Christmas Crafts

Christmas Crafts…Thought I would share some photos of the Christmas Crafts that kept me busy this year…
Family Letters for my Sister-in-law. You can find the tutorial HERE

Nephew’s (bean bag) Name bags. So I was going to fill them with beans but they felt odd and I didn’t want them to throw them at each other and get hurt so I filled them with fiberfill and they are like little pillows. Made a matching bag so they can hang them on the door knob and throw them in.
This was a surprise gift I made for my mother in law. I had all the supplies except the mini clothespins. Used vinyl on the sign it says “Grandkids make life grand” Now I wish I had something like this for hanging photos in my house, maybe something with the words Family and clips for photos… Go HERE to view my tutorial!!
**Answer to some of the questions I’ve received about the Photo Board: I think the board is about 2 feet long and the “Grandkids” white vinyl font was “Marnie Regular” and the “Make Life Grand” red font was “Amaze.” I used E6000 craft glue to attach the clothespins which I embellished with scrapbook paper, ribbon, craft flowers, and buttons. (I also gave grandma a couple extra clothespins for future grandbabies to be added!
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I am going to a baby shower tonight I wanted to try something new so I iron-on transferred words onto a pair of baby shoes. I need to perfect this technique in the future but overall they turned out nice.
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Hi I'm Taya! A stay-at-home mother to 5 cuties. I love to craft, sew, blog and make fun things. I'm the creator of the 'Eat-Pray-Create' blog and I'm so glad you're here!

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  1. What size board did you use for the grandkids make life grand picture board?

  2. Hello . . . What font was used for this project? Thank you!

  3. What size board did you use for the grankids pic?

  4. How did you attach the clothes pins?

    • Charli, I used glue “E-6000″ you can find it at most craft or hobby stores. You could also use hot glue just don’t put too much, you don’t want it oozing out the sides:)
      Taya

  5. Do you sell your grandparent boards?

  6. Do you use your printer to print on vinyl to make the lettering or do you purchase it somewhere? If you print where do you get the vinyl? New to crafting.
    Thanks!

  7. hi love this board can you tell me where you got the vinyl ?

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