It's paper? Yes, No? No, it's not paper but a beautifully designed fabric that makes the shorts look more interesting. Yeah, these paperbag shorts are extremely stylish yet so easy and quick to pattern once you follow the free tutorial made available below. Your kids will definitely love these super comfy shorts. It’s still summer, so let's do shorts all the way for the holidays! Materials needed: Woven Fabric – 1/2 yard Lining Fabric – 8″ x 11″. Use self or lighter weight fabric Elastic – 1...
Today we will make the Pleated Square Tunic because we have a highly explicit tutorial to take us through the entire process effortlessly. This tunic is a very popular garment that offers both style and comfortability, so it enjoys immense patronage. It allows kids to be free while playing and it also looks stylish. You can see now why it is necessary to dive in and sew the tunic for your kids! Materials needed: 3/4 yard main fabric 1/4 yard for trim
Enrich your toys arsenal with the amazing T-Rex Plush set. A child's toys can't be too many now, can they? Not with all the lockdowns and sit at homes. We are advantaged to have the free sewing pattern here today, so quickly hit the tutorial button and get to work friends! You can make these cuties in different colors and gift out to orphanage homes too! Materials needed: Fabric Thread Stuffing Basic sewing tools
Hi there. Isn't this just simply ingenious as well as lovely! Would you believe that this lovely lantern is made from paper? Yes, paper! And this is something you can easily do yourself. All you need to do is follow the steps in the tutorial and voila! You have yourself this beautiful lantern which gives a nice look to the decor. This lantern gives me Aladdin vibes. Your kids will definitely be thrilled! Materials needed: 2 sheets of construction paper, or colored paper Tape Ruler Paper cutter ...
Hey, our soft teddies are here again! Remember them? Yeah, this tutorial sure brings the process back to my mind. So, we can keep upgrading our teddy bear family. Simply follow the crochet pattern and the teddies are ready! Materials needed: 4mm crochet hook Medium weight yarn 10mm safety eyes Tapestry needle Scissors Stuffing Black embroidery thread
Still on summer things friends! How do you see this unique beach toys mesh bag? Great, isn't it? Yes, I think it's great too. Makes for responsibility on a beach day out. The how-to tutorial is only a button away so hit it and get working on this bag right away! Materials needed: Two rectangles of 15”x20” of mesh Two rectangles of 3”x20” of the cotton print, for the strips Two rectangles of 6”x20” of the cotton print, for the upper bands Two snaps (or hoop & loop tape, aka Velcro, if...
Hello house, here comes Sandra the mermaid at our crochet tips. Isn't she lovely as well as fashionable? So will the kids feel when we complete this beautiful piece. So friends, pick up your hooks and bring Sandra to life? Materials needed: Yarn Crochet hook 3.5mm Safety eyes 8mm Yarn needle Stitch marker Scissors Pins Fiberfill
Hmmmm. Hugs and kisses are what comes to mind with this baby hat sun bonnet. Close your eyes and picture this lovely hat on a lovely someone . I did this and straight on to search, ecstatic when I saw that you can DIY so, get going, the babes are waiting! Materials needed: Pattern 1/2 yard of fabric Scissors Iron Thread Pins Sewing machine
My quilt lovers, I’m here with another one! Quilting can be quite addictive, heh! I just love making them. Do you have new parents around you? Maybe you want to gift them something? Well, quilts are a good option. Materials needed: Fabric Basic Sewing Supplies
Key chains are one of the easiest things to make. They are perfect to make with kids at camp this summer. Just like bracelets, key chains are very popular! Macrame keychains are very beautiful and can be made in different colors. Materials needed: 5 meters of waxed cotton cord, 2mm thick 2 wooden beads 1 - 25mm wide swivel lobster clip
I’ve been doing tie dye since I was in like grade 1. It’s really fun and I always get excited waiting to see the final results. Tie dye is trending right now. Everyone seems to have a tie dye T-shirt in their wardrobe. A lot of stores also display tie dye clothing but we all know they can be pricey. If you are on a budget, you can just make them yourself. You can even sell tie dye T-shirts! Materials needed: Cotton T-Shirt Tie Dye Kit Dye Bottles Rubber Bands Rubber/Plastic Gloves Plastic D...
It’s holiday season and the kids won’t be going to school until the fall. They spend most times at the park and sometimes they are indoors. When they are indoors the house can get crazy, so a lot of indoor activities are usually planned. Ball games are always a hit! Materials needed: Crochet hook Yarn Stuffing
Did you know that accessories can be made by melting beads? I bet your kids will find this very cool. It’s like science, how beautiful the beads melt and come together. Such beauty! You can use these accessories for bookmarks, hair clips, notice board pins and so much more. Materials needed: color pony beads parchment paper toaster oven
Kids of all ages love slime. Some adults love slime too, I think it helps calm down one’s nerves.They come in different colors, textures and scents. The process of making them is just so interesting. Today, I’ll be sharing a simple tutorial on how to make saline solution slime. Materials needed: 1/2 cup Clear or White PVA School Glue 1 tablespoon Saline Solution (must contain boric acid and sodium borate). Good brands include Target Up and Up as well as Equate brand! 1/2 cup of Water 1/4-1/2 tsp Bak...
Kinetic sand helps kids relax and calm down. When the kids are on holiday, it can get crazy is the house.Kinetic sand really comes to the rescue. It helps develop fine motor skills and is good for adults with anxiety. Most importantly, it’s easy to make. Materials needed: 2 Cups of Craft Sand (color of your choice from craft store) 1 TBSP Corn Starch 1 tsp Dawn Dish Soap Water (start with ¼ cup and add as needed)