Sunday, July 24, 2011

Make Halloween Sweet!

Can you believe back to school is upon us? Followed by cool weather, football, crunchy leaves, and the most fun holiday of all... Halloween!  What  better way to get you in the mood then to check out my collection of costumes for your little sweetie?

A huge, huge thank you to Erica Williams Photography for the amazing product photography. Check her out on facebook!

All of these costumes are located in my NEW SHOP, so head by and check them out! You can still find my full line of products in my old shop.

I hope everyone had a great weekend and wish you all a sweet week!

Love, Tri-Bec

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Sweet Treats!

Good evening! So I've been pretty busy lately with lots of wonderful orders (which I am so thankful for) and having a great summer with my husband and babies. Here's some of what I've been up to recently:
I made this for my friend Pam's baby shower and just had to share. :) It's so sweet!

Totally hand crocheted and stuffed by me! It was my first time making something like this and I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out... simply sweet!

His sweet little backside. :)

I definitely enjoyed making this and see more sweet little stuffed animals in my future! They make fabulous gifts or decorations for your little one's nursery!

Then I used it for a topper on this sweet diaper cake (also made by me):

Isn't that adorable? Perfect for a gender neutral baby shower!

I also made some receiving blanket cupcakes and a baby washcloth lollipop bouquet for Pam.

All three sweet treats with a sweet little giraffe card I found at Target that matched perfectly.
Lollipops, cakes, and cupcakes all made of useful baby items in the cutest possible way... how much better can it get?! Love it!


Here are some recent photos that have been shared with me. I am so blessed to work with such wonderfully talented people! Enjoy!

 Sweet Little Aviator Hat
Photography By Jessica Rivera

 The girl version. :)
Photography By Jessica Rivera

 Thank you Susie Quick for sharing these photos of your adorable little one!

OOAK Cocoon from Handspun Yarn

Here's a special sneak peek for my next OOAK night!

This yarn is very special because it was hand dyed and hand spun by my friend Rachel! It was one of her first tries and I think she did an absolutely beautiful job! She is currently living the dream and moving to the beach to teach high school French at a local high school in Florida.
She is a fellow fiber artist and her shop is called Project 31 Fiber Arts. Head over to facebook and check her out! She is shutting down for a while to move and get settled into her new job but follow her adventure on her blog: Dreaming of Weaving.
Good luck Rachel!

I hope everyone has an amazing week, stay tuned!

<3, Tri-Bec