I started blogging in 2007 at fabricbliss.com, and more recently, at studiotantrum.com/blog. I mostly love to sew but also love to use a lot of hot glue.
I live to DIY, craft and sew.
I am inspired by my inner Martha combined with my outer loudmouth.I also love to make awesome stuff and LOVE to teach everyone and anyone how to harness their inner crafty goddess.
I just love to inspire people to create awesome stuff. You don't need to have special DNA or a pedigree in crafting to craft or sew, just great instructions and a can-do spirit!
I wholeheartedly believe in science, most notably the science of vaccinations and the science of medicine. I have a very good friend who is an anti-vaxxer; she also happens to be a health food nut, not that there is anything wrong with that. This just makes for a very complicated friendship.Read Full Story
These wind-up wooden spool cars are simple to make but will provide hours and hours of fun and entertainment for both the young and old. These little vehicles go together very quickly and easily, and move on their own — with a little wind-up and the power of the rubber band.Read Full Story
Flex your craft IQ and get ready for back to school with your kiddos by helping them make this adorable notebook for their new favorite teacher. This project is easy to customize for the age set you are working with — use fabric glue and felt for younger hands or switch it up to fabric, cotton batting and a hot glue gun for the older kids. Either way, this project comes together in a snap. You favorite teacher will be so pleased to receive something they will actually use — that's not another apple candy jar.Read Full Story
The next time your child decides to throw their hat in the ring for student council elections, don't fret about making the dreaded campaign signs. Follow these simple steps and your child will be on their way to total world domination in no time! Keeping a few simple supplies in your craft arsenal is the key to being prepared for any last-minute craft projects.Read Full Story
You no longer need to be intimidated by the prospect of designing and creating your very own customized T-shirt. Using just a few inexpensive supplies, you will be cranking out DIY high-quality slogan T-shirts in no time. Make these for student council elections, a small club at school or the next school play!Read Full Story
A hands-on experiment that visually demonstrates a chemical process can be both fun and exciting for the budding scientist. One such experiment illustrates the concept of pH changes in the stomach due to overproduction of stomach acid and ingestion of an antacid. It makes for a perfect science project for a child who's interested in how the body works.Read Full Story
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