Amy Clark

Amy’s Notebook 04.17.08

This sewing bag is so cute (@ Mackville Road)

Aren’t these aprons made from hankies darling? (@ An Apron A Day)

The book-lover in me hearts this bag made from a book (@ Curbly Video)

Another great way to use a fitted sheet- protecting your coffee table for crafting (@ Parent Hacks)

This is a great way to make a thrifted sweater really cute (@ Crafty Pod)

This looks like a great rainy day snack (@ Plum Pudding)

I love these patchwork balls (@ Little Birdie Stiches)

I think this tooth fairy pillow is just precious (@ Loria Family Dialogues)

I love this post on gaining perspective on our financial situations (@ Looking Towards Heaven)

These little pizza rolls look so delicious (@ Be It Ever So Humble)

I adore this hooded baby blanket (@ The Thrifty Knitter)

I am going to have to remember these boredom busters the next time we have a yucky day outside (@ Megret, hat tip to Baby Toolkit for the great find!)

I am going to have to remember this t-shirt shrink down post when I find t-shirts at the thrift store (The Sewing Republic)

This is another cute suitcase idea for the little artist in your family (@ Jane’s Apron)

This is a great tutorial on gathering (@ Craft Apple)

This little garden party apron tutorial is great (@ i have to say)

I am going to have to make some of this homemade magic shell for the kids this summer (@ Brownie Points)

I adore these wrap skirts and how cute & flirty they are (@ Craftster)

These homemade body scrubs would make wonderful holiday gifts for teachers (@ Angry Chicken)

I am going to have to check out some of these spring reads for the kids (@ Soule Mama)

We plan to make Earth Day a family day in our house (@ Blissfully Domestic)

I love this homemade art work (@ The Simple Mom)

A great list of links for an organized craft room (@ The Lazy Organizer)

More ideas for cheaper shipping (@ Wise Bread)


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Published April 17, 2008 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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