Do you read Vintage KC in print (or digitally)? If not, you need to (even if you don’t live in KC)—such a great magazine.
They even just recently launched a fun new video project Home Remedy, that follows the team while they restore and renovate an cool old KC home. So fun!
In the latest summer issue, two of my DIY hoop projects were featured (page 39).
You can click here to get the complete DIY cameo tutorial.
I still need to do a blog tutorial on the DIY baby mobile. It’s one of my fave DIYs ever. It’s on the blog to-do list. 🙂
Have you made anything fun with any embroidery hoops? If so share it on Instagram and be sure and tag me. I’d love to see what you’ve come up with.
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Oh yeah! They are so adorable~~ Thank you for sharing!! Love these stuff very much >.< With these I think I will start drawing my own
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