Monthly Archives: March 2011
I spotted this at Eric Barclay’s blog last week, and figured you guys would love it… His art is always fun, but I thought this one deserved extra mention for it’s creativity :)
Mrs. Olafsen and her dog, Hercules (he made it from from the McDonald’s Happy Meal milk bottle and a light bulb-pictured at the link.)
Well, I think we’re about ready with the first part of the process… So go try out the “Submit your Recipe Link” – which will let you submit a link to a food related post you’ve already published on your own blog. So, if you blog, and you think you’ve posted an awesome recipe, technique, cake, or something else food related, now’s your chance to get it featured on Foodwhirl.
Thanks to Babble (nice name, pretty close to Dabbled!) for naming Dabbled one of the Top 50 Mom Craft Blogs. Go check out the whole list… there’s some great peeps on there that I already visit regularly, plus some I’m looking forward to checking out.
Your blog has landed a spot on Babble’s first ever listing of Top 50 Mom Craft Blogs… [ KEEP READING ]
I’ve been playing around with a new look for Dabbled, and I’m not quite happy with it yet… the main page seems too cluttered for my taste. But one thing I love is the new Projects page. It’s a quick look at many of the old projects featured on Dabbled… my own, guest posts, and so forth. Go check it out, and let me know what you think :)
Oh, and I missed posting for Pi Day yesterday, but my brother did a how-to on making a blueberry-raspberry pie, over at Foodwhirl. Go check it out, too!… [ KEEP READING ]
I thought this springy tutorial of Colleen’s from 2009 deserved another airing… check out how to remake too small jeans into these fun girls pants!
One of the most creative people I know, Colleen (of the great indie online fabric store Some Art Fabric & and the brand new Sloth Craft) has gifted us with this fabulous blue jean remake tutorial. Born of a wrong sized thrift store purchase for jeans for her daughter, this is a great example of how to take something ordinary and turn it into something way cool! As always, we LOVE our guest posters! Hope you enjoy this great tutorial as much as I did! — Dot
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Blue Jean Remake – by Colleen