I have a BIL that is an IT person so I found these phrases at ThinkGeek.com and thought they'd be perfect for them. I then cut the vinyl with my Silhouette and put them on painted boards. I especially love the pixels one. Found a great dotted font and removed some of the dots.
We had a 3 year old cousin this year and when I saw this Princess in the Pea set at Sewing in No Man's Land I knew I was making it for her. We are also using it as a learn to sew lesson since it is so simple. One note, don't fill the pillows too much or they don't stack as well.
I did these for my mom who decorates her Dining Room table for each month. I this could be a fun addition. I originally got the idea with the Along Came a Spider picture from a Halloween Print at Serving Pink Lemonade and it went from there. Once again, I love my Silhouette.
I made one of these Menu Boards for me a while back and had a SIL and a sister that both mentioned they needed to figure out a way of doing menus so I made one for them, which was especially helpful since we had them for Christmas.
I also made them each a Family Home Evening Chart that I adapted from the Chore Chart at How Does She.
And finally, (not including the Pj's and the Christmas Dresses) I made a felt fishing set from U Create for both my nephews and one for my 18 month old.
You'd think by now I'd be tired of sewing, but, honestly, now I just want to sew some more. Aprons? Cute skirts for my girls? The robes for my 2 oldest that I bought the fabric for and ran out of time to make.
That said, before I do anything, my sewing room HAS to be cleaned!!!