Blog Updates Plus My Opinion of Avengers: Endgame.

Welcome to our new domain! It’s official, folks!  Our site has moved from Tinker Bell’s Treasure to Pixie Dust Dolls! Changing the domain wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be.  I was prepared for a massive undertaking, but it was quite easy to complete.  All I have left to do is update posts and pages with the new name and tell Google our URL has changed. Since I love my current design, nothing is changing besides the domain.  Same is true for Pinterest and Instagram.  I’m on the fence about YouTube though.  I can’t decide if I should keep the channel running orRead The Post

A Quick Update Plus Avenger: Endgame Marvel Legends and Hot Toys!

Welcome back, everyone!  Before we get into today’s post, I’d like to apologize for disappearing from the blogosphere.  Rest assured, I haven’t died, been kidnapped, or snapped into oblivion. Nope.  Instead, it’s ol’ adrenal insufficiency that has me down.  The weakness, fatigue, and dreaded migraines flared up over the last few days leaving me unable to work on any crafts or unbox any dolls.  It’s a shame too because I was preparing to bump my blog posts to twice a week (ambitious, I know!). I’m still working towards that twice a week goal but, until my body is stable again, posts may be intermittent.  SinceRead The Post

How To Make Catnip Toys For Your Cat

I have some exciting news to share today!  Just this month one of our rescued cats had a litter kittens!That’s right!  Five of the tiniest kitties you’ll ever see! You see, besides being a typical do-it-yourself kind of family, we are also major cat lovers!  In fact, I can’t remember a time when we didn’t have at least one cat in our household; and any feline that’s ever crossed our threshold has been a rescue. This Mama Cat was no different: When we first spotted her wandering through our yard she was starving, malnourished, and wormy.  It was a pitiful sight: However, after few bagsRead The Post

Tips For Saving And Storing Sewing Patterns

I don’t know about you, but keeping sewing patterns intact and able to be used over and over is important to me.  I mean, if I’m going to spend my hard-earned cash, I want whatever I buy to be around for a while (unless it’s a chocolate chip cookie.  Then I’ll make an exception😉). But most sewing patterns (particularly those bought in stores) come printed on thin tissue paper and are easily torn.  Also, once opened, it’s almost impossible to fit the pattern back inside the envelope unless you cut out the individual pieces which means you now have fragments of tissue floating around justRead The Post