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« on: January 01, 2011 07:05:45 AM »

I made this sit sack for my nephew's bd. Here it's modeled by my younger dd (my favourite "male" took pics with the kids while I was busy making the cake so it's not position as it should be (it has the back part as well but they kind of squished it Wink)

 It's made from a dark blue very sturdy canvas, filled with EVERYTHING I had on hand (I ran out of Styrofoam filling, used the cut foam, fabric scraps, drier's lint,...)

The green bushes are made from fleece and have Velcro sewn on it (the dark blue lines) so that the kids will be able to attack different animals I'll make from felt to it and reposition them as they will please. I'll put pics if we visit them and photo it in action:

I hope you like it! All comments very wellcome!
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2011 07:32:51 AM »

What an amazing job!
I would LOVE that in my room!
All my stuffed animals could finally have a home on those velcro strips!
BDW, both kids are SUPERcute Cheesy

It's not my fault paper and glue talk to me
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2011 04:25:16 AM »

I have to make different animals from thick felt ant put Velcro on them so he'll be able to play as planed. Until than it'll be just sit sack - but I guess that's OK since his mom wanted to buy one (luckily she didn't). I'll post the animals (pumas mostly - he loves pumas!) when I get the thick felt so I can make them (couldn't get it before - I live in a small country...)
PS: thank you on compliment on my kids - they are prefect to me, of course, but my opinion is heavily biased as I am their mom Grin.
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