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newimagegal
« on: April 27, 2010 10:07:17 AM »

Have your kids help out in the kitchen by making these simple to create kitchen playset accessories!  From basic fruits to your cooking essentials of milk and any variety of boxes, you can find a wonderful source of inspiration here!



For more detailed instructions, please visit here:
http://www.newimageco.biz/scripts/silverware.exe/extpage@D:/DFS/ELEVCLIENTS/NEWIMAGE/ELEVATOR.FXP?page=PROJECT86

Required Supplies:
Scissors
Quick Dry Craft Glue
Fiber Filling
Tape
Paper Clips
12 x 18 EZ Felt Sheets
1 9 x 12 Yellow Soft Felt Sheet
1 9 x 12 Pirate Green Soft Felt Sheet
1 9 x 12 Tangerine Soft Felt Sheet
1 9 x 12 Red Soft Felt Sheet
1 9 x 12 Cocoa Soft Felt Sheet
1 Pack of Stick-It Felt Squares
Kitchen Set Template (available here: http://www.newimageco.biz/pdfs/Kitchensettemplate.pdf)


Optional:
Stick-It Felt 1" Letters & Numbers


Instructions:
APPLE:
1) Using the apple, stem, and apple leaf template pieces,cut out the following felt pieces:
     9 x 12 Red Soft Felt Sheet:
          2 Apple Pieces

     9 x 12 Cocoa Soft Felt Sheet:
          1 Apple Stem

     9 x 12 Pirate Soft Felt Sheet:
          1 Apple Leaf

2) Place an outline of glue on one of your apple pieces, leaving a 3" gap on the top. You will stuff the apple though this spot when the glue dries.


3) Place other apple piece on top of glue piece. Let dry according to glue instructions.

4) While apple piece is drying, roll the rectangle for the stem into a cylinder. Place a dab of glue on edge to keep in place.


5) Once apple has dried, use fiber filling to stuff apple to your liking.

6) Place glue on openings and place stem in the middle. Secure in place with tape while glue dries.


7) Glue apple leaf in desired location.



ORANGE:
1) Using the orange and orange leaf template pieces,cut out the following felt pieces:
     9 x 12 Tangerine Soft Felt Sheet:
         2 Orange Pieces

     9 x 12 Pirate Soft Felt Sheet:
         2 Orange Leaves

2) Place an outline of glue on one of your orange pieces, leaving a 3" gap on the top. You will stuff the orange though this spot when the glue dries.


3) Place other orange piece on top of glued piece. Let dry according to glue instructions.

4) Once orange has dried, use fiber filling to stuff the orange to your liking.

5) Place glue on openings and close up orange. Secure into place with tape while glue dries.


6) Glue orange leaves in desired location.



BANANA:
1) Using the banana template pieces,cut out the following felt pieces:
     9 x 12 Yellow Soft Felt Sheet:
         2 Banana Pieces

2) Place an outline of glue on one of your banana pieces, leaving a 3" gap on the top. You will stuff the banana though this spot when the glue dries.


3) Place other banana piece on top of glued piece. Let dry according to glue instructions.

4) Once banana has dried, use fiber filling to stuff the banana to your liking.

5) Place glue on openings and close up banana. Secure into place with tape while glue dries.




LIME:
1) Using the lime template pieces,cut out the following felt pieces:
     9 x 12 Pirate Soft Felt Sheet:
         2 Lime Pieces

2) Place an outline of glue on one of your lime pieces, leaving a 3" gap on the top. You will stuff the lime though this spot when the glue dries.


3) Place other lime piece on top of glued piece. Let dry according to glue instructions.

4) Once lime has dried, use fiber filling to stuff the lime to your liking.

5) Place glue on openings and close up lime. Secure into place with tape while glue dries.




JUICE/MILK CARTON:
1) Using the carton template piece,cut out the carton shape from your EZ Felt sheet.

2) Keep the template piece on top of your cut out shape and fold along the dotted lines.


3) Using glue, glue side seams together. Use tape to hold into place while glue dries.


4) Glue bottom together using glue. Use tape to hold into place.

5) Glue the top shut with your glue. We suggest using paper clips to keep in place while drying.


6) Decorate the front with Stick-It Felt Squares to indicate what kind of juice it is.



CEREAL BOX:
1) Using the cereal box template piece,cut out the box shape from your EZ Felt sheet.

2) Keep the template piece on top of your cut out shape and fold along the dotted lines.


3) Using glue, glue side seams together. Use tape to hold into place while glue dries.


4) Glue the top and bototm together using glue. Use tape to hold into place.

5) Decorate the front with Stick-It Felt Squares and 1" Letters & Numbers to indicate what kind of item is in there.
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« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2010 08:47:02 AM »

Thanks for the tutorial and templates!!

OMG..I've been wanting to make felt goodies for my niece and my sewing machine hates felt! I found that out after cutting a good amount of cupcake pieces and donut pieces.

Thank you so much!!
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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2010 07:30:10 PM »

You had me at "no-sew."  Grin Grin

Wonderful!
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« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2010 04:30:21 PM »

Thanks for the tutorial! I used it to make some for my little cousin's b-day.  Grin

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« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2010 11:36:17 AM »

No sew is right up my alley, I might actually be able to make these, lol.
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« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2010 11:09:04 PM »

ABSOLUTELY LOVE THESE! THEY LOOK SO AWESOMELY EASY
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« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2010 04:29:22 AM »

wow.... they're very nice..... very lovely Grin
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