Sunday, March 28

Baking Supplies

Here is another project for my daughter's Easter basket.  She loves to help me bake, so I made a flour and a sugar sack for her kitchen.  I'll be putting it in with some wooden eggs and hopefully a little mixing bowl, as well as the donuts.  (She already has measuring cups.)  I imagine many more cooking sessions in her room.


I wanted the label to be on printable fabric but wasn't able to locate it locally.  I'm using paper right now, but I want to replace them one day with something longer lasting.  Luckily, that should be a pretty easy change.

Now back to work on some more projects for the baskets.



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10 comments:

Kaysi said...

Those are so fun! What a great idea

huntedtreasures said...

CJ-You amaze me, these are so cute bags. How did you print them? Very nice.

Hugs,
Maria

One Cheap B*tch said...

Oh my, I love these! Soooooo cute! Coming over from Keeping it Simple and a happy new follower. I'm just floored by these!

CJ {Pink Tea} said...

Thanks so much.

Maria... the labels were just printed in MS Word. Once these rip off, I'll try again to find printable fabric and sew that on.

MeenyMoe said...

These are the cutest thing I ever saw!

Jenni R. said...

Love the felt baking supplies too! Thanks for the tutorials!

Che Birba said...

Lovely!

I'm Laura from Italy and I also made felt food :D

Polka Dot Daze said...

Very cute! What about printing onto a transfer that you then iron on to fabric?

CJ {Pink Tea} said...

Polka Dot Craze... I thought about it but wasn;t sure how well iron-ons work on felt. Has anyone tried it?

lajamison said...

Do you have any sort of pattern or template for this project? How about the saved MS word document? It is super cute and I would like to remake it for my neice for Christmas.
bandljamison@gmail.com

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