• natalie P

    just love these, so bright and so unique, they will be treasured for sure. I can’t wait till my bub can draw to make her some softies.

    July 12, 2012
  • They are great! I was thinking of doing something similar with my kids drawings, to make wall hangings for our playroom. If you ever do a stencil that’s too big for your screen again, consider using freezer paper – it has a shiny side and a matt side. The shiny side can be ironed to the fabric, and a temporary bond is created, and you can just peel it off afterwards. You should be able to buy freezer paper from craft stores – pretty sure Spotlight has it.

    July 13, 2012
  • Oh der. I skipped a bit where you said just that. : )

    July 13, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      Yes, I remember your beautiful botanical tea towels, Prue!

      July 16, 2012
  • Annemieke

    Ruth I like like like like like it!!! Je bent nooit te oud of te jong voor zo’n softie;) mmm ik wordt 55 eind dec. ;)

    July 13, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      Ligt eigenlijk aan hoe veel ruimte u heeft in u koffer – en dat ligt aan hoe veel schoenen and kleren u meneemt :) ! (Actually, I can make one without stuffing it, if you don’t mind stuffing it and stitching it closed yourself at home…)

      July 16, 2012
  • these looked great. LOVE the idea of using one drawing from each of the kids….

    July 14, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      Thanks, Jane! I love the early ‘people’ drawings of small children.

      July 16, 2012
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