"So be careful to live your life wisely, not foolishly."
Ephesians 5 v 15 & 16
Happy leap year everyone!
|with automatic flash|
|Dries so much quicker this way|
Presiding over the laundry room is Pebble the cat who loves sleeping in the warm room.
Do you have any top laundry tips to share? I would love to hear them!
|I must get round to painting this highchair!|
|Falling apart but still readable after thirty years!|
|Still icy at midday|
|I really love all the colourful seaside houses|
|Special day selection boxes for breakfast!|
|First step - cut out|
2. Sew hearts together right side facing together, leave a gap of about three centimetres, along a straight side.
| a: Thirdly turn right side out|
|c: then sew together using tiny stitches|
|b: and fill|
3. Turn inside out, stuff with toy filler and then sew up neatly
4. Using a needle with a large eye (tapestry needles work well) thread a ribbon through the top.
You could add a button
I plan to make a set for the family and embroider a name on each one, so simple I think I will get the children to make their own.
Who will you make a hanging heart for?