DIY Cardigan onesie tutorial
Cardigan Onesie DIY Tutorial
Easy, Jumbo, Reversible Receiving Blanket (HAPPY HOOLIGANS) - great for baby and for wrapping a toddler up after the bath. Nice and big to tuck around baby in the stroller and carseat as well. If you can sew a straight line, you can make these.
Sporty Pillows: Give the sports fan in your life reason to cheer! Download the free template & instructions at familyfunmag.com. NB: This is a “no-sew” kid friendly project, but I recommend using or making a pillow form, or sewing seams around the edges, especially if you plan to use loose cotton or poly-fill. --- For Harmy
NO SEW -- Sporty Pillows - what a fun gift that kids can even make.
Gifts Kids Can Make
No sew sleeping bag to take to slumber parties, etc. Would be such a cute gift idea! I need blues and greens for my boys tho!
Quilted Patchwork Bib Pattern And Tutorial
Because I could always use another place to store annoying plastic bags their way into this place... and because this one is made of scraps of fabric! For more terrific scrap ideas http://www.makeit-loveit.com/2011/05/fabric-scraps-trash-or-treasure.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+MakeItAndLoveIt+%28Make+It+and+Love+It%29
Make your own plastic bag holder
Grocery Bag Holder | Make It and Love It
This flannel board felt story is completely hand drawn and hand colored. It features an cute Bee story (on felt, too!) with adorable bees with sparkly wings. There are 7 handmade pieces. The beehive is approx. 6-1/2 inches tall. The Bee story is approx. 7 inches x 8-1/2 inches. This will be a student favorite!
How to.... fold money for Graduation money lei's...
Self binding blanket with cute edge!
Homemade Finger Paint * 2 cups of corn starch * 1 cup of cold water * 4.5 cups of boiling water * Liquid food colouring Mix the corn starch with the cold water and stir together. Pour in the boiling water and stir. Keep stiring until you get a custard-like consistency. Separate into individual jars, bowls, etc.. before adding colouring. Then mix in colours
Edible finger paints
going to make this for my headstart grad, the good thing about a 4 year old is only 10 bucks will impress her. ;)
baby boy tie onsie
"Steward Shop" they craft items all year long for Operation Christmas Child
Bonjour, mon ami! Want to learn how to give your sewing projects a professional finish without needing a serger? It's like music to my ears. Kathy from Merriment Design is a master of French seams and is going to share her knowledge with you. For those of you who are not familiar with French seams, they are an easy way to tuck in those pesky raw edges to keep them from fraying. I'll let her tell you more, take it away Kathy...How to Sew French SeamsFrench seams. Sounds fancy, yes?
Awesome way to package cupcakes. I think it's a 9oz plastic cup inside a treat bag with ribbon/tag. Love this!
homemade grits: handmade christmas: homemade ornaments
Transfer Images to Fabric Using Freezer Paper & Elmers Spray Adhesive. Cut freezer paper bit larger than regular paper size. Spray adhesive onto paper side of freezer paper leaving waxy side exposed. Trim freezer paper with scissors to 8.5 x 11". Than print image on WAXY side of paper. Don't forget to set printer to 'mirror' image so any letters don't end up backwards. Than slightly dampen fabric you are transferring too with a sponge. Place image & burnish than carefully lift off.