A little over a year ago I got this email from a fellow blogger who was interested in purchasing some ad space but wanted a little design work done to her blog first. We immediately hit it off and have become blog besties. Some of you may know her (and if you don’t you are missing out!). Her name is Michelle and she is the mastermind behind the site Dilly Dally and Flitter. Not only is she super talented but she is pretty hilarious and a really terrific friend.
At Dilly Dally and Flitter, the blog, she talks about her crafty adventures and sometimes just every day life and she’s funny. Over at Dilly Dally and Flitter, the Etsy Shop, she sells handmade Dangle Bangles (wristlet key fobs), Belts, Frayed Camera Sleeves and my favorite…….supplies for the Dangle Bangles. I know, of all the things I could be excited about in her shop, I’m excited about her supplies. She make some killer belts but being a little “thick” around the middle, I don’t wear belts and not owning any fancy camera (hanging my head in shame) I have no use for her adorable camera strap sleeves. But……..supplies? That I can dig!
Over Christmas break I had received a bunch of her Dangle Bangle Supplies and it immediately became my favorite thing to make. It was soooo quick and easy – even a beginner sewer can do it. Here are some pics of the ones I made:
I’m telling ya, Dilly Dally and Flitter is the place to go to pick up your supplies. Over the holidays I ran out of the ones Michelle sent me and in a rush to make just one more, I took off to Hobby Lobby, Michaels and Joann’s and nada! Nothing. Couldn’t find them anywhere. All you need to do is provide the scrap of fabric and the sewing machine and Michelle will send you the rest including a handy dandy little insert that give you step by step instructions with photos on how to do-it-yourself.
Dangle Bangles are the perfect little gift for just about any occasion. So glad I was able to bang some of these out for my family for Christmas. They all loved them. 🙂