Andrea Rojčeková

Andrea Rojčeková

Andrea Rojčeková
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Keep kids occupied during travel time! They can sew their own travel tic-tac-toe board and use buttons as game pieces. Instructions from Family Fun magazine here: http://www.parents.com/fun/arts-crafts/sewing/beginner-sewer-projects/?socsrc=pmmpin130708cSewTicTacToe#page=4

Make a Travel Tic-Tac-Toe Game! This portable game mat is dressed up with button playing pieces (taking an expedition to choose them can be part of the fun). If you like, make a little bag for them, using a felt circle and a thread or ribbon tie.

Unravel a Sweater to recycle yarn. This is a great way to support your local goodwill and gain some cheap yarn!

Unravel a Sweater to recycle yarn. This is a great way to support your local goodwill and gain some cheap yarn! I may resort to this for my cheap ideas. may be more trouble than it is worth though.

Yarn Letter Canvas. Outline the letters you like in a board and thread the needle with yarn. Super easy to make in an hour and turns out to be such a great DIY for your decor!

Learn how to string a letter on canvas. Outline the letter using a stencil, create stitches with yarn and then add a second color yarn. Find everything you need for this craft at your local Michaels.

"Sewing with Mommy" one of my two-year-old's favorite activities is to use a round point tapestry needle and some yarn to 'sew' buttons into a caterpillar.  Perfect for restaurants, church, airplanes, and anywhere else little hands need to be quietly entertained :-)

One of my two-year-old's favorite activities is to use a round point tapestry needle and some yarn to 'sew' buttons into a caterpillar. Perfect for restaurants, church, airplanes, and anywhere else little hands need to be quietly entertained :-)