Simple Baby Headbands & Bows

Simple Baby Headbands & Bows via Wait Til Your Father Gets Home #baby #bows #headbands #babygirl

 One of the huge differences between having a baby girl and a baby boy {for me anyway} is all the accessories.  Our little miss has hers ears pierced, so there are earrings to put on, sweet dresses with bloomers to wear, and usually a sweet, simple headband.  I've actually inherited quite a bit of bows, but she's not quite ready to wear a bow without a little headband. … [Read more...]

DIY Headband Holders


Since venturing into the world of having a daughter, I've realized that having a girl comes with some new territory.  She's pretty much the same as the boys.  Kind of.  I mean, she requires diapers and bottles and baths.  Who am I kidding...having a girl is quite a bit different than a boy.  One huge difference is that she has already acquired quiet an impressive headband collection in her short 6 … [Read more...]

Easy DIY Crib Bumpers


So, in case you missed it, we added a sweet little girly girl to our troop late last year.  Since we've never found out the gender of our babies beforehand, I've always had very basic, very neutral crib bedding.  Because she's our last kiddo to join us, I decided to do some redecorating in the nursery and make it fit for a little lady.  One of the first projects I was eager to tackle was … [Read more...]

Easy Block Quilt Series | Assembling the Quilt Back

Easy Block Quilt Series, Quilt Back via Wait Til Your Father Gets Home #quilt #quilttutorial #quiltblocks

We've worked through a huge portion of completing the Easy Block Quilt, including Assembling the Blocks and Piecing the Sashing & Borders, but what about the back?! Materials 1 1/2 yards fabric sewing machine and tools rotary cutter and cutting mat iron and ironing board quilting rulers safety pins {LOTS} batting, twin size Cuts this depends on what/how you want to piece the back … [Read more...]

Easy Block Quilt Series | Sashing & Borders


If you've been following along with the Easy Block Quilt Series, you should already have your nine quilt blocks assembled.  The next step is to create your quilt top by adding sashing {those rows and columns between the quilt blocks} and borders. Materials 1 1/2 yards of plain white fabric rotary cutter/cutting mat pins sewing machine and tools iron and ironing board quilting … [Read more...]