Friday, August 21, 2009

Military Hats

I found the pattern for this hat online and fell in love with it. It's the "in" style. The girls in my neighborhood decided they all wanted one. So I obliged. I can make them any combination of colors to match personalities. The girls in these pictures were nice enough to let me take a few shots of them in their chosen hats. I'll have to see if I can get a couple shots of the hats straight on, but these girls decided they are best worn at an angle.

$5.00 a hat.

Flower hair clips

I've been expanding my craft muscles and made these really cute hair clips. Mainly I wanted some for my own girls, but they turned out so well that I don't mind selling them. $2.50 each for the big ones and $1.50 each for the little ones. They can be used as hair clips, put on hats, head bands, backpacks, etc. The possibilities are endless!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Draon Taggy

I found this picture a while ago and I've always loved it. So when I started doing taggies, it had to be done. =) I call him Dudley. The back of the taggy is really soft blue fleece, the same fleece that the taggy is laying on.

Airplane Taggy

I decided that I needed a few more boyish taggies, and this is one of them. Simple and straight forward. The back is incredibly soft navy blue fleece.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Ladybug Taggy

This was another ladybug picture that begged to be turned into a taggy. $20 to purchase.

Froggy Taggy

This is the taggy that I made for my son. I found the picture on line and it was so cute I had to turn it into a taggy. He absolutely loves his taggy!

Cherry Taggy

I saw a picture of a pair of gloves that had this picture on it, and had to make a taggy with it. I like the combination of the red and green. $20 to buy it.

Ducky taggy

This taggy was really fun to make. I fell in love with the ribbon and just had to pair it with a duck. $20 if you want to buy it. It makes a great baby shower gift!