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hand painted thrift store purse My niece Ruby had her 4th birthday recently, and I wanted to get her a purse and fill it with tape and sticky notes because she likes to stick things on the wall. Like a good aunt, I thought I’d … Continue reading
I decided to do another variation of the toddler t-shirt dress and also do an official how to make a toddler dress out of a t-shirt tutorial. There are many of these out there, but I wanted one to go with this. I was also asked on how to make the ruffles for the purple dress I did, so I have that included as well.
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I made this shirt for Sadie and am so happy with how it turned out. I saw ths idea on craftster about using freezer paper to make a iron-on stencil and it worked like a charm. I am having a hard time finding the tutorial at this moment, craftster is being slow, but you can find it with a search.
What would you do if your child had long, wild curls that blew in their face all of the time? Some might look for the scissors...but I made head bands. Sure, you can buy them at any grocery store, but you might have all the materials tucked in a tub somewhere. I made these out of favorite outgrown clothing!
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You are the architect for this skirt. No two skirts will be the same as you can choose any combination of fabrics to form the front panel of this skirt. For the back panel: fabric 42 inches wide by 17 inches high For front panel: several scraps of fabric For waistband: 22 inches of waistband elastic
NOTE: I updated my pattern upload so it will print correctly!! My 3 Little Pigs Tutorial is so long I had to break it up into two parts. You can find the instructions for the piggies' houses here . (Click here for more pictures of these guys in action!)
This Blog Friday, January 1, 2010 Tutorials For Little Ones: For Her:
Image from How About Orange If you're like me, then you love pulling out the giant rubbermaid filled to the brim with scarves for Fall. We have so many, I've lost count. It's like seeing old friends again!
I made a basic tote bag. It's for the super cool police officer who led and taught the fifth grade D.A.R.E. program at our school. It will be filled with one hundred seven thank-you letters written by the fifth graders.
When I was at school I hated wearing a uniform. I thought they were ugly and uncomfortable and repressive and totally vile. I resented wearing the same thing every day and couldn't wait to get out of it. But, somewhere along the line since leaving school I seem to have devised my own uniform. It is, mostly, denim skirts.