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Guest Blog *Tabatha*

Hello bloggers,
This is Katie's Mom dropping in for the blog party. I was thinking back about some of my favorite crafts that we did as the girls were growing up and I think the “flubber” had to be one of the best. It was an interesting combo of 20 Mule team borax, elmers glue and food coloring. Stayed rubbery forever in a butter bowl too.
There was also an assortment of homemade play-dohs, paper mache, decoupage, etc. you name it, we probably tried it.
Nowadays, I mostly quilt and crochet. As the girls were growing up I started saving the tshirts that we acquired through activities. Gymnastics, softball, theater, cardboard boat regatta, VBS, kid’s camp, and more.

So this past Christmas, I drug out all those old shirts and made tshirt quilts for the girls as gifts. They turned out cute, and completely washable.


I also have a pack of charm squares to giveaway! Comment here, and Katie will choose the winner via Random.org & post them on tomorrow(Wednesday the 10th)


Tabatha
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2 comments:

  1. Very cool idea! Wish I had thought of this before the shirts were ready for the rag bag! LOL

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  2. Looooove this! I've been saving my son's shirts for this exact idea! Any pointers you can share w/ me? Not much of a sewer/quilter, so it would be helpful to have any extra knowledge!

    xoxo
    Leslie

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I'm Katie, the artist behind the blog Punk Projects. I love everything crafty, I drink tea all day long, I'm a bit of a nerd, and I usually have ink or paint on my hands.


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