Friday, March 16, 2012

Hope Studios: Favorite Bloggers Tour

 A big THANK YOU to Jennifer Juniper from Hope Studios for being part of My Favorite Blogs Tour.  I find tons of inspiring projects on her blog and it's one of my favorite places to link up projects in her weekly linky party.

Hello, Helping Little Hands readers! It's Jennifer Juniper from Hope Studios here to help Polly get over the hump with her new little bundle of joy. Like many other bloggers, I compiled a list of my Top 20 Tutorials at the beginning of the year. It was based upon which posts got the most internet attention. This list is made up of MY fave tutorials based on things I've made that I love and use nearly every day. So join me for a trip down memory lane...

Tassel Necklace- I reach for this necklace at least once a week!
tassel necklace

Layered Cut Out T-Shirt- I wear this layered tee often and it has held up amazingly well since I made it almost 2 years ago. Spare Toilet Paper Holder- this hangs in my powder room and helps me be sure I never run out of T.P. when guests visit. Recycled Gift Bows- I am terrible at planning ahead and this project helps me be sure I have gift wrapping supplies on hand for that last minute gift. Magical Fort- Snow days often begin with excitement and often turn to "I'm bored!". This fort is magical enough to entertain kids for a few hours! We played games, ate lunch, read books, watched a DVD all in our cozy fort all afternoon. I hope you and baby are getting along great, Polly! Thanks for the opportunity to show off some of my own favorite projects. If you'd like to see more, come on over to my Hope Studios Blog every Monday when I teach you how to do stuff then again on Tuesday when all of you can teach ME how to do stuff!

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1 comment:

  1. Oooh Polly this is good stuff! Jennifer, I love the shirt (I get the holes too-- I thought it was the HE washer beating my clothes up). And, the TP roll! GENIUS! I totally could have used that yesterday.


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