I love my Kindle Fire. It fits great in my purse and I can read my favorite book The Child Whisperer, connect and follow up with Pinterest or Facebook and it keeps bored kids entertained with a game why we sit and wait in carpool lines or sporting events for their older Sisters.
Let’s face it bib’s can be expensive to buy and when my kids were toddlers it was hard to find nice big bibs. A friend made me bib’s made out of a tip towel or tea towel that were my favorites and when I saw these cute towels in the Dollar Spot at Target on clearance I decided to give it a try. I bought these several years ago in the spring when my niece was a newborn and just now finally getting around to making them for her (she will be 2 in a couple of weeks) and now she has a younger brother. Truth be told I found them in the bag still when I was cleaning and moving my sewing stuff around…that’s a way to remind yourself of old project’s to finish!
I’ve seen Valentine heart felt garland pictures floating through Blog Land and decided to tackle this a Valentine Décor Project for my home. It was super easy and inexpensive to make. I’ve seen it used for a very cute photography prop for Valentine pictures with the kids or you can decorate with it like I did. There are so many variations you could use with colors and even size or shapes of hearts. I stuck to the basics of 5 colors and 1 size of heart shape.
Supplies: 5 Sheets of felt any color you would like, freezer paper, heart pattern, printer, scissors, iron, sewing machine and thread.