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Today’s guest, Maggie from Smashed Peas and Carrots has been on my want-to-be-like-her-someday list for years. We love her party planning prowess (check out this vintage milk and cookies party), her recipes are right up our alley (love these no-bake energy bites), and she has one of the most extensive lists of tutorials we’ve seen (love this llama stuffy! And love this little pinafore is totally on my To Make list- isn’t it fabulous?). Also, we think she’s brilliant (crock pot hot chocolate? Ummm, YES PLEASE).
And we love it that Maggie is here today sharing a pink tutorial-
I have just the laminated fabric that needs to be made into these lovelies! And be sure to check out the other PINK goodness (pink friendship bracelets by Noodlehead) today!
Very pretty Maggie!..as usual. 🙂
Delia, gorgeous right? And so useful!!! Love that Maggie!
Maggie@Smashed Peas and Carrots says
Aww, thank you ladies! It was a pleasure being here today too, thank you so much for inviting me!!
Maggie- LOVE the placemats, LOVE your blog, just love you, really! Thanks for being here! 🙂
Debbie @ OtRD says
Great, right? Thanks Debbie! 🙂
Those are gorgeous! I love those prints you chose!
Debbie Jennings says
Maggie, did you know that you can make your own “oilcloth”? I did and I made place mats out of it. I love it. And the very best thing is, it is spill proof on both sizes, and you don’t need to hem the edges. It does take a few days to get it done and dried, but is well worth the effort when the finish product is made.
Robin @ tansydolls.blogspot.com says
AH!! Brilliant use of laminated cotton! I love the patterns and I especially love that they are so easy to clean!!! ~Cheers~
You said it- brilliant! 🙂
Jenny Yarbrough says
Adorable!!! This is such a great idea and thank you for telling us which needle to use. Very helpful! Have a great weekend. 🙂