smile.


Jen from Dangerously Domestic printed out the "We Believe" Printable and modge podged it.  Didn't she make it look great?


Next up we have some Upcycled T-shirt Dresses.

Lauren and Michele from Coffee at Three made this cute eco one for a niece.


Liz from Fast Daze made a Christmas version.  Pretty darn cute.


Abbie made the super cool capes for her kids for Christmas.  They look so great.


Speaking of Christmas, we have another cute set of Nativity blocks.  These were made by Sara from Misadventures in Parenting.


Lindsay from Diary of a Crafty Lady made the Inspiration Memo Boards from Burner Covers.  She added bottle cap magnets to look like flowers.  Cute and clever.


Jo from Buga-loo tried out freezer paper stenciling.  Her shirt is SO cute and look at the matching pants she made to go with it! 


Up next are some Upcycled Boy Hats.

Isn't this girl version gorgeous?  Tricia from Leafy Treetop Spot made a few hats.


Barbara made this one for her sweet grandson.


Aleks Handmade made these adorable ones.


Trish made this sweet one for her daughter.


Kari made Kalleen's T-shirt hats.  I am in love with them.  Look at the front and back of this one.


And she did the cute stripe with the checkered fabric and the underside of the brim is the same fabric.  Great detail.  Plus, who wouldn't love those cheeks :)


Rachel from Holy Craft is super speedy and already made Valentine's like yesterday's post!  Go girl!


Lastly, many of you have been working on Making Your Own Printables.

Admitted Fabricaholic made baby milestone printables.  (You have the baby hold the sign of how old they are and take a picture that way each month.)  So fun and colorful!


Christie from A Lemon Squeezy Home made this beautiful printable. 


And that's a wrap.  That's a lot of great work.  Thank you to each of you for sharing your work with me.  Feel free to share some comment love with each other. 

See you tomorrow!

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