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Updated: 2020-04-27  Views: 131

The phone book is a reliable tool for helping “;big girls and boys”; sit at the table with the grown-ups, but I think this handmade booster seat is way cuter. I hope you make onepersonalized wedding party gifts, if only because I sewed right through my finger making this (through the nail and out the other side –; impaled) and I’;d hate for that to be in vain.Get thefull DIY Booster Seat Pattern and How-to after the jump…;

DIY Booster Seat Pattern / Tutorial

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This booster seat how-to uses a foam inner and a removable cover, so you can wash it (and I made it with no zipper just to be easier). The cushion is 12″;X 12″; X 4″; which is perfect for my almost-two-year-old. You can scale the size up or down from there, I’;ll tell you where.

-First purchase or cut 1 piece of 12″;X12″;X4″; foam or 2 pieces of 12″;x12″;X2″; foam (that’;s what I used)

Ladies, I am about to start a deluge of pillow DIYs for you, I hope you don’t mind. They’re all quite bright as they’re themed for amystery-event-to-be-revealed-later (I can’t wait to tell you about it!). First up is a pouf pillow, a little tuffet of sorts. While I used some crazy sequin trim on clearance at Wal Mart, you may want something more subtle, perhaps Pom Pom Fringe, beaded ribbon, or piping. This DIY pillow was great because I had to use actual geometry (remember that the circumference of a circle = 2r X pi?)…

One thing I have learned about wedding planning is that when brilliant ideas?strike, you just have to run with them.?Even though our wedding is still?6 months away, yesterday I was inspired to begin my thank you notes. We received our first gift a week ago and that got me thinking about this task on my to do list. I knew I did not want to buy them but really had not seen pictures of anything that I might want to do. Usually my projects are inspired by a picture that I saw of what someone else did. I very rarely think of something completely original off the top of my head. Although this is not based on a picture, my favorite store can definitely be given the assist on this one.

Here’s a pillow made by Linda Teufel (Dragon Threads Publishing) from the book Silk Unraveled by Lorna Moffat/Dragon Threads Ltd. It’s a great project for using up silk scraps or small pieces. A beginner level project, you can’t really make a mistake due to the freeform nature of the embellishments.?

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