Much of my life is not magazine -cover picture perfect. Life is real, my house is messy and I run behind. I have tried to keep my blog posts authentic to who I am and what I’m doing. I don’t create for the sake of posting on IG or blogging about it. Every product or fabric I share is something I truly love. This summer I have been involved in several major youth activities: a Pioneer Trek Reenactment and a Young Women Camp for girls age 12-18. Both these experiences were amazing. I want to share a few projects I made for these activities using my Sizzix Fabi. It’s my go to creative device, especially when I am in a hurry!
The night before I left for the Pioneer Trek I decided I need to add a little something to this plain muslin cross-body satchel. I used the Sizzix Large Dresden plate and the 4″ circle. I put Heat n Bond Ultra on the back of each fabric before die-cutting since I wouldn’t be able to sew the appliqué pieces.
For our Young Women Camp I like to have the leaders wear matching shirts – it really makes it easy to find us! Our theme Anchored in Christ and everything we did had a nautical reference to it. This fish die is one of my favorites! I used some fun Riley Blake Designs Prints and Heat n Bond Feather Lite.
Aren’t we just adorable at camp in our neon pink fish shirts!!!