Rubyellen, from Cakies, and her adorable girls are back with the cutest DIY Felt Tea Party. You may remember her last felt tutorial for Pretty Prudent, DIY Halloween Headbands. Today she will show you how to turn any ol’ footstool into the most magical tea party. This makes for a great gift or portable toy to take anywhere. It’s tea time somewhere, right?
Head on over to Cakies to see more projects like the Mini Maypoles. Throw the cutest Breakfast Birthday Bash and hand out Cupcakes in a Jar to your guests.
Learn how to turn a footstool into a DIY Felt Tea Party after the jump…
Looking to add some spark to your Summer shin-dig? These edible cupcake toppers, made from sugar cookies, can go from cute to sophisticated depending on the party. If you are a geek for dessert decorating and you’ve found yourself debating whether to make cookies or cake, here’s a way to show off your skills with a little of both, but the secret is that these can be made with little decorating skills at all. Shhhhh. The kiddos will go crazy for these tiny cookies on a stick. What is that about kids and their love of food on a stick?
Gather your supplies… (more…)
Mamas, while you’re sewing Summer Dresses for Girls, don’t forget to sew yourself some too. Our Snappy Hot Mess Dress is cute and simple!
Flatter your figure with The Most Flattering Shirt Dress. It’s causal and comfortable for everyday errands, while still making you look gorgeous.
Go for something long and flowy with the Modern Prairie Dress.
Or use your extra yards of fabric to make the 1.5 Yard Dress. The Freestyle Dress is a great option with leggings for a day at the park or at the library.
Get the ultimate in comfort on summer days with the T-Shirt Dress.
Between Scarlet, Clare, and Quinn there are a multitude of hair accessories around the Pretty Prudent Texas and LA headquarters. To keep the overflowing amount of hair clips, hair ties, and headbands together we came up with this DIY No-Sew Headband Holder. You can use Jacinda’s cloud template from the Cloud & Rainbow Decorative Pillow, and instead of rainbows we made felt raindrops to hold each headband. Clip your hair clips on the sun’s rays, hold your hair ties in the cloud pocket, and you’re good to go. Let’s get to it…
Keep reading for the full DIY No-Sew Headband Holder tutorial after the jump…