turband images by sara walk // all other images by me

A few months ago I had the fun opportunity to work with Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts on their summer lookbook. It’s full of inspiration and fun projects that you can do this summer to spruce up your wardrobe, your home, or just give your kids something fun to do while school is out. These are the four projects I worked on — a super simple patriotic turband, a pretty dip dyed cloth napkin, a fun fabric covered shoe, and glow-in-the-dark constellation art, and I had a blast making each of them!

Check out the full lookbook here and click on my images (in the lookbook) to find the tutorials!

 We’re off to Palm Springs this weekend for a little family getaway, so follow along on my instagram if you’d like! Happy Friday!


  1. Erica McLeod says:

    Such fun ideas! The dip dyed napkins are really cute, and I just know that my oldest child would love to have that glow in the dark constellation art. Well done!

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  3. Jen says:

    What a cute turban! Love your jeans in this picture. Where are they from??

    xo, Jen

  4. Night Chayde says:

    Love the headband!!! And of course the chuck Taylor's 🙂


  5. Mads M says:

    I love the hair wrap, very patriotic !

    Madeline | Its a Mads Mads World

  6. Umm how come you are so cool? Can you please be a shoe designer because those are the cutest pumps alive.

    Love's the Journey

  7. R and M says:

    I absolutely love the constellation board and will definitely be trying it soon! Great ideas, thanks!

  8. erinsnotion says:

    I am in love with those pumps! I also sew and make things, but never would have dreamed of making shoes. Great idea!

  9. kali says:

    Those napkins are so freakin' cute!
    We're going to have to make these.

    xo, K

  10. Marie B says:

    'a super simple patriotic turband' but also veryyy nice on you 🙂

  11. tia says:

    The shoes are stellar; I am in love with the fabrics that you chose! I followed the link to the tutorial in the hopes that you would reveal your fabric source for these shoes. Can you please spill the beans?

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