I [heart] Links: Crafts and projects edition.

Unbelievably cute way to utilize both those jars that we seem to have thousands of and little plastic animals that the babies have lost interest in.

Two takes on turning kids’ artwork into stuffed animals: this seems pretty simple while this one is a bit more complicated. Both are ADORABLE. I can’t imagine how exciting it would be for a child to see their artwork turned into something tangible like this.

Bunting: the Internet fad that still charms me, despite seeing oodles of versions of it. This is a super cute idea for art for a kid’s room.

This is the only link you need for all of your fabric projects. My advice: clear your schedule for about thirty minutes, hit “View All,” and start scrolling.

Oooooohhhhh, my kids would like nothing more than a room filled with these giant poufs.  Wouldn’t it be expensive to fill those with stuffing, though? What about good old fashioned bean bag filler — I wonder if that would be more expensive. Looks like Sam’s has a pretty good price. 

I’m not really a quilt person but this is too, too adorable for words.

Adorable felt garlands!

 

Janie Hightower - March 16, 2012 - 9:01 pm

I think my favorite of all these is the kids’ artwork turned into stuffed animals. That might be what some grandchildren get for their birthdays this year.

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