Featuring my new Fabric Coaster Sets!
- The Silly Life of E
- San Antonio, Texas
- I am Erica Gonzales, a 24 year old college student attending UTSA, that loves to express myself through writing. Im using this blog as my diary, my escape, and my little paradise. My dream is to become a kinder teacher, just like my mother. I currently have an associate in Arts EC-6th and am a year away from my BA. I'm not afraid of my goals, my dreams, and battling my own deamons. I am thankful for my wonderful family and the friends who believe in me and encourage me to keep sewing.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Mod Podge Tile CoastersI am excited to introduce you to my new little project that I've been working on for the past few days. FABRIC COASTER SETS OF 4! I used a tutorial that I found on pinterest.com. Here is the site, http://www.hostessblog.com/2010/07/diy-tutorial-mod-podge-tile-coasters/
I have the tutorial posted in my Tutorial board. If you are looking to join pinterest.com, you must be invited to join. I have 5 free invites if you are interested, let me know and I can send you one :) This tutorial introduced me to my new favorite crafty material. Mod Podge! It's an awesome adhesive that dries clear.
paint brush or sponge
1 inch hole puncher
Polyurethane Clear Gloss Spry
All I did was with a sponge, place a coat of mod podge on the tile.
Place fabric onto the wet tile
Using a 1 inch hole puncher, cut 4 circles out of black felt
Glue each circle on the bottom side of the tile with E-600
Spray each tile with 2 coats of Polyurethane Clear Gloss Spray
Here are pics of my new lil beauties.......
***You must wait 6 months before you can put anything HOT on your coasters for the Mod Podge to fully cure***
Still working on a few more sets but heres what I've completed so far.
Since I have the whole summer off, I've tried to spend as much time as I can on my crafty tutorials I've been wanting to try.
Here are the yoyo magnets that I've been working on as well....
Sorry the pictures are a little dark. I just added two stronger wattage bulbs in my room but still seems to be a tad dark :/
Well there you have it, my new lil creations! I'm hoping to start on a few fabric summer wreaths and a queen size quilt with the fabric that I listed prior. I'm also working on baby wash cloths, blankets, and bibs. Stay tuned....
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Complete Pretty Please Jennifer Paganelli
Thinking about making cosmetic bags with these beauties!
Organic Cotton French Terry
I'm using this to make burp cloths, bibs, and wash cloths. I cant wait to be done with this semester, by the way, my last day is tomorrow, cant wait! As soon as I get them done, I'll post pics:)
Stay Tuned :)
Monday, April 18, 2011
For those of you who know my at all, you know that I am practically allergic to EVERYTHING! This includes all grasses, trees, pollens, dogs, cats, and dust mites. So, how perfect are these adorable fabric tissue holders? They are the perfect size for your purse, back pack, or even your pocket! I used a tutorial from Sew Mama Sew http://www.sewmamasew.com/blog2/december2010/JCasaSMSProjectDec. I love the step by step pictures that she has added in the tutorial. It really helped make it easier to understand.
Here are my new creations.......
Hope you get to check out her blog @ http://sewmamasew.com/index.php. She has many great tutorials, try one out yourself :)