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On Being Awesome: Summer Crafts and Projects

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Our friend and fellow blogger Alison Faulkner Robertson, “compulsive crafter, baker, and sharer,” and star of The Alison Show, is already welcoming summer with her new experiment, “30 Days of Awesome.” Even though we think Alison’s endearing quirks and contagious energy make her inherently awesome, we were excited to discover what “awesome” meant to her, and felt compelled to pass it along. Her recipe for awesomeness is broken up into six ingredients, but she’s already accomplished number five in our book (SPOILER ALERT): “[To] leave people feeling awesome about themselves after they interact with [her].”

Follow her path to awesomeness with us all month and be sure to check out her other summer crafts and projects through video tutorials this summer (from party decorations to sweet treats)!

Alison's Sugar Cookie Craft

Alison’s motivational sugar cookies spell out the message she has based a whole video series on!

Alison's son, Rad's Banana Birthday

Alison’s son, Rad, enjoying the mini layer cake at his banana-themed birthday party. The recipe for this much happiness is easier than you think!

Alison's pillow collaboration with Latter Day Home

Alison designed her “Love One Another” pillow as a cute household reminder for her collaboration with Latter Day Home.

Alison's daughter, Gigi's birthday cake

Alison’s simple layer cake follows the theme of her daughter, Gigi’s puppet birthday party with a tiny print-out of her daughter on top! An awesome way to make your kid’s birthday party unique!

Alison's Leather Mobile

Alison’s handmade leather triangle mobile makes an awesome touch for the bedrooms of tots to toddlers.

Alison's Bunny Pattern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alison’s adorable “peek-a-boo bunnies” are easy to make from her own detailed pattern!

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