Actually figuring out how to make a pattern, finding the time to do it, and then actually doing it are three different things. I have felt super guilty. That said, I think this should be quite timely for Easter baskets?!
Sugar Bush. Red Heart. Susan Bates.
I've been seeing these really cool black grape vine pumpkins all over the place this but was shocked at the prices. So I set out to make my own. You need a little patience, the steps require drying time so the project takes a few days, but I'm loving the end result and the price can't be beat.
Tape measure Pencil Clamps Bench vice Steel rule Jigsaw and fine-cut blade 12mm wood chisel Sanding block grit and grit sandpaper Ponal wood glue Rust-Oleum Painters Touch - in choice of colour fischer UX universal plug and screws. On A1 and B1, mark a centre-line for the base of the centre notch and a centre-line across the width. Working from the centre, measure mm to mark the centre of each notch for B1 and 95mm for A1, then mark the notches.
Imogene Witch. Designed by Ursula Michael. This little darling will bring humor and sweetness to your Halloween decorations. Set aside an hour a day to do some stitching, and you'll have her finished in no time.
Each one of these books has been paired with a great craft or activity that work on a variety of skills in a playful way. Click on the book title and you will be taken to Amazon through and affiliate link to check out the book. Click on the craft and you will be taken to the full craft tutorial so you can see the step by step instructions to make it with your child.