The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Baby Food Jar Pincushions

Friday, December 17, 2010

Baby Food Jar Pincushions

It's Day 17 of...

On the 1st day of December, 
I crafted and created
A ruffle stocking with a yo-yo. 

On the 3rd day of December,
I crafted and created
An eyeglass pouch with a handy pocket.
 
On the 5th day of December,
I crafted and created
A red, reversible tote with flower pins.

On the 7th day of December,
I crafted and created
A tissue pouch to carry in a purse.

On the 9th day of December,
I crafted and created
A cozy scarf to wear on wintry days.

On the 11th day of December,
I crafted and created
A gift card pouch to give to family and friends.

On the 13th day of December,
I crafted and  created
Bookmarks to mark your place as you read.

On the 15th day of December,
I crafted and created
Felt gift bags that can be filled with candy and goodies.
On the 17th day of December
I crafted and created
Pincushions made from baby food jars.

For this craft, I still incorporated the red felt and the red polka dot fabric that inspired this whole crafty Christmas countdown--The Twelve Crafts of Christmas.  A few more supplies were added though like the baby food jars.  If you have any around your house, here is a great thing to make with them.

3 comments:

  1. Hi! I found your blog through the trendy house, your blog title caught my attention right away, my name is Jennifer Dawn! Don't you love little things like that? You have a great blog though! I think i may just be your newest follower! I hope you come check out my blog also!

    ABeautifullifeforus.blogspot.com

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  2. I've come by way of 504 Main and am delighted by your pin cushions....really like the polkas! :> Hope you have a fantastic weekend!

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  3. These are soo cool! Thanks for sharing!

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