November 17 ~ Gifts for Imaginative Friends

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Help imaginations soar with today’s gift ideas!We select winners tomorrow for our second week of Handmade Holidays giveaways. Be sure to visit each post and comment to win!

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These Animal Ear Headbands from Stacy at Hart + Sew are adorable!
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Miriam at Mad Mim writes, “I believe stick-horses to be one of the staples of childhood toys– right along side Lincoln Logs and Legos.” Make a Strapping Stick Horse today!
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Anda Corrie from Etsy shares this pretty Fabric Play Crown on the Spoonflower blog.
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Imaginative Friends on the go will love these portable Crayon Booklets from Cherie at You + Mie
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We recently shared 20 Favorite Costume Tutorials here at Sew,Mama,Sew! Don’t you think a Scrappy Unicorn Hoodie or Dinosaur (or Dragon) Tail would be nice under the tree this year?!
spacer Pizza Chef’s Hat
Add some fun to the kitchen (or a play kitchen) with Delia’s Pizza Chef’s Hat at Delia Creates.
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Who knows what will be possible with this Magic Wand from Lainie at maker*land?!
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Ashley shows you how to Turn a Drawing Into a Doll (or Stuffed Toy) with this helpful tutorial at Make It and Love It.

Bag a Day

There are so many beautiful bags to love out there… We’re sharing one bag tutorial every day this month for you to sew and give.

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Beverly writes that her Linen + Ruffles Coin Purse would be “super cute as a little gift card holder…” Find the tutorial at Flamingo Toes.

Related tutorials you might just love: Passion for Parties, Passion for Imagination, Passion for Play, Gifts for Imaginative Friends

Here are just a few fabrics perfect for some of today’s projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Liz’s choice Kristin’s choice Gabrien’s choice

Mix It

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Make grain-free and gluten-free Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Carrie at Deliciously Organic!

Print It

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We want to get this Thanksgiving Play Set to you with plenty of time to spare for Thanksgiving prep. The free printables and felt patterns from How Does She… look like a lot of fun to play with while you wait for the turkey!

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

Knitting in Circles (US Winners Only)

Author: Nicky Epstein
Publisher: Potter Craft

One knitted circle can become a stylish hat or an adorable shrug. Two, and you have a unique handbag or cover-up. Knit more circles, and you can make show-stopping scarves, capes, sweaters, afghans— Even a stunning lace dress. Only Nicky Epstein, always on the cutting edge of knitwear design, could dream up these innovative garments and accessories that all start with a simple shape. Mix and match to your heart’s content with 100 circles and 20 inspiring projects that feature everything from cables to rich colorwork, delicate lace, and over-the-top embellishments. You’ll find step-by-step techniques on how to knit circles, both in the round and flat, plus expert guidance on customizing the projects, with unique cut-and-paste circle templates to design your own styles.

Reinvention: Sewing with Rescued Materials (US Winners Only)

Author: Maya Donenfeld
Publisher: Wiley

Advancements in technology have increased the pace of our lives. As a response, a vibrant DIY movement has risen to reclaim age old traditions that reconnect us to slower and simpler times. With this in mind, blogger Maya Donenfeld offers a guide to working with her favorite recycled materials. You’ll find linen, burlap, wool and more with details on their history, deconstruction techniques, sewing tips, and information about their environmental impact. Reinventing everyday materials into extraordinary items of beauty and utility for the modern home and family will excite new and experienced sewers alike.

The Colette Sewing Handbook: Inspired Styles and Classic Techniques for the New Seamstress (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Sarai Mitnick
Publisher: Krause Publications

Five simple fundamentals can help you perfect any sewing project: a thoughtful plan, a precise pattern, a fantastic fit, a beautiful fabric, and a fine finish. With these five core ideas, The Colette Sewing Handbook shows you how to start sewing the wardrobe of your dreams.

Includes five beautiful patterns for modern classic pieces, including a scalloped-hem skirt, flutter-sleeve blouse, sweetheart neck sheath dress, asymmetrical flounce dress, and a lined dress with gathered sleeves. Each project will help you put the fundamentals into practice as you sew.

Check out a digital preview for The Colette Sewing Handbook!

Bead Embroidery Stitch Sample (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: CRK Design/Yasuko Endo
Publisher: Interweave Press

Now you can combine your love of handstitching and beautiful beads to make delightfully original trims and embellishments. Bead Embroidery Stitch Samples will show you how to add beads to all your favorite embroidery stitches, creating delicate details that are perfect for gifts or personal treasures.

Inside, you’ll find dozens of stitch patterns that incorporate beads, ranging from elegantly simple single motifs to complex all-over patterns to three-dimensional designs. Along with step-by-step instructions, you’ll see numerous examples of how the authors have added these beaded motifs to hems, pockets, cuffs, collars, and handbags, or used them as home dรฉcor trim on pillows, curtains, and lampshades. The patterns inside emphasize beaded edgings and trims, as opposed to heavy, solid beaded fabric motifs found in other beaded embroidery books. You’ll be inspired and charmed as you discover endless ways to make lovely patterns with beads and stitchery.

With just embroidery threads and simple beads, you will set your work apart with dazzling details and exquisite beauty.

Learn more with a digital preview for Bead Embroidery Stitch Sample!

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2011 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas.

16 ~ Deck the Halls
15 ~ Gifts for Girlfriends
14 ~ Gifts for Babies
13 ~ Gifts for Hostesses
12 ~ Gifts for Crafters
11 ~ Gifts for Big Kids
10 ~ Gifts for Whimsical Friends
9 ~ Deck the Halls
8 ~ Gifts for Cooks
7 ~ Gifts for Pet Lovers
6 ~ Gifts for Moms + Grandmas
5 ~ Gifts for Tweens + Teens
4 ~ Gifts for Organizers
3 ~ Gifts for Travelers
2 ~ Deck the Halls
1 ~ Gifts for Little Kids

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216 Responses to November 17 ~ Gifts for Imaginative Friends

  1. The crayon booklet will be perfect for our upcoming travels!

  2. Genevieve in Ontario, Canada says:

    ohhh. the prizes today are especially wonderful!

  3. Jennifer in NH says:

    My nieces will LOVE the animal ear headbands!

  4. Sara says:

    Umm…that doll is too cute!

  5. Mel in wv says:

    It is really lovely how simple ideas can be so great, like the animal ears.

  6. Natalie says:

    One of my favorite posts this year so far. Really love all the ideas. I could be partial though… I really enjoy making things for my girls.

  7. deborah b. in AZ says:

    everything here is awesome. and now i am hungry for pumpkin whoopie pies.

  8. Robynn says:

    Love the wands, so cute

  9. KeriCan says:

    Those animal ears are too cute!

  10. Trish says:

    So many great ideas!

  11. Heather K says:

    I need those pumpkin whoopie pies!

  12. Mhairi says:

    I love the crayon party favours and the magic wand. This is a brilliant idea.
    Thanks once again.

  13. Cinnamon says:

    Loving the animal ears headband idea!

  14. Amy in CO says:

    The coin purse is adorable. Might have to try it out!

  15. Martha says:

    The crown looks like something I could actually accomplish with my scattered brain these days!

  16. amber says:

    that coin purse is amazing!

  17. Stacy says:

    LOVE the coin purse!

  18. Erika says:

    I want to add the Colette book to my library so bad

  19. Dorothy says:

    Great tutorials and great book prizes!

  20. tracy reed says:

    i love teh headbands with ears.

  21. Fenna says:

    the colette book would be a great addition to my collection ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. Kimberly N says:

    Love these ideas. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve been wanting to make a crayon book for my daughter.

  23. erin says:

    LOVE the stick horse…have been wanting to make one for my little boy, but did not have the first clue how to!

  24. SewLindaAnn says:

    Love the animal ears. They would make a great gift for kids along with a matching handmade softie of the same animal. Also, I’m so glad you’re doing the bag a day again, I love that.

  25. Grace in CA says:

    What fun projects to make for the kids I love and what beautiful and inspiring looking books!

  26. M.F.Peterson says:

    I want to make ALL of these!

  27. Mary says:

    My little kids would love some of those outfits to be made.

    Mary in MN

  28. Gina says:

    drawings into dolls = pure awesomeness.

  29. Trina in MA says:

    I’ve been meaning to make a fabric crown.

  30. Molly Martin says:

    This is my favorite collection so far!

  31. Kristen Powell says:

    what great ideas today and love those prizes!!

  32. Meagan says:

    The animal ear headbands are such a fun idea!

  33. Gigi in NJ says:

    I would love to make one of my son’s superhero drawing into a doll. So cute!

  34. Barbara says:

    Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

  35. Sarah McGrath says:

    I love the crayon party favours!

  36. wendy says:

    So many projects not enough time!

  37. Prachi says:

    My nephew would love the stick horse !

  38. Galatina says:

    Think I might have to make a crown for a special girl this afternoon.

  39. usairdoll in CA says:

    Love the coin purse and pumpkin whoopie pie? Can life get any better? hehe. Great!

    Thank you and all the sponsors for awesome giveaways and the chances to win.


  40. Lindsay says:

    Those pumpkin whoopie pies look so good!

  41. My son would LOVE those animal headbands for his dress-up bin! So cute!!

  42. Anya says:

    Pumpkin whoopie pies—yummy!!

  43. Carmen in WI says:

    I think I bookmarked every single one of your links this time – thanks!

  44. Mandi says:

    Turn drawings into dolls/toys… great!

  45. Kim McMichael says:

    Those animal headbands are a riot. What little kid wouldn’t want one of those?

  46. Lori in MD says:

    Gluten-free whoopee pies??!?! Sign me up!

  47. Marie says:

    I love the ruffles on the coin purse and cute idea of turning the drawing into a doll. Be fun to see what nieces and nephews draw up this Thanksgiving and if it will work.=)

  48. Genevieve says:

    so impressed with these posts and prizes! and thanks for including canadian crafters in some of the prizes.

  49. Jamie says:

    Those animal ear headbands will be popular in my house!

  50. pauline says:

    the crown and magic wand (possible modification to make it a sceptre!) would be fun for my niece!

  51. Karen says:

    Cute stuff! Love that coin purse ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. Georgia says:

    Wow! Just added the stick horse to my son’s Christmas list! It’s perfect!

  53. Brigette says:

    I like the animal ear headbands!

  54. Oh my goodness… the linen & ruffles coin purse is sooo cute!

  55. Joanna says:

    Adorable ideas!

  56. Judy1522 says:

    Cute items for kids!

  57. Robin E. says:

    That tutorial for turning a drawing into a stuffed toy is GREAT!!!

  58. Sandy says:

    More great projects, and the Reinvention book looks interesting!

  59. Tasha says:

    I love the animal ears!!! I think there may need to be a party to make some ๐Ÿ™‚

  60. consuelo says:

    The crayon booklet party favors are a great idea! Thanks for sharing the idea!

  61. Lisa R says:

    I love the headbands!

  62. Kelli says:

    Both the stick horse and the ruffled coin purse would be big winners at my house this Christmas! Awesome lineup as usual.

  63. delia jones says:

    I need to make my daughter a crown for Christmas. Love the tutorial!

  64. Amber R. says:

    I love the animal ear headbands! So cute!

  65. Megan Panda says:

    I’ll definitely have to make those whoopie pies!

  66. Wendy says:

    great books!

  67. Emily says:

    My girls would love one of everything!

  68. Liz says:

    oh hi, adorable turkey!!

  69. Jennifer says:

    Which to choose? My almost 4 yo niece will love any of these! Thanks!

  70. Emilie says:

    I love everything on this post! The stick horse and the crayon booklet are my favorites.

  71. Jessica F in MA says:

    would love to win these books!

  72. Laura M in Washington :) says:

    What great ideas for playtime!!!

  73. Joanna says:

    Those crayon booklet party favors are a great idea!

    The Colette Sewing Handbook looks really neat. I’m taking a class at a local fabric store right now to learn how to sew from a store bought pattern. I’m a bit worried I’ll forget a lot after the class is done. Maybe that’s a book I should look into?

  74. Julianne Ross says:

    Turning pictures of a child’s drawing into an actual doll is just too cute! ๐Ÿ™‚

  75. I love hobby horses! Such great ideas here for kids gifts!

  76. Lise says:

    I will be trying the whoopie pies – hooray for gluten free!

  77. Morgan D. says:

    Such cute gifts for all the kiddies I know! Thanks!

  78. Carol in ky says:

    I love all these cute ideas for little ones ! Great ideas for the grandkids

  79. Chrissy says:

    I love those headbands!!!

  80. Tara says:

    Iร‚ยดve never sewn clothes for my own. Hope to win the Colette book.

  81. Joan says:

    Now I remember one of the reasons I look forward to November every year!

  82. Jasmin says:

    I love the purse that is one for me.

  83. Julie says:

    The play crown and crayon booklet are way cute. They look pretty simple to whip up, too. Julie in CA

  84. M says:

    The Colette and beads embroidery books look so fun! And the chef hat… If only I were younger!:)

  85. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    OMGOODNESS! These are the cutest tutorials ever!

  86. Jen S in Ca says:

    These craft ideas are wonderful! The horse reminds me of one my sis and I used so many years ago. Gotta make one for my little niece with a matching magic wand.

  87. Jo says:

    Lots of cute ideas in this one…Pinterest is getting a workout! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  88. Celeste says:

    These are all fantastic! Love the drawing, and the animal ears…

  89. Carmen says:

    What a great bunch of projects today. Thank you!

  90. Lara in CA says:

    Aw, I had one of those stick horses when I was little, my little one should have one too! Thanks for posting!

  91. Kristin says:

    I don’t think I can pick a favorite…so many cute things!

  92. Kate says:

    I can really see my kids, nieces & nephews loving all of these.

  93. Erika says:

    Love the ruffle coin purse! Great gift idea for friends!

  94. KeriAnn in PA says:

    Many of these ideas would be great for my cousins’ children! I bet they would love the princess crown and the chef hat during playtime! I personally love the ruffles coin purse! It is absolutely adorable and would make for a great gift!

  95. jen says:

    love that horse tutorial! I had a pink unicorn one my mom made me when I was little that I loved!

  96. Those pumpkin whoopie pies look divine!

  97. Jeannie D says:

    Cute chef’s hat…could use one in adult size too!

  98. Tina L. says:

    I love the different gift ideas and hope to make some for the grand-kids this Christmas.

  99. Nancy Winn says:

    Simply wonderful tutorials! Thanks!!

  100. Heather says:

    I really like all of these ideas. That horse stick is really great. I think I may be whipping up a crown and maybe some of those ears for my toddler!

  101. Kati says:

    I love the drawings into dolls….Would LOVE to create something my kids have designed!

  102. Jennifer in MO says:

    I think I am going to make that cute little Stick Horse for my niece for Christmas! Thank you for posting that idea!

  103. I am heading off to check out the crayon tutorial. I can think of many people who need one of those. And I have a lot of felt!

  104. Megan says:

    Such pretty ideas

  105. christina says:

    Stick horses are fabulous.

  106. Kristin H says:

    What cute ideas! I particularly like the chef’s hat.

  107. Laurie in MA says:

    I know a little princess who could use a fabric crown. Great ideas, thanks.

  108. San in Fl says:

    That stick horse is darling!

  109. Amber says:

    I think I’m going to make the pumpkin whoopie pies for Thanksgiving. They look delicious!

  110. Lynn H. says:

    So many cute things to make. That Reinvention book looks fun.

  111. MissMary says:

    Love these ideas! So sweet!

  112. Such fun projects! I made my then 3 year-old son a chef’s hat for Christmas one year, and he wore it ALLLL the time, until he could no longer cram it on his noggin at age 5. Time for another one? ๐Ÿ™‚

  113. Wendy says:

    Thanks for more great ideas!

  114. Andrea says:

    I am doing all of these. 12 days of Christmas!

  115. Bruinbr says:

    What an adorable magic wand! That would be perfect with the fabric crown! Very cute!

  116. Tabitha says:

    Fun, fun, fun! Thank you!

  117. Christina says:

    I love all of them! The headbands would be perfect for a jungle little party favor!

  118. Lola says:

    I would love to win the Colette Sewing Handbook! Her vintage inspired designs are dreamy!

  119. kelbeland4 says:

    I love the imagination inspiring gifts! I miss those days from my children who grew up too fast! And as a current teacher, I will highly recommend all of them!

  120. Sarah says:

    Oh goodness, they are all so cute!

  121. More great ideas!

  122. beth says:

    Great book giveaways!!! And I love the idea of turning a drawing into a doll!

  123. I wouldn’t mind having an animal hairband for myself. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  124. stacey says:

    so many cute ideas!

  125. Genevieve says:

    I love these! Especially the animal ear headbands!

  126. Eleanor says:

    What a cute coin purse!

  127. Diana says:

    I have some young friends who’d love some ears or a tail.

  128. Jan says:

    So many great ideas! Thanks for the opportunity!

  129. kathyh says:

    I need to do some more purse frames. Great ideas.

  130. carole says:

    I like the recipe today – what fun.

  131. Deanna in Missouri says:

    I am a huge fan of mayamade and have been eyeing that book since its release.

  132. Beth in SC says:

    Cute projects! I love that drawings-to-dolls tutorial

  133. Whitner says:

    I HAVE to do the drawings into dolls. There is a very prolific little artist in my house and she would be so happy to see her little people off the page!

  134. Amy says:

    Love the crayon booklet favors and also the turning drawings into dolls.

  135. Deb Cameron says:

    Love the headbands, the crown and that darling little purse! My youngest has been asking to make macaroons, however my oldest is allergic to eggs and nuts – seeing your whoopie pies makes me think i could ultimately make both my boys happy
    ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks!

  136. Lee says:

    Crowns and costumes – my nieces and nephews will love these! thanks!

  137. Chris says:

    That cute chef hat is justtoo much cuteness! I love the embroidery book for the giveaway! thank you!

  138. Morgan says:

    Love those animal ear headbands!

  139. Sarah says:

    Love Maya’s book!

  140. I just love Colette Patterns, but what I wouldn’t do for the Reinvention book! Heading to the kitchen now to prep the cookie bribe…chocolate chip or hazelnut? Cheers!

  141. Lorrie says:

    I’ve pinned so many of these great ideas for a dress-up box for a sweet little girl. Thanks so much.

  142. Kay says:

    I think I will be making some of the animal ears headbands for my niece. Actually even my teenagers might like some too just for fun.

  143. Lauren says:

    Oh, I love the ear headbands. So cute for little ones!

  144. Amazing books today! So much inspiration!

  145. Rachael says:

    WAAA!!!! I want that collette book. The gifts are so creative, I wish my little boy was a bit older so he could use them.

  146. BreannaS in MO says:

    I love the drawing turned into a doll! Now to have my daughter create some art.

  147. Ellen M. from OH says:

    I’m simply overwhelmed by all of the fabulous ideas. The wands and dolls are great. Thanks for all of your efforts on Handmade Holidays!

  148. Brie says:

    Pumpkin whoopie pies! Yes please!

  149. Tawny in CA says:

    Love the ears and play crown!

  150. Katie says:

    I am definitely making the crayon booklets, and have bookmarked the tutorial for turning drawings into dolls since my little one is still too little. The Colette Sewing Handbook looks like a lot of fun!

  151. April says:

    Wonderful! Thanks!

  152. Melanie in AZ says:

    I have to make some of the animal ears – so cute!

  153. Danie in OR says:

    This is a really wonderful round up of sewing ideas. But today might be the day for the pumpkin woopie pies.

  154. Jodie says:

    The idea of making a child’s drawing into a stuffed toy is so cute. What a great keepsake!

  155. Emilia in ca says:

    I think people would smile if i wore ear headbands to say… the grocery store…

  156. Miet says:

    Love the strapping stick horse!

  157. Mrs.M says:

    those headbands are the cutest!

  158. Betsy M says:

    I am going to try that recipe today with my kids. We are gf and chocolate free so whoopie pies have not been seen in our house for a LONG time. I can’t wait.

  159. Cari says:

    Love them all today!

  160. jessicac says:

    You had me at pumpkin whoopie pie. Really would love to try out the turn your drawing into a doll tutorial!

  161. Angi Gilbert says:

    I must make the magic wand. Then maybe it can make all the other projects for me!

  162. Deb H. says:

    Oh..these gifts are so adorable. You are just finding way too many ideas. I may have to start sewing for next year!

  163. Andrea says:

    I definitely need a few of those magic wands! ๐Ÿ™‚

  164. patti says:

    Would love to have the Colette book, but any prize is wonderful. Thank you!

  165. I wish I had little kids to make these for!

  166. Kylie C says:

    I like the magic wands- especially since it’s all soft.

  167. Charlotte in Ga says:

    Great ideas! Thanks SMS!!

  168. Barbara says:

    Somebody’s getting a headband!

  169. Valerie in TN says:

    These are great ideas! Can’t wait to get sewing! The reinvention book looks really neat too.

  170. Catherine says:

    So much fun stuff here – – makes me want to start crafting for my nieces & nephews.

    (plus, Gabrien’s fabric is GORGEOUS!)

  171. Hilary S says:

    Lovely tutorials. And Knitting in Circles looks fabulous!

  172. marthaeliza says:

    I need to make the linen & ruffles coin purse. I also need (okay, really want) to win the bead embroidery book…

  173. Shannon says:

    Those headbands! What a great idea! I can’t wait to make a bunch for my godchildren!

  174. susan mzf says:

    that coin purse is just darling!!!

  175. I would love to learn more about re-using materials for crafting. Also, those animal headbands are adorable!

  176. Holly says:

    The crown is adorable!

  177. Michelle says:

    Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful projects!

  178. Kathi says:

    Love the crafting ideas and the reinvention book. Thanks for sharing

  179. Stephanie o in ct says:

    The animal headbands are perfect dress up for my little toddler obsessed with animals! Your giveaway books look fabulous!

  180. Mel says:

    I adore that coin purse!

  181. Gina F says:

    I love the animal ear headbands! What fun!
    I look forward to Handmade Holidays each year–thank you.

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  183. Alissa says:

    Wonderful stuff!

  184. Stephanie says:

    Oh man, I may have to add that stick horse to my “make it” list.

  185. ste says:

    I’ll be making the crayon one for my daughter’s birthday!

  186. Courtney says:

    Great and inspiring ideas!

  187. SS Sews says:

    thanks for the thanksgiving play set

  188. Kerry says:

    Cute ideas.

  189. Laura in MD says:

    I love that linen and ruffle purse!

  190. I love the wand:)

  191. Erin says:

    I love the wands!

  192. Collette says:

    These are all really fabulous ideas. I love that they could be for girls or boys!

  193. Hashi says:

    Animal ears? yes please!

  194. Steph says:

    The magic wand and animal ear headbands are adorable–wish I still had a little one to sew for!

  195. Kristin says:

    So many fun ideas! Not just for kids. ๐Ÿ™‚

  196. Mandi says:

    I need a few magic wands! These are great!

  197. Irenoski88 says:

    The magic wand is really sweet and cute, I think I’ll make one of those for my niece as a Christmas gift! I live in Europe, if only I could win one of those great books!mthanks for the craft ideas and the opportunity to win.

  198. Tammy says:

    Love the coin purse! Too cute!

  199. Love ALL of these tutorials and the prizes too! Thank you for the chance to win.

  200. Laura says:

    So many great ideas! Thanks for the links!

  201. julis says:

    super cute the coin purse..I have to add to my todo list!

  202. Julie Germantown, TN says:

    Love them all!

  203. Larissa says:

    Love the ideas and the giveaway! Hope I win!! :o)

  204. Kristin says:

    I love the animal ears!

  205. Heather says:

    Such fun ideas! On my way to check out the animal headbands now!

  206. Kimberly F says:

    I think my kids need a couple of those magic wands, it would be fun to see what they try to do with them!

  207. Jennifer N says:

    Lovely imagination play ideas. Now, to find something for my baseball-obsessed 6-year old. Thanks for sharing.

  208. Tera says:

    Oh my goodness I think today is going to be my favorite day!!! : ) Love it all!!!

  209. Courtney says:

    Great round up today! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  210. Glyness says:

    Definitely making the ears for my toddler!

  211. Liz says:

    I love the idea of turning my kids drawings into a doll!

  212. Whitney says:

    Great ideas! My nephews would love to dress up in some of those costumes

  213. Debby says:

    love all the great ideas

  214. Julie E. says:

    Love the stick horse!

  215. Heidi Anderson says:

    What fun! Great ideas. I love the drawing doll tutorial and the animal ears. Thanks!

  216. Kalli says:

    Love the coin purse! Oh my! So many cute things

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