Welcome to Made with Lev, where all things we share on the blog are handmade with love by the Levenson girls, a mother-daughter crafting duo with a shared passion for creating things with our hands.
In the house of Lev(enson), our favorite things to do include coloring, drawing, painting, cooking, sewing, and craft projects galore. We love discovering new projects over on Pinterest and hitting up the craft store (or Amazon, let’s be real) to find inspiration and new craft supplies.
We are about to embark upon a family-focused 100-day challenge of creating something with out hands for 100 consecutive days. I’ll be documenting our progress and sharing the projects that we do both here and on Instagram.
Our projects will fall into three broad categories: cooking, crafting, and sewing. Since this is family-focused, there will be a significant number of projects that are kid-friendly, intended for beginners, and can be completed in less than a day.
More about us:
My name is Emily and I’m a craft-a-holic. I love making things with my hands and find myself most at home when I’m creating. That could be art (I am a huge fan of watercolors, drawing faces, and painting loose florals), cooking, and, most recently, sewing.
Hats I have worn throughout my life: daughter, the creative one, student, therapist, social worker, book binder, wife, holistic health coach, entrepreneur, and leader. But the one I’m most proud of these days: MAMA.
I have a beautiful 4 (almost 5) year old daughter and another on the way (due this August).
This is Anna!
Anna is 4 going on 14, with the most amazing blend of sass and smarts I have ever seen. She inspires me and stretches me every single day.
Anna is always down for coloring and crafting (so long as there is glitter involved). She also really loves to help in the kitchen and can always be counted on to eat chocolate chips by the dozens.
She loves: Princesses, Wonder Woman, unicorns, playing “family” with her bestie, and doing all things by herself thankyouverymuch.
Some of her favorite projects include making slime, baking mini muffins (and then devouring them), drawing pictures of people, and coloring with her Daddy.