eve busy bag
My iPhone is too big to sit in the little phone holder slot in my handbag, so I thought I'd make it's own special little case.
Thanks for hanging in there with the quiet book pages! We're getting close to the end, I promise.
(I quite like today's post title.
Hi guys! Thanks for tuning in for day three of the quiet book pages .
After months and months of attempting and procrastinating, I'm finally finished with little E's quiet book. I only finished six total pages, but I decided six pages were better than having an uncompleted project staring at me every time I approached my craft table. The Cover
Thank you for all the kind comments about the quiet books. I was happy to hear that several of you plan on making one. (You can see them HERE . )
Since I wont be posting pictures of my quilt for awhile, I decided to post pictures of an old project that I did for my kids.
This past week the weather has been much cooler so I pulled out Aiden’s fall clothes, many of which have buttons. Since Aiden is always asking me to help him button his shirts I decided he could use some button practice!
Ashley from Me and My Boys has been working on a really fun quiet book for her son. When I saw all her cute pages, I knew I wanted her to post a cupcake page for Cupcake Month. Check out the totally cute page she created!
let’s start this sew-along off with an original design and free pattern, shall we? i first saw the idea for a marble maze here and thought it was brilliant. i couldn’t wait to try it out and as soon as i had a few moments to myself in the sewing room, i put together three felt mazes, experimenting with different maze patterns and shapes. excitedly, i showed them to the happy toddler when he woke up and he … didn’t get it. (“take-a out, mama!
Marble Maze! Find the marble and then move it through the maze with your fingers from shape to shape. Set your child different challenges, e.g. can you move the marble from the orange triangle to the yellow circle?