For some reason, with all the card making I do, I can never seem to have enough baby cards on hand. Or I have some for just a girl or just a boy. Today’s project, will help bulk up your baby card collection with an easy design and a few quick swipes of the die cutting machine.
By Crochet Contributor Sara. Follow Sara on her blog, Sunflower Crochet Cottage.
Don’t you just love a project that only requires scrap yarn to do? I don’t know about you, but i have a ton of scrap yarn! I raided my stash to find some tiny little balls of scrap yarn just for this project.
Stamp sets with animals on them are very versatile. They’re great for all kinds of card themes such as birthdays, encouragement and friendship. I also like to add them to baby-themed cards since you need all the cuteness you can get with these. For today’s project, I borrowed a few animals from Avery Elle’s Peek A Boo pals set to create a little welcome home card for a new baby.
Do you have, or know of a little that loves the sea and sea creatures? This would be perfect for their room, or even decorations for an under the sea birthday party. And the best part is…it GLOWS in the dark!
My husband tells me I tend to shut doors loudly, or at least that is what he claims when I get up before him. I don’t believe I shut them any louder than he does, but just in case, I wanted to make sure that our baby won’t wake up as soon as someone shuts the nursery door, or really any door upstairs. These cute DIY Door Latch Covers are thin enough that the door still shuts, but the stop the door latch from clicking. These sleep savers are quick and easy to put together.
Nursery prep is well under way, the walls are painted, furniture put together…I must be nesting. Inspired by Pinterest I set out to make a mobile to go over the crib. The mobile is fun, easy and a great way to use up some scrap cardstock or paper that you have in your stash.
I love knitting things for babies because they work up really quickly, allow you to use up some scrap yarn, and look so adorable when finished! These tiny wrapped baby booties are no exception. This knitting pattern is perfect for a beginner looking for a challenge, or an experienced knitter hoping to bust through some yarn in an afternoon.
Here’s what you need: