I decided to make a new sewing machine cover. I wanted lighter and prettier this time, and chose this flower print. It was not the quilted material I usually use, so I inserted heavy pellon to give it more substance, and doubled the flowered material. When I looked through my buttons to find something to wrap the ribbon around, I found these fairy buttons. As a child I believed that fairies lived in the flower gardens, so these seemed just right.
These are bookmarks for a class I am teaching at church. This master makes ten bookmarks. I added dark brown ribbon to some, ivory ribbon to others, and a small star sticker to the circle in the key. I printed them off on cardstock, I used a fancier cardstock that was light brown and had a slight marbling pattern to it, that made it look older. This was a quote I wanted to emphasize in this class, and the bookmarks are for their teacher manuals.
Here are some. I ran out of wood forms to paint and can't get them in town, so more will have to follow at a later date. Maybe I will figure out how to make a Stuffy by then. :S
Left to right? The Wicked King, Hallie, Doc, Lambie and CeCe.
My daughter talked me into making these for her nephew. I bought the hats at a craft store. These aren't the best pictures when you blow them up and you can't even see the black cowboy hat in the 2nd one, but here they are.
The little one got the PJ Mask play figures for Christmas with all the characters except Night Ninja and the Ninjalinos. The other day I found a Night Ninja, but no Ninjalinos. This is my version of the Ninjalinos, made out of the peg people forms you buy in craft stores (but not for children who put things in their mouth). I was glad I looked them up online, because for some reason I spaced that Ninjalinos are dark purple and Night Ninja is dark blue, but other than that they look the same, only smaller. Of course you can't forget the teeny weeny Ninjalino, who is much smaller than the rest. One of these days I might actually do the whole PJ Mask set, but it isn't today.