With winter in full swing, there’s sure to be a glove or two that goes astray. What to do with its lonely only other half… Glove Bunny!!
This Baby Glove Bunny only takes one glove to make. A chop-chop here and a stitch stitch there, here a stuff, there a stuff and there you have it.
I have included a visual layout of how to transform your stray glove into a precious little softie, below. The dashed lines need to be cut with sharp scissors and then sewed together
The two middle fingers are turned into the bunny arms, the legs are cut up from the wrist and sewed apart. The face details can either be stitched on, or adorned with buttons and trim. Be creative… this is only a jumping point!!
For recycled stuffing ideas see my post on Stray Sock Stuffing.
And for the mama of all glove bunnies… see my newest post, Coco: the glove bunny!!
It’s so simple I almost didn’t post it: one long strand of leather, a beautiful bead and a couple knots.
It doubles as a necklace… I will take pictures soon!
The fun of holiday baking doesn’t have to end just yet… just don’t eat these cookies!!
It was a chilly cold weekend, so we stayed in and made salt dough cutouts. This is a fun, squishy, messy, crafty activity that children of all ages can enjoy.
** To make the dough add 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt and about 3/4 of a cup of water to a large mixing bowl, roll up your sleeves, and squish together until it forms a moldable mass. (this is the fun part!!) Should it be too stiff, add more water a tiny bit at a time. For more fun, food coloring can be added to the mix. **
After the dough was done, we rolled it out and started cutting shapes with play dough toys. Meanwhile, I started warming the oven to 350, so we could bake the shapes to crispy perfection. (about 20 minutes, depending on the thickness of the cutouts)
A few story books later, we painted the cooled cooked shapes with tempura paints and played with the fun little character pieces.
Check out another fun salt dough project here.