I get totally pumped when I hear from one of my readers that I have inspired them to try something out. It makes my day and blesses me.
Next up Helping Little Hands had a hutch lying in her basement and was inspired by my puppet theater and made one for her children. She used felt on the bottom instead of a chalkboard and look at the fun ideas she has used it for here and here.
Brilliance, I tell ya! Thanks ladies you made my day!
It was totally adorable and I loved how colorful it was. However, it would never stay cinched and it drove me crazy. So I decided since it was already sewn together (similar to the way you are to sew up the fabric key chain) that I would some more. So I cut it up…sorry Paula. Then I stitched the two sides together (with the purse clip on it). In Amy’s tutorials she then used ribbon and sewed it on. However, I always had a tough time sewing through all the layers. So I stitched up two sides of some fabric and hot glued it in place. Since it has stitches on it already from the above step, it appeared like I sewed it on. I know I am a cheater and I LOVES IT.
The I remembered another belt I had in my closet that I never wore that looked like a tie.
I cut that up and made some key chains also. The Paula Prass fabric happened to match the tie belt. It was meant to be! Thanks Amy for the original inspiration! Lastly if you want to be inspired head over to The Creative Party Place to check out the mecca of party ideas, favors, invitations, cakes and tons more.
She is also hosting a giveaway this week for some cute cards.