We have been reading this book:
And so we went on a hunt for pockets and raided our worn out cargo pants… some pockets with velcro were perfect!!!
When we posted our brilliant bag bonanza a couple of weeks ago one of the bags we posted was a pocket bag… so we made a couple of pocket bags…
Then we added some faces:
And we used fabric paints to dress them:
And suddenly we had a crowd…
Once the paints were dry we tackled them with fabric markers:
A quick iron to set the paints and here we were:
And then we had se7en million pocket bags, ready to stuff with treasures!!!
This Post is part of The Thirty Minute Mom’s Challenge at Steady Mom.
16 Replies to “Se7en Quick Pockets for Corduroy…”
stop yourself. Just stop yourself. This is too cool for words!!!!!!!!!!
Hay JK, GLad you like them!!!
Hay KM, I did stop… didn’t you notice my disastrous blog week last week!!! Nothing was working!!! My computer choked on 45 000 photographs – I kid you not and I finally had to do some photographic maintenance… at the same time hubs upgraded software and changed a whole lot of hardware… I tell you it was very nearly the end of se7en +1 !!!! But we appear to be back… in a staggering frustrated kind of a way!!! So be ready for us to be winding out posts again!!! Hope you have a fun weekend!!!
What a great idea – those turned out so cute!
Thanks Mom in Madison…your little “birdlet’s” are too darling for words.
Oooh what a clever bit of upcycling! Love it. And love that the children pesonalised their little bags. Adorable!
Thanks for linking up to Kids Get Crafty – LOVE seeing your crafs each week!!! You Rock!
Thanks Maggy, We love playing along too!!! Hope you have a great week!!!
Hi Mermaid, Thanks so much for stopping by, glad you liked the pockets!!! Have a great day!!!