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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Baseball Visor - KCC Blog Hop

Happy Mother's Day to all of the Mothers out there!!!
Welcome to our Mod Podge Blog Hop brought to you by our Krazy Crafting Crew.

We are an independent hop team that enjoys 
sharing our work with everyone and hope to inspire you with new ideas for you own 
creativity. We are a team who loves to do all different themes, such as cards, layouts, 3D 
projects and so much more. We do all the paper crafting from traditional to digital. Mostly 
traditional, every now and then there may be a little mixed media too! 

This month's hostess is Jearise at Lorby's World and please make sure you stop by her blog and take a peek, she has a neat little give away going on and you can find out all the details on how to sign up for it

Now on to some fun (drum roll here)....................

Not only is this the very last KCC Blog Hop  and Mother's Day- this is also my Birthday!!!  I am a baseball mom and will be watching my son play baseball today (hopefully for the tournament championship)!!!
I made this baseball visor for a sweet little girl who loves baseball as much as I do!!
I purchased a foam visor at Michaels.  I took the plastic spring out and traced the visor onto cardstock.  I used the cardstock template to trace the shape on the back of this baseball fabric.  I cut it out and mod podged it onto the front of the visor.  I painted mod podge on the visor first, then put the fabric down and mod podged on top of the fabric.

I trimmed around the foam circle that reinforces the spring.  I did trim the excess fabric once the mod podge was dry. 
I cut out the word MALLORY out of Freshman font on my cameo in black vinyl.  I cut MALLORY on a slight curve - which was perfect for MALL and I eye-balled the O R Y. 
I added a strip of red rhinestone sticker sheet that I cut with my cutter bee coated scissors.  I got this sticker sheet from The Buckle Boutique HERE.
I love how this turned out!!  Mallory is 5 and is leaving my daycare and heading off to kindergarten next fall (sniff, sniff).  She is a tomboy who likes a little flash of bling - just like this visor!!

Your next stop in the hop is PAULA.

Here is a complete line up in case you get lost along the way!


Jean Bullock said...

that's the coolest visor I have ever seen. Great job!

Lissa Marie said...

That is awesome Lori! LOVE IT!

Samantha Rivera said...

this is awesome, I would never have thought to use mod podge and do this

Samantha Rivera said...

this is awesome, I would never have thought to use mod podge and do this

Charlotte C said...

How do you come up with these great ideas? Amazing. I put a note to check back here to try to do this myself. Thank you - more on my to-do list.

Sarah Biswabic said...

What an awesome baseball visor! I bet she will love it! Happy Birthday!

sue k said...

Great baseball visor. Good luck to Mallory as she starts kindergarden. Happy Birthday to you also, Happy Mother's Day.

Cathy said...

What a fabulous idea for a visor!!

Scrappin Robin said...

Wonderful project, thank you for sharing.
Robin L.

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Beth F. said...

Oh my goodness that is adorable! Love it!

Paula Jennings said...

Happy Birthday Lori! And what a great visor. I'm sure Mallory loved it!

lorby said...

Really cute visor. I'm sure she liked it. I know my daughter would. Thank you so much for joining me on this last hop with the KCC.