I'm super-excited to share Priscilla's tutorial with you all.... now that I'm doing embroidery, I think I might need one of these for finishing off my projects. And Priscilla had me doubled over with laughter so hopefully you all will appreciate her awesome post too! Without further ado, here's Priscilla...
Hi there Crafty Scientist readers! I'm Priscilla and I blog over at Thrifty Crafty Girl. I'm so excited to be guest posting over here today, because I assume that as a guest, I will be receiving some sort of gift basket. I will be in my dressing room, waiting for the gift basket.
I've just been informed that there is no gift basket. There is also no dressing room. While I sob gently, I'll share a post from my blog... I hope you all like it!
On to today's project! I got an iron for Christmas and it's amazing. It's also bigger than my head, not sure why. But I don't have an ironing board. More importantly, I don't want an ironing board. They are large, bulky and have to be put away which is always a production. So I found something on Pinterest that I thought would work great.
I got some fabric in two patterns, a yard of each, and a yard of Insul-Batting. I also got some magnets and puffy paint which I did not end up using.
Then I laid the batting on the bottom fabric...
Oh, and the whole thing cost about $10... I love when pretty is thrifty too!
A huge thank you to Priscilla for sharing her post with us and I hope you all enjoyed it too! Remember to stop by and visit her (for more hilarity and adventures) at Thrifty Crafty Girl!