Peanut Butter Maker. Peanut Butter and jam sandwiches.
Peanut butter and chocolate cupcakes. Crunchy peanut butter on toast. Smooth peanut butter on bagels. Peanut butter out of the jar, or in a cake, or even with a bit of jelly. Whichever way you like it, peanut butter tastes great! With this awesome Peanut Butter Maker you can make your very own delicious peanut butter at home – with all sorts of different nuts and ingredients, so that you know exactly what’s gone into it!
Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows: The Quiet Book Round-up! All right!
You've made it! I've subjected you to a million days of quiet book pages, and it is finally the end. Today I'm going to post all the pages, from beginning to end, so you can get a sense of how the whole book flows. So, without further ado, the quiet book! The lion page: The barn and farm animals finger puppets page: The apple tree and the dinosaur: The car page: The ladybug and the flowers: Mr. and Mrs. Quiet Book. I'm really excited to share this project with you.
Several months ago someone put the idea into my head that I should make some quiet books. This is one project that I've never really had the desire to do, but that little seed kept growing until one day I found myself drawing up the templates and then at JoAnn's buying the supplies. It really was an easy project, but extremely time consuming (and I was making two at once.) Here are the results: Covers and cover page Circus Monkey The balloons velcro on and the wheel turns to reveal different colors. Paint Pallet The paint splotches velcro on and you can use the paint brush to pretend to paint everything in the quiet book! Season Tree and Barn Snap on flowers for spring, green leaves for summer, and autumn leaves for fall--or take them all off for winter. I love these little finger puppets that were inspired from Homemade by Jill. To have a surprise when you open the doors. Road Map This is another one of my favorites.
Weaving Tennis Racket. Felt Quiet Book: Phase One. A lovely example, sadly not mine… After the rush of Christmas and the overwhelming possibilities of things to make, January leaves me feeling a little lack luster and lost for ideas.
I’m keen to keep my crafty habits up, after all, what else is there to do on my lunch hour? Therefore a new project is in order. Hooray! Luckily for me quite a few family friends are “With Child” and ready to pop so to speak. After some serious research (Pinterest) I have decided on a Felt Quiet book for baby Number Bell. A Year of Quiet Book Pages 2013. In 2013 I felt like I always had at least 2 sewing projects going at all time.
With Jax turning 3 back in February, my quiet book projects grew with him. For our annual beach trip, I sewed him a large fire station quiet book. I also began a massive project to sew the whole world! With a new year beginning, it’s fun to look back on the pages I made and shared with you, as I did in 2012 and 2011. Current Top 5 Sock Matching Quiet Book Page – 71,096 views | 18,000+ pinsBumble Bee Lacing Maze Quiet Book Page – 16,972 views | 2,000+ pinsAutumn Leaves Quiet Book – 8,794 views | 1,000+ pinsForest Quiet Book Page – 37,092 views | 1,000+ pinsCircus Train Quiet Book Page – 35,987 views | 3,000+ pins The sock matching page has been the top page for 3 years! All Time Top 10 The dump truck made the all-time top 10 for the first time in 2013. 10 Most Popular from 2013 The Montessori Wall Map & Quietbook posts got a combined 52,682 views this year!
Click a thumbnail to visit a post: Oversized Kimono Wrap Top. Want to know what I did all day while putting this post together?
I re-watched all episodes of Finding Bigfoot on Youtube. Seriously, It’s my favourite show! I love the Bigfoot legend and the show is so bad that it’s good! Everyone should watch it. I want Bigfoots in Sweden! Anyway, what you will need for this tutorial: A fabric measuring approximately 164 cm long and 150 cm wide. The size dimensions used in this tutorial are made for me, so if your size differ a lot from mine you will probably have to make a few adjustments. Also note that, on the illustrations, the orange markings are where you should cut and the grey markings are where you should sew. Ok, with that said, let’s move on the the actual tutorial! Start out by folding your fabric in half so that you get these measurements: Then cut out two 30×48 cm rectangle shapes on each side. Just a tip: I used the cut out parts for my belt, so don’t throw them away if you want a belt in the same material as the kimono… Oh well. Pattern Runway - Fashionable Home Sewing Patterns -Pattern Runway.