Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Instagram Giveaway!

Hello! Do you Instagram? If so, follow me @heydayfashion I'm currently co-hosting a Mason Jar giveaway! You can win this mason jar garland from my shop! Details below...
I am teaming up with 10 other awesome shops, which means 11 GREAT PRIZES are up for grabs! Get ready for some super cute items!
To Enter, follow me @heydayfashionand follow the directions from the pic above on IG, good luck!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Birthday Cake Bunting

My first "baby" just celebrated his fourth birthday over the weekend, and I wanted to share this easy peasy birthday cake bunting I made to decorate his cake... it's super easy and makes a special cake just that more festive!



Food Skewers, I found these at the grocery store, you get a lot for under $3! (Dowels will work in a pinch too!)
Colorful Streamers or any Decorative Paper
Glue Stick
Bakers Twine or String, I LOVE all the colors that Divine Twine has to offer!

What to Do:

First I measured out about 12 inches of twine, added a little glue to the top of one of the skewers and wrapped the twine around while tightening and then tied a knot, do the same to the other skewer to connect the line. Trim off any excess.

Next I cut six little "flags" out of the streamer paper. I just used the length of the paper which was about 1.5 inches, the width was about one inch. Then I cut out a little notch on the bottom to give it a little more cuteness!

Take your glue stick and apply a little glue on the top of one of your flags, fold over the twine and press firmly to adhere the glue to your line, continue placing the rest of flags evenly across your line. Let the glue dry completely before placing the bunting in your cake!

Center your bunting in the cake, add some candles, and your done! Isn't this cute? You can use different colored paper, or even felt, or fabric to make your flags. I used the length of the skewers (which was about 10 inches long) for mine, but you can try cutting them down if you need your bunting to be shorter.
Happy Cake Decorating!!


Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Giveaway Winners!!

The winners have been announced for my giveaway, is it you??
Click below to find out...
Heyday Winners

Monday, April 30, 2012


Fantastic Giveaway happening now, over on the wonderful Sandi Devenny's Blog, AdaLou!! Enter to Win...

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Mary Jane shoes!

New in the shop!
Many more colors available...

Friday, March 16, 2012


New Flower Trio Headbands are now in the shop! Matching Mary Janes are coming soon!!

This pretty little headband is perfect for Spring or anytime during the year.

Available in three beautiful trio sets:

Marigold, Sky, & Valentine.

The Flower Trio Headband is made from die cut petals and are lovingly hand stitched with cotton thread on a wool fascinator-type circle. The felt circle glides up and down the metal headband, so you can place the flower trio in the perfect spot for your own personal fit.

The Flower Trio Headband can be made in custom colors by request, and would make a perfect adornment for weddings or any other special occasion.

Monday, March 05, 2012

Printout & Keep: Monster Beanie

It was Spirit Week at my sons preschool a few weeks ago, and each day had a theme where the kiddos could dress up special for each particular day. One day was called crazy hat day. Since we don't have an abundance of crazy hats laying around the house, I decided to make one and that's when the Monster Beanie was born!

This hat turned out so cute and we received so many compliments on it, that I decided to make a tutorial for all of you!

Plain Knit Beanie Cap - I stole one from my hubbies stash!
One Sheet each of white(I actually used glitter felt), green, red, blue, yellow, and black felt
Thread to match and a sewing needle
Fabric glue - I LOVE Aleene's Fabric Fusion
Monster Pattern Pieces, you can print them out by clicking the pic below...

What To Do:
Print out the Monster template and trace onto felt. Cut the felt pieces out and glue (or sew) them on the beanie as shown. I did this hat last minute, so I just used a some fabric glue to adhere the pieces, if I were to do this again, I would sew the pieces on! The green spikes on top of the beanie were hand sewed using a blanket stitch! Enjoy this tutorial and if you make this hat, please let me know, I would love to see it!!

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