Here is another page that I really enjoyed making. I do not have a pattern but I’m sure you could find one by googling fish bowl coloring pages. This was another page that I wanted to get out of the way early, but it took me a little bit to figure out the way I wanted it done. I must say I love the way it turned out. I must find another way to add the eyes because the ones I had did not stay on. The colors are very simple and so is the sewing.
I used a simple back stitch on the inside of the coral, I used a running stitch on the outside of the coral and the sand, I also used the running stitch on the fish bowl. I just sewed the center of the star fish instead of around the edges.
I used a back stitch to make the fins, and a simple stitch around the snag free Velcro I attached to the back of the fish, I also used a blanket stitch to attach the 2 pieces for the fish together.
I used a blue, white, golden yellow, green, tan, and like green felt. I also used a small piece of gold glitter foam for the starfish. I used embroidery thread according to the colors I used.
This is a simple page, I have no template I just took the idea of a stoplight and made it as basic as I could. I didn’t want to over do it by adding to much, the words would have been a great touch but my son can’t read yet so I figured that would be something I could add later. Everything was simple and basic because to much could be confusing for a 1 year old.
The name of the colors, or what each color means would have been a great touch to the circles.
I used a white background felt, a golden yellow for the stoplight, green, neon yellow, and red. I also used 3 snaps, the sew on kind are fine but I used the ones that require the snap setter. I used a small piece of black ribbon for the loop at the top. I used a silver embroidery floss( the shiny one) to stitch everything together, I used a blanket stitch for most of the sewing. There is so much you can add to this page or you can leave it simple. I finished the page in just a few hours
The Itsy Bitsy Spider crawled up the water spout.
Down came the rain, and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun, and dried up all the rain,
And the Itsy Bitsy Spider went up the spout again.
This page is just too cute not to love. It turns a lullaby into something you can play with as you sing the song. I love how it shows the whole story, and the lady bug is just so cute. There is so much You can do to this page to make it unique, but I chose to leave it simple. I’m sure you could add some flowers or a bird or frog into the grass. I think the idea of a mud puddle hiding under a flap is a great idea.
I chose to make the legs of my spider silver ribbon because it makes it look girly, alone with the purple house and pink pipe. This page was made for a girl, but I will also be doing a boys version of this page but I will be changing the lady bug to a Beatle.
A Voice Recorder that lets you record you singing the lullaby would make a great addition to this page. The pattern and details for this page are at Imagine Our Life
This is a page idea I love for my daughter, it teaches her how to match and it is just cute.
I changed the colors a little bit. But everything is just like the pattern, it is very easy to make. The hardest time Ipad was trying to get the vinyl to stay in the door, while sewing it with a toddler next to me.
Patterns and details are at Imagine Our Life.
I think this is one of my favorite pages because it is the first moving part I made. My son loves it but I am scared he will rip it apart because he is not easy with anything. The Forklift is a great page for any little boy and it’s pretty simple too. I used a pattern from Imagine Our Life and it’s almost like hers, but I changed a few things only because I didn’t have the same items available.
I love how this page teaches different things like up and down, counting, and how to stack things. The wheels also turn around. I used brass fasteners to hold them into place because I like the way it looked. Also on the bottom crate the attaches to the bottom of the for lift I added lines to the top to make it more like a wood crate, and I used cream felt instead of natural. I used tan felt for the bottom and I did not use pinking shears for the wheels because I do not have any.
For details about how to place it together and what to use go to forklift page, she has all of the details to make this page and so many more. Enjoy!
Well let me start off by telling you a little bit about myself and what this blog will be about.
My name is Victoria, I am 20 years old and I have 2 amazing children 4, and 1 which is what has inspired me to start doing crafts. I am new to blogging but not new to the world of crafts I have been sewing for about 5 years, but that bring me to tell you what this blog will be about. Recently I started making quiet books for my children. I get most of my patterns from Imagine Our Life she does amazing work, and will keep you coming back for more. I have made a few patterns on my own but I am just not that great at coming up with them. Also I will be doing other things like around the house ideas from Pintrest, and other crafts like purses, diaper bags, and simply and idea I may have. I hope you enjoy reading and crafting. Stay tuned I will have my first quiet book page up soon.