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07 April 2010

Handmade Birthday Gift

Our little friend Fiona turns three this week and her birthday present from her Mom and Dad is a wooden play kitchen. I made a couple of aprons for she and her sister to cook up a mess.


And added trim and buttons to some white washcloths, then stitched up a yummy batch of felt cookies.

Now off to the party!

16 comments:

Laurie Anne said...

What fun! Love the ruffly aprons...a gift that will be treasured I'm sure for many years to come :)

Tracy and her crew said...

Oh my! What a thoughtful gift! Simply lovely!

mrs. olson said...

What a cute and thoughtful gift!

Andrea on Third Street said...

Can I invite you to my Birthday?? These little girls are going to LOVE these gifts.

K. M. Steddum said...

I just love your blog and all that you are doing. My grandaughter may benefit from the ideas you give me too, Thanks!

Resweater said...

You are an awesome friend! They will be thrilled!

The Cottage Mama said...

LOVE it!! I made my daughter a little apron to go with her play kitchen - so much fun. I'm sure they are going to adore the gift. Great job!

Attilio said...

it just had to be you to think of such a cool present. am sure the girls will luv the aprons and cloths. so darn cute
becky

Melissa said...

I was going to make aprons JUST like that for the Ruffle Your Stuff competition @ Ruffles & Stuff. Yours are awesome and the little ones are really very lucky!

Crissy said...

adorable!!

Sew It To Me said...

Sew cute!! Oh, and I love the previous post with the thread on your fanny. LOL

juste venteux said...

So cute. I need to get some sewing done too!
http://justeventeux.blogspot.com/

Karin said...

What a great gift. I am sure she will love all of it, it's so pretty!

Sew It To Me said...

Those are gorgeous and the cookies are so awesome. You have one lucky little friend!

Lydia said...

What a cute idea!

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Sarah said...

I did this yesterday for a friend's daughter and put a recipe for poke cake and a box of jello and cake mix! I just used fabric from my stash and bought cake mix and jello on sale so I only spent about $1.50!