Crafty Thumb


 These are trees I made for baby showers, but they can be used for any event that you would normally have a guest book for.  This will take the place of the guest book, as people will stamp their thumb on the tree and sign their name under their print.  The thumbprints will look like leaves on the tree.  In this picture, we have a grandmother and great grandmother signing the tree.  What a precious keepsake!


What mommy of a little girl, and what little girl, doesn't love a tutu?

My Antique Window Creations

 I LOVE working with old windows, transforming them into amazing decorative pieces for homes.  They can be used to display pictures, kids art, hairbows, notes, etc.  You can hang them in your little girls room, in the bathroom, in the kitchen, or even make it a focal point in your living room.  My latest window creation, was a coffee table.  Check out the picture at the end of the windows.  So cool!



 My son's dump truck cake for his 3rd birthday.  He was beyond excited about this cake and still talks about it, almost a year later.  My goal is to make all of my kids birthday cakes for as long they will let me.  It's a special tradition I want to make for them.

Butterfly and Flower Cupcakes I made for a dear friends baby shower, who was having a girl and decorating her nursery in butterflies and purple.

 Mickey Mouse cake for my sons 2nd birthday.  This was my first experience making a cake like this.  It took me hours but I was very pleased with the finished product.  Note to self though, black icing may not be a good idea.

 Cupcakes and Cake Cones for my daughters 1st birthday.  These were a HUGE hit.


An amazingly easy and inexpensive window valance (that looks pricey) my husband and I made for the master bedroom.  It was exactly what the room was missing.

My most FAVE wreath I've done yet.   I just can't bring myself to take it down.

A simple diaper wreath for a baby shower.  Easy to make and easy for the new mommy to take apart to use the diapers.  Not to mention she hung the big bow on the door of her hospital room, when her precious angel was born.

1 comment:

  1. where are the directions for making the items you show ?