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Bean Bag Tutorial - Sew Like My Mom
First, I just want to say thank you to all of you who reached out, left me comments and sent personal emails about my Grandpa. Thank you for all the thoughts and prayers, words of encouragement, and especially those of you who shared about losses of your own. It’s been overwhelming to see how the life of one man close my heart touched the hearts of so many of you, too. I appreciate your kindness…
As I mentioned in previous posts, Pixie’s birthday is coming up… actually, this Friday. I wanted her gifts to have a rainbow theme. First, I made her a Rainbow Coiled Rag Bowl which I l…
eye spy bean bags
We're all getting ready for school. I can't believe in just a handful of days Bee is off to Kindergarten and in three weeks or so, Lou and I are off to preschool. I thought our eye spy bags needed a little updated to get ready for school. I plan to take them as a little quiet activity. Our old set was a little grubby from many hands and the windows were a little small. I can't remember when I made them, but we've had them for some time. They also smelled so strongly of rice I couldn't stand…
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I love this little guy! He's a bona fide bean bag but also a little deer. He is very well camouflaged in the fallen leaves in my backyard. He is just the right size for little hands to play with. It only took me about an hour to knit his little body and another hour to make his antlers and
I've been in a really crafty mood lately, so I decided to whip up a few bean bags for James to play and learn with. Well, they were so easy to make that a few turned into 18! I made matching pairs for each color/pattern. I was going to give them to James for Christmas, but I couldn't wait. We are having so much fun with them! We throw them, match them, play catch, hit them with rhythm sticks, play hide and seek with them - there is so much you can do!