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Hi, I’m Natasha.

Ooh, look at me welcoming you to my creative blog, where I will introduce you to all the fun, creative and crazy things I get up to.

I am a wife and a mother to my 3 children and 2 dogs, so you can imagine how chaotic it can get in our house.

“Ooh, look at me!” is an ironic name because I actually don’t like drawing attention to myself or my family, yet I really like inspiring others to be creative because I know how fulfilling it can be. The name also comes from something silly we used to say years ago and it kind of just stuck with me.

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Can you feel the beam of pride coming off my face! Kayleigh loves clothes designing and dressmaking and she hopes to attend college to study fashion. She has recently been practicing with a sewing machine to bring her designs to life. I encouraged her to try this tote bag as a home school project, which is from the Woman’s Weekly website, because she was getting a bit frustrated with her projects not turning out quite right. This definitely gave her the confidence in using the machine and in her ability to make things. Also, as our machine doubles up as an embroidery machine, she was able to embroider the teddy bears onto the bags. She can now whip these up in about an hour to two hours, depending on what picture she embroiders onto it. She made me the pink and white bag without a picture. I use this to store my yarn projects in. She made herself one with a teddy bear in pink. Then she made Kameron one with a green bear and Korey one with a blue bear (pictured above). She is now onto her next project which I know is going to be great once it’s finished.

I hope this brings you creative joy and inspires you to start your own thread-tastic journey.

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