I made these cute little felt cookies for Boo’s play kitchen and grocery store. Stephanie Corfee made the cute little “sweet treat” printables for baked goods and I used for the label!
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Need a project for all those Instagram photos? I made these little sachets for a gift for Mr. LBB. They are filled with cedar shavings to put in his closet and drawers….or he can just prop them up on his dresser. I made one for my mother as well and filled it with scented potpourri. I want to make a few more filled with beans/barley as baby gifts! Father’s day is coming up……they would make great little gifts for the special dad in your life!
First, I emailed a few photos to myself from my Instagram feed. (Come find me on Instagram! @lilblueboo) Then I printed them out 4.5″ x 4.5″ in size onto transfer paper. There are various types of transfer paper: use a light version for white and light colored fabrics and opaque transfer paper for dark colored fabrics.
Boo loves to have her own toy version of things we do in the kitchen for her playroom……and recently making tea came up. So today we made some tea bags and a cute little box to store them in. Super simple project!
First, I cut out 2 pieces of white felt, 2 pieces of purple felt and 1 pieces of ribbon for each tea bag:
Next, I sew three sides of the tea bag leaving the top open:
I filled the tea bags with wild rice so that it actually resembled tea in color:
As I sewed the the top of each bag shut, I slipped one end of the piece of ribbon inside:
I sewed the top part of the bag together and inserted the other end of the ribbon inside:
Finished tea bags!
I found this cute little wood box at Micheal’s for $1.00:
I made a vinyl shelf paper stencil using my Silhouette Machine to say “TEA” and masked out the areas I didn’t want to paint. A little fan of the spray paint over the stencil is all I needed:
The finished set. I love toys that have their own storage container:
Time for tea!