spice up your kitchen

guest post with Jess of Craftiness is Not Optional

Today’s guest blogger is Jess of Craftiness is Not Optional.  I’m super pumped to have her here today sharing yet another awesome tutorial.

Jess’s blog was probably one of the first blogs I came across.  I instantly fell in love with all her cute projects and tutorials.  She’s really a jack of all trades.  Have you seen this cute kitchen she made for her daughter?  Or this cute dress?  I’m always amazed at how much this girl can accomplish!  Not to mention she runs a super cute etsy shop, bits for baby.
Let’s hear it from Jess herself!
Hi everyone! I’m Jess from Craftiness is Not Optional, and I love to cook and bake. Especially with felt and fabric. Well, that’s a lie. I love to eat too much to choose that over real food, but when Anna asked me to do a kitchen-y tutorial for this week, we both were thinking some felt food was in order.
After my dad and I built a play kitchen for my daughter last year, I’ve made it my personal duty to fill it with fun play food!
Here’s my latest effort: Movie Snacks! Enjoy the show!
Thanks Jess, those look so yummy!  I need to get on the felt food bandwagon and this just might be the ticket.
Go check out the complete Movie Snacks Tutorial HERE on Craftiness is Not Optional.

9 thoughts on “guest post with Jess of Craftiness is Not Optional

  1. i just love your blog! i wanted to let you know that i have given you an award over at mine. you dont get money, but you do get bragging rights!

  2. Shana says:

    Oh my gosh that kitchen was awesome! Thanks for the head’s up on that blog. I love yours as well!

  3. Cindy says:

    That is so cute. I’m loving the spice up your kitchen series.

  4. jess says:

    thanks Anna! You’re so sweet, cause I’m always amazed at what YOU accomplish! 😉

  5. The Sewist says:

    I recently discovered your blog when i featured your tutorial on my sew-along called Sew It and it ended up being chosen and we had so much fun sewing it:)

    I am loving your crafty vibe so inspirational and so happy that through you we get to meet other crafty souls..

    Baiscally all i am trying to say is that i ♥ Noodleheads 🙂

    Mayya @ Sew Chic and Unique

  6. Vanessa says:

    So adorable and creative!

  7. misstreesa says:

    Oh those are just adorable! I tried to make crochet food once..it didn’t turn out so well! I think I may have better luck with the felt! I will check her blog out for sure thanks for sharing.

  8. Anonymous says:

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