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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Greek Yogurt Muffins

Hello and welcome. today I'm sharing a really quick and delicious recipe: greek yogurt muffins.

Greek Yogurt Muffins recipe


Find out how to make them below:

Monday, January 22, 2018

DIY Doll Diaper - tutorial & pattern

Hello and welcome. Today I'm back here to show you how to make cloth diapers for your little girl's dolls. They come together so quickly and are so easy to make - why buy when you can make your own?

DIY Doll Diaper - tutorial & pattern


Here's the tutorial:

Welcome to The Really Crafty Link Party #103!

Hello, and welcome! I'm so glad you could join us for the #103, so come and share all your posts! And as this is a party, please try to visit at least a couple of other links and share on social media - the more, the merrier.


The really crafty link party, keeping it real, craft blog


As usual, the linkup will be open until next Thursday and I will be posting the features on Friday, January 26th.

Did you miss last week's amazing features? Click the image below to check them out:

http://keepingitrreal.blogspot.com.es/2018/01/the-really-crafty-link-party-102-featured-posts.html


The Really Crafty Link Party is focused on crafts, so the idea is for you to link up all your crafty posts: DIYs, printables, home decor, tutorials, recipes, whatever you want to share. Feel free to add as many links as you want, and old posts are welcome too!

I have no problem if you want to add the same link in more than one week; it will still be eligible for a feature but please note that I will comment and add it to the Pinterest board only once.You can add posts on other subjects (family friendly please), but only craft related posts will have a chance to be featured and will be pinned to the party's Pinterest board.

If you host your own party, add it too - it may not be featured, but you'll be sharing it with all of us anyway, and everyone loves to discover new parties!




Instructions: Select all code above, copy it and paste it inside your blog post as HTML

There are no thumbnails in the party, so in the "name" field of the linky make sure you add an interesting title/description to your post. If you follow me via any social media (icons in the side bar) let me know in the comments and I'll make sure to follow you back!

By linking up you give me permission to use your photos in features or round-ups, and to share your posts on social media (always with a link back to you for proper credit).







Thank you again for stopping by, and have a wonderful week!

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Friday, January 19, 2018

The Really crafty Link Party #102 featured posts!

Hello and welcome. It's Friday again (yay!), which means it's time for me to share features of this week's link party. There were lot's of amazing links, and it was really hard for me to choose just three features.

A very special thank you to everyone who linked up, shared on social media and visited during the last few days!

The Really crafty Link Party #102 featured posts


Check out this week's amazing features below!

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

DIY Play Food: cloth napkins & napkin rings

If you've been visiting this blog for a while you already know I have a soft spot for play food. I love creating new items for my kids and I'm dreading the day they tell me they are already too old for play food.

DIY Play Food. cloth napkins and napkin rings tutorial


Today, however, I'm not exactly sharing play food, but an accessory. Dishes, glasses and other play kitchen stuff are usually easy to come buy, and while they obviously be made at home, usually kids -especially girls - get them as gifts at one point or another. But one thing was missing in our play kitchen: cloth napkins. So we set out to make them. With cute napkin rings to match, if course.
 
These can be made in next to to nothing and are so easy that the kids can help in the process too. 

DIY Play Food. cloth napkins and napkin rings tutorial


(And as a plus, this project counts towards my goal of destashing in 2018, as it was exclusively made from leftover fabric and ribbon scraps).

DIY Play Food. cloth napkins and napkin rings tutorial


Here's the (brief) tutorial:

Monday, January 15, 2018

Button organization ideas

While my main crafty goal for 2018 is destashing (you can read about it here), a better organization system of craft supplies will also go a long way to improve the status of my crafts closet. So...I decided to start with buttons. 
 

While I'm not exactly a button collector, I do own a lot of buttons. Some of them were inherited from my grandmother, others were passed along by my mother. And, of course, a lot of them were bought by me. Previously they were all stored in an old tin can whose lid had the unpleasant habit of slipping out of place at the worst times, allowing the buttons to spread all over. 

Here's the before: 


After a lot of brainstorming and some online research, I chose to buy a wooden box with a clear lid. 


 
It has several divisions to better organize the buttons and it snaps securely shut, which is a huge bonus also. And since I got in at the Chinese store, it was pretty inexpensive too. 

Here's the after: 



See? a very easy solution to a problem that had been nagging me for ages. And a significant step towards a more streamlined and organized 2018. 

Other button organization ideas you may want to check out:


Fun & Easy Organization for Craft Buttons


Creating a Sequin Station for your Craft Space
(this one was originally made for sequins but should work wonderfully for buttons, especially if you have lots of different colors)


Mason Jar Storage Shelf Tutorial

Sew Inspiring Rooms
(lots of organizing inspiration, you need to scroll down a bit to get to the buttons section...)


Happy Monday,

keeping it real, craft blog







Welcome to The Really Crafty Link Party #102!

Hello, and welcome! I'm so glad you could join us for the #102. January is underway already, new year resolutions are in place and it's time to get down to crafting, so hopefully we'll all have lots of new posts to share.

And as this is a party, please try to visit at least a couple of other links and share on social media - the more, the merrier.


The really crafty link party, keeping it real, craft blog


As usual, the linkup will be open until next Thursday and I will be posting the features on Friday, January 19th.

Did you miss last week's amazing features? Click the image below to check them out:

http://keepingitrreal.blogspot.com.es/2018/01/the-really-crafty-link-party-101--featured-posts.html


The Really Crafty Link Party is focused on crafts, so the idea is for you to link up all your crafty posts: DIYs, printables, home decor, tutorials, recipes, whatever you want to share. Feel free to add as many links as you want, and old posts are welcome too!

I have no problem if you want to add the same link in more than one week; it will still be eligible for a feature but please note that I will comment and add it to the Pinterest board only once.You can add posts on other subjects (family friendly please), but only craft related posts will have a chance to be featured and will be pinned to the party's Pinterest board.

If you host your own party, add it too - it may not be featured, but you'll be sharing it with all of us anyway, and everyone loves to discover new parties!




Instructions: Select all code above, copy it and paste it inside your blog post as HTML

There are no thumbnails in the party, so in the "name" field of the linky make sure you add an interesting title/description to your post. If you follow me via any social media (icons in the side bar) let me know in the comments and I'll make sure to follow you back!

By linking up you give me permission to use your photos in features or round-ups, and to share your posts on social media (always with a link back to you for proper credit).







Thank you again for stopping by, and have a wonderful week!

keeping it real, craft blog






When you linkup, your e-mail will be added to The Really Crafty Link Party mailing list and you will receive one (and only one) e-mail each week to let you know when the party goes live. All mail addresses are kept strictly confidential. You can unsubscribe at any time by replying to the e-mail. 


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