Wednesday, April 15, 2009


As you all know I love working with felt. It is a fun medium to work can do it as well. I thought I would share with you all some toys you can make at home wtth your kids....Let their imagination run....if I were a parent with crafting kids I would purchase a rolling set of would have felt, one with the supplies, one drawer with scraps....with felt you never throw away can always use them.

We need to get back to making toys.....I remember the ones that were made for me as a child and I loved them.
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Remember making yarn dolls? Now dress the in felt....too cute

Flower Fairies...these are fun!

I have made these for kids that are sick in the hospital.....I make a set and put them in a school box. Kids love them.

Make felt food for your kids play kitchens

Make Finger puppets
(you can stuff these and make them into toys....)
These are fun to make!


4 comments: said...

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Nana Trish is Living the Dream said...

Thanks for joining my followers. I am excited to see you are in LaGrange. We are pretty close. I was reading your other blog and I enjoyed your writing. I love it that we have stuff in common. If you'd like email me at I pray you have a great day and the things you make are adorable. My granddaughter would love making them so I need to get some materials and we could do it as a project. She's my sweetie. Later, Trish

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A Gracious Home said...

You are talented and make it sound easy. You must enjoy making toys. I enjoy your blog. God bless you, Doylene