Hello A Little Tipsy Readers! I am so excited to be here with you all today! Michelle has an AMAZING Blog full of fun projects, great reviews and awesome tips! And her All The Married Ladies video rocks! : ) Let me introduce myself!
I am Fawnda from Fireflies and Jellybeans a little DIY blog that I co-author with my best friend Jeannine.
I am a Wife to an AMAZING man and a mom to one son (2 years old) who we adopted from Korea. Our Son is the light of out life!
I am a stay-at-home mom and I work VERY part time as a Math tutor. I love all things crafty and love to share what I know!
Michelle Asked me some questions to help you all get to know me a little better:
What is your favorite crafting tool or secret weapon?
This is a hard one… I really like a lot of crafting tools… But I would probably have to say my sewing machine. I started using it again about a year ago and I have not stopped! I even like to sew on cards that I make!
What is your favorite scent?
Vanilla… I love it… especially body spray from Victoria Secret!
Where did your blog name Fireflies and Jellybeans come from?
Me and my best friend started this blog (almost a year ago) and our names are Fawnda and Jeannine. So, we thought it would be cool to use the two letters from our first names for our blog name. At first we wanted to have them be crafty words, but not too many crafty words start with F or J so, we decided to go whimsical and fun! Jeannine actually came up with the name!
We do lots of fun things at Fireflies and Jellybeans! On Thursdays we get together and show off our stuff at the Show off Your Stuff Party!
I am also hosting a Felt-House-Along. I am showing you how I made a felt play house a week at time! Be sure to check it out!
We also have lots of DIY projects from sewing to home deco. We are thrifty mommas so we are often times reusing/re-purposing things and finding cheap ways to craft!
Today I have a great T-shirt refashion! I looked at the Anthropologie’s site and I noticed that a lot of their shirts have flowers around the necks. Here are a few examples:
- Two t-shirts from my Goodwill pile
- A scissors
- Needle and thread
Isn’t she great?! I totally need to do a little work on some of my old t-shirts!
Thanks for swappin’ it up Fawnda!
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