A quilt a month: April

Here it is, like I promised! My April Quilt!

Alright, confession! I think I got two of the quilts mixed up in month order haha! For about a month and a half I forgot to post the finished quilt product. (But I honestly did finish one every month)

So technically, THIS is May’s quilt, and May’s quilt is April’s… lol but oh well! I still have one a month :) Enjoy this months er uh next months quilt.

This quilt is one of my favorites! I guess they all are, lol, but this one turned out soooo cute.

It is a custom order rag quilt for a customer’s lil’baby who will be here in August! Ahh! The cuteness is overwhelming 😊

Anyway, let’s cut to the chase and show you some pictures:

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What do you think?

let me know by tagging @DIYCaroline in a Twitter post.

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Organize your puppy (DIY treat holder)

“Happiness is a warm puppy.”

-Charles M. Schultz




You just got a puppy right? Or maybe you are getting ready to buy one? Oh I hope you are! Puppies are so fun!

If you are reading this after you got a wee fur ball, you probably already bought tons of stuff for him or her. A crate, toys, treats, everything the Petco guy told you to get.

But now it’s everywhere, especially the loose treat bags, huh?

Here is a quick solution that looks great in the process.

before and after


All you need is a JAR and RUB-ON LETTERS


How to make it:

This is simple simple!

Simply follow the instructions on the back of you rub-on letters and voila!

I choose to use the words that described my puppies best when they want a treat. :)

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PS: while I was taking pictures, they came over and each took a turn begging. lol

Check out some other puppy organizing tips below:

Leash holder


What words did you use? Tell me below in the comment section, or on Twitter @DIYCaroline


DIY confetti (looks so good you could eat it)


What is a better combination? Who knows…probably nothing.


DIY confetti

what you need



  • Scrapbook paper
  • 1” punch
  • Regular hole punch
  • Sack
  • Glue
  • Pen

It sounds like a lot, I know, but this is also a mini tutorial on how to make a cute little coordinating bag :)


Okie doke, so….

DIY FUN 008 DIY FUN 013 DIY FUN 011 DIY FUN 010 To make the confetti, all you need to do is punch a bunch of circles out with your 1” whole punch. Seriously…BAM, done.

Now don’t you just want to get a spoon and eat it!? I mean, it’s glitter and confetti, all rolled into one! How could you not want to take a bite? I mean, is that just me who eats glitter for breakfast? :)


Now for storage. You can’t just throw this kind of confetti into a plastic sandwich baggie and hope for the best, you want to store that glittery awesomeness in something, so how about a darling bag?

I got my pink one at HEB actually. 25 cents…what could be better than having the cashier say: “your grand total is one quarter.”

Nothing! That’s what. :)DIY FUN 015

Where that flap lands, (The dark shadow in the pic) cut a straight line across so you are able to stick something all the way through (like a tunnel)



Fold one of the ends up and glue in place (about an inch)

So now only one end should be open, kind of like, well, a bag :)


Punch some little coordinating circles out and glue on the bag to add a little touch of personality.


Finally, add in the confetti and seal the bag with a 1” white circle glued on the open flap that reads: “confetti”


Your done! This would be great to give on New Years eve or Birthday parties or just to throw up in your room (not that I did that or anything…)

Have a marvelous day and tell me what you think below in the comment section

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