Haven’t you heard? Big poms are in.

Here’s what I use:

Lion Brand WoolEase Thick and Quick

1 Large Pom Maker

Hairbrush

Make the Pom Pom according to the directions.

Brush the Pom with a hairbrush and trim to make it a perfect ball.

Big bows step aside… big poms are taking over Winter 2019.

Baby beanie with big Pom. $20 on my Etsy store.

Homemade Halloween Costume

Check out these Power Rangers Megaforce dudes!

We purchased our son’s Halloween costume at the local thrift store and he really wanted his dad to be a power ranger too. I was not down to spend $45 on a costume for a couple hours walking in the cold. So I through this together.

First I printed the mask from here:

https://lifeshehas.com/super-mega-power-rangers-printable-coloring-masks/

I colored this mask in and ran it through my laminator. Added a string to wrap around his head.

Then I purchased a $6 red Hanes Sweatshirt from Walmart. I cut it down the middle and put duct-tape on the seam.

I spray painted an old belt gold.

I wrapped my husbands ankles with red and silver duct-tape over his black sweatpants.

He wore a black shirt.

Perfection!

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Miss Sabby Knit Beanie

It’s knitting season!

Check out my latest project. Michaels has an awesome 50% off coupon that makes choosing yarn even harder. My next hat is going to be made with Patons 100% wool. Stay tuned!

It is so much fun to metal stamp the aluminum ring! Talk about a cheap and fun project.

Custom/ Personalized Ring

I use the impressart collection to personalize the ring. Really easy! It just takes a few minutes to stamp the letters into the metal and it adds such a great finishing touch. I stamped this first ring (on the baby blue hat) on my coffee table and it created a ripple in the lettering. I now stamp on a piece of granite as my base and the ring sits much more flat (in the black and white photo of my guy).

For my boys, I stamp our last name so things don’t get lost in the preschool lost and found.

How to take the B/W pic…

If you would like more info about taking these black and white pics click here.

The free pattern:

The pattern I used was inspired from this one I got free over at Ravelry. It knitted up quick.