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At Pots & Pancakes we do exactly what we say on the tin, we paint pots & cook a range of delicious Pancakes. No appointment necessary just pop in to see us at anytime. We have a huge range of pieces to choose from including mugs, plates, teapots & bowls as well as lots of little bits & pieces for children like dinosaurs, kittens, butterflies & bears. Prices start at £4 for tiles, side plates & standard mugs £10, with dinner plates at £14, teapots around £22 & lots of bits in between.
Without further ado ... Cozy Car Caddy Tutorial Materials used: two pieces of denim (17 x 10 inches and 17 x 6 inches)
We have HUGE doll stroller fans in our house, and I am not just talking about Evie. My boys love racing around the house with the strollers pretending they are transformers. When they are up they are cars, when they are folded down they are motorcycles and much to my dismay they are often folded and lifted and made to be missal launchers. This is usually okay with me because thanks to Grandma and a neighbors garage sale we now have a dolly stroller for each child hence no squabbling or at least minimized amounts. This weekend we had a tragedy though. One of the strollers seats ripped, pretty bad actually.
** Nurses Hat and Nurses Fob Watch ** Miss Polly had a dolly that was sick sick sick... The nurses hat is made from white and red felt and has an elastic back making it easy to fit your child. It features a large red cross and detail heart stitching.
sewing tutorial | KIDS | crafts | handmade gifts | bread bags | fort kits | diy hang tags | saltwater-kidsAfter receiving a few comments and emails with questions about the hot/cold packs I made for Halloween, I thought I would give you a quick rundown of the details. The tutorial for sewing and filling the packs can be found over at Rubber Punkin , so I am just going to share how I was able to get 24 packs from one yard of fabric. CUT: (24) 12" X 5" - from main fabric (see diagram below) (24) 6" loops - (I cut 1" strips from a t-shirt, stretched them out, and then cut the 6" lengths) Here is the layout for cutting 24 packs out of 42" wide fabric (you will have 4" left over along the 36" side) Check out the TUTORIAL for sewing and filling the packs HERE at Rubber Punkin .
My son is going through a growth spurt. I remember when I would get growing pains as a child and how awful it was. Hot baths late at night, mentholatum lotion, but my favorite remedy was a nice warm heating pad. So, I needed to make some up for little J. But, I thought I would try to make them a bit more fun than a regular heating pad.
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Yesterday I finished these felt letters for Clementine’s nursery. They had been sewn and stuffed months ago but I had this idea that they would all hang individually from the tension wire that holds up her curtains and then when I tried it and realized they would spin around and half of the letters would be backwards I gave up and for months there’s been a hanging “Cle” in her room with a backwards “e.” The solution ended up being a strand of clear thread which runs through the letters and is looped at the ends so it can hang from nails.
Miles has been chewing on our plastic fridge magnets, and since they're all secondhand (read: old), I got a tad worried about phthalates and other toxins. So, I had the idea to make him some fabric magnets that he could gnaw on. THEN I thought, wouldn't it be cute to have a fabric alphabet?? I layered some felt in between scraps of my favorite fabrics and cut out the letters. Then, placed dime-size round magnets (available at any craft store) in the middle of each one.
Alright the moment we've all been waiting for . . . well, at least the moment I've been waiting for has finally arrived . . . wait for it . . . part 2 of the pillow buddy tutorial is finally finished! I've been either working on a pillow buddy or working on a pillow buddy tutorial for what feels like forever. Uhm . . . that is apparently my overly-dramatic side kicking in because I went back in my archive and it turns out I've only been working on the pillow buddies since June 20.
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EDITED NOTE : A couple of you have reminded me that I didn't show a picture of poor Old MacDonald. MY bad! HERE is where you can find a lovely picture of Mr. Farmer. Thanks for bringing it to my lovely attention.
Nurturestore has lots of articles about fun play dough ideas but I though today I’d get back to basics with an easy play dough recipe master class. I’m often asked for a play dough recipe by people who are trying out home-made play dough for the first time, so I thought I’d post a step-by-step guide to my favourite no cook recipe. I’ve included some tips and tricks to answer the most common play dough crises and added in some fun ideas for you to try once you’ve mastered the basic play dough recipe to jazz it up a little! There’s also a link to my free Let’s Play Dough e-book. Calling it a master class is very tongue-in-cheek: it’s a super easy recipe and even if you’ve never tried making your own play dough before I’m sure you’ll be able to whip up a cordon bleu version. Easy play dough recipe master class
I have to credit my friend Emily with this idea; she has made tangrams out of cardstock, but suggested that since I love fabric, I should make a fabric one for Charlotte. So that's what I did! If you would like to make one too, here's the tutorial! Supplies: fabric scraps
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