Warmer weather is the perfect time for denim skirts and we think every me-made wardrobe should include an easy-to-wear denim skirt that can be quickly transitioned from day to night, and even summer to fall when paired with a bold pair of tights. Using our Dogwood Denim™, we’ll take you through all the steps you need for creating a skirt in the video below using our free PDF pattern (available in sizes 0-18). If you prefer a shorter or longer length, we’ve included two additional versions just for you! Find the full instructions and download your pattern below. [Read more…] about Make Your Own Denim Skirt for Any Occasion | Free Pattern
Warm weather is right around the corner and that means fun games in the summer sun. Cornhole is one of our favorites to play, which is why we’re so excited about this DIY cornhole tutorial. Stitch up a full set of bags (official rules call for eight!) in no time using only 1 yard of Spoonflower’s Eco Canvas following the video below, or check out the full step-by-step instructions right after it.
Ah, spring – a time when everything feels fresh, new and full of life. As we welcome in blooming flowers and warmer weather, we’re also welcoming in our newest natural fabric, Cypress Cotton Canvas. It’s the perfect cotton fabric for refreshing every room in your home and Spoonflower staffer Gina is showing you how with a sweet miniature Cypress Cotton Canvas plant holder, great for adding a pop of color to your coffee table or making the gift of a new plant extra special for your friends and family. Ready to get started?
Stefanie from The Style Safari is back for one last DIY nursery project! Whether you’re a mom or dad-to-be or are simply looking for just the right gift for an upcoming baby shower, Stefanie’s custom blanket tutorial will show you just how easy it is to personalize what’s sure to be baby’s favorite blankie.
Looking for another personal touch to add to your baby’s nursery? The Style Safari is back to share an easy DIY tutorial for handmade linens that are a completely customizable option when choosing from over 650,000 designs in the Spoonflower Marketplace. The best part about Stefanie’s project is that you’ll be able to complete your crib sheet in under and hour which means more time with baby!
Stefanie: I am loving high contrast black and white as I know it’s easier for newborns to see, so I thought I would pick a pattern that would mesmerize her! [Read more…] about How to Sew a Crib Sheet in Under an Hour
A DIY nursery doesn’t always mean you have to break out the sewing machine! Using a hack on Spoonflower’s Fill-a-Yard® feature, Stefanie of The Style Safari is showing just how easy it is to create a custom name garland – no sewing required. The hardest part? Deciding which designs to use from the Spoonflower Marketplace of more than 650,000 designs!
Stefanie: I’m thrilled to share this tutorial as the ‘secret ingredient’ to my baby’s nursery. Since no one but my husband and I know our baby’s name yet, this has been a fun project to keep quiet! I absolutely wanted to decorate my daughter’s nursery with some fun wall art, but I tend to be very picky on art, and for a baby girl nursery, I wanted everything to feel personalized and special. Enter this easy custom name garland tutorial, where you can hang the letters in any way you choose, or opt to display them more like blocks on a shelf for more versatility. This is a great way to use Spoonflower’s Fill-a-Yard® feature, so have fun mixing up some of your favorite prints from the Spoonflower community! [Read more…] about DIY No-Sew Personalized Name Garland
Using just a few yards of Chiffon and an oversized embroidery hoop, The Style Safari is showing how you can transform a nursery reading nook into a dreamy escape. While Stefanie might be including this project in her daughter’s nursery, a chiffon canopy is a great addition for any room in the home.
If you’re looking for a functional and stylish way to transport small items, look no further than the DIY drawstring bag. It sews up quick thanks to this free PDF pattern, and only uses 1 yard of fabric and some drawstring. We can’t stop making them in our Lightweight Cotton Twill! Check out the video tutorial below or jump ahead to the text and photo version if that’s more your speed.
Whoever said wallpaper was just meant for your walls didn’t know Stefanie Schoen, the ultimate do-it-yourselfer behind the blog The Style Safari. The mom-to-be has been prepping for her little baby girl’s arrival and has taken on the task of designing her daughter’s nursery from floor to ceiling. While this might seem like a daunting task for some, it’s a walk in the park for Stefanie. She recently did an entire wallpaper refresh in her dining room while seven months pregnant — on her own! There’s nothing this lady can’t do!