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CSV Action invited you to come along to BBC Leicester's Open Centre and learn the art of card making.
Before we get into “how to” make your bed, let’s discuss “why” we do it in the first place. Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project says, “Making your bed is a step that’s quick and easy, yet makes a big difference. Good day or not, there is safety in knowing that you will be coming home to a neatly made bed. Start with a fitted sheet; it provides a quick but solid foundation (if you have a bed skirt, make sure you start with that first). Lay a flat sheet across the bed and use your forearms and palms to smooth over any wrinkles.
Change your sheets once a week and if you have time, iron them (it makes a world of a difference). Ultra Grayscale Converter is a freeware utility that converts your images to grayscale fast, using different algorithms. Step 7: Apply glue to the top of the monsters head and attach the colored strings of tissue paper. Now that you know how to make and decorate the pinata, the real question is what did everybody think?
We've very much been enjoying the warmer weather, it makes it so much easier to get outside, plus we got the opportunity to test out a project Bud has wanted to do for a while - make a water wheel. The idea to make a water wheel came after a visit to a local wildlife centre where they'd used a water wheel to power some lights. Then we pushed a skewer through the two plates and Champ made sure that the plates could spin round ok.
This is the finished product, the cups were roughly spaced around the edge and I think we used seven cups in total.
The idea is that by pouring water into one cup the weight of the water pushes the wheel round and then the next cup fills up and so on. Very happy faces, but also Champ got soaking wet which I think they enjoyed more than the wheel actually working!
We had lots of play ideas linked up last time, my favourite was from my co-host The Golden Gleam a great post about the benefits of outdoor play, worth a read.
September 17, 2012 By Kelly - Be A Fun Mum 9 Comments Sally from The Threaded Edge is my Instagram friend, and recently, she posted a delightful picture of a daisy chain bracelet.  The simple beauty of it made me stop and be still for a moment. But I discovered recently, to my surprise, that there are people in the world who have never made a chain of daisies. This is a lot of fun for the kids, especially if they have a little basket or box to carry their flowers in. I’ve never made a daisy chain but we used to make clover chains when I was at school!
This is a lovely post, a great reminder that the simple things can create the best memories.
Grandma was an avid sewer (or sewist if you prefer), so I am willing to bet she was tickled pink when I decided to rummage through her clothes to find a variety of items I could use to make special memories bears. With the different pieces of recycled fabric all ready to go, I chose 5 different fabrics for each bear and then simply followed the directions that came with the pattern to make each bear. I know grandma would be very pleased that I recycled some of her clothing into these keepsakes, and I know everyone who got one was very pleased. I so luved the pictures you shared of the memory bears, I’m rummaging thru my fathers old shirts as we speak as we just lost him feb thanx for the inspiration to get started with a grt craft!

I will check to se if I can get some of my girlfriends clothing, she died of cancer Feb 3rd this year 2014, and I know her sister, son and grand-daughter would enjoy a keepsake like this.
I was looking through pinterest and found a picture of my very first memory bear ever and it linked back to your page. Hi Dawn, Not sure what you are talking about because I obviously do not have a picture of a plaid bear with a cowboy hat… It sounds like someone else has perhaps taken your image and then added a link to my site using it. Now I see what you mean… You really need to contact that site because it looks like what they have done is downloaded both of our pictures and posted them and also pictures from other sites and included some links.
Hi Jennie, if you back the fabric with a thin, fusible interfacing, it would really help with any stretching!
I have made bunting from cotton shirts but the most popular gift of this sort I have made is a memory monster. How do you get the front body in one piece from the fronts of the shirts using the existing buttons ? A lot of men will agree that they just don’t understand why it’s necessary to have a made bed during the day when no one is home, only to undo it at the end of every night. There is just something about a made bed; no matter how much laundry has piled up or how many unfolded clothes are scattered across your floor, a made bed brings peace no matter what time you walk into your bedroom. Depending on your preference, you can either tuck the sides (for less movement) or leave them hanging (for more fluid movement). Add accessories – decorative pillows, neck-rolls and a neatly folded throw at the foot of your bed. Wash your comforter or bedspread every few weeks, and don’t forget to swap out your decorative pillows each season.
We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws. This includes to personalise ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. I would recommend cutting out the first arm and then tracing the other so they look the same. Sitting on the lawn, drinking tea and looking out over my little city – it was very refreshing after a long winter. Finally, make a hole at the top of the first stem, and thread the last daisy-tail through to join your circle.
I used a lot of items that I knew were her favorite pieces and also some that I recall her wearing for special events. I wanted a fairly easy pattern since my plan was to make 10 bears, and I wanted the bear to be large enough to showcase the different fabrics and would sit unsupported. The only trick was to make sure the different fabrics were spread out to different parts of the bears. These bears are so special and I’m sure will be treasured and well loved for lifetimes!
I have no control over that, but if you let me know where you found the photo and link perhaps we can both urge whom ever it is to remove your picture. I have nothing to do with this site and I have not used your picture in anyway so there is nothing I can do on my end… There is a contact page.
I have several of my grandpa’s flannel shirts here that I intend to make more out of! Each is individual but all have big pockets inside their mouths to hold photos or other precious memories.
Because of the curve of the pattern pieces and the belly, I am not sure how you could do it using this pattern.

But making your bed starts the day off right, especially if you wake up on the ‘wrong’ side. This is the most simple way to create a logo, but if you're a little more confident you can start from scratch. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. Then make a hole in the second stem, and continue threading until your chain is long enough.
Daisy chains are frail things, full of colour and freshness for only a short time.  But the memories will last much longer.
An experiencer of depression since 2005, Sally knows the importance of having fun – in parenting as in life. I also tried to find clothes that were made of a variety of different fabrics and textures. Grandma would have been really proud because any time I ran across something with buttons, I cut the buttons off and saved them for a different project. For the eyes and nose, I bought packages of black safety eyes (affiliate link) and noses from the craft store. Cut them twice as big as you want them, fold in half, and press so they look like tags you would find inside garments or on a purchased stuffed animal.
Originally I was going to make each bear out of 2-inch squares, but it was so labor intensive I only made one.
Let me know where this link is and I will do what I can… Sorry for the misunderstanding!
I would urge you to contact them and ask them to include a link to your page (it looks like they did link to some sort of shutterfly page with your pic on it?) or remove your picture.
There's a collection of clip art you can use, changing the color and size to suit your design. The interface works with layers, so you create your logo step by step, and can always go back and edit objects when necessary. For now, though, those plants put forth blooms that my kids are allowed to pick as much as they like.
I ended up choosing Simplicity Sewing Pattern 5461 (affiliate link) which was for a ‘classic’ 22-inch stuffed bear.
For example, it would make a very fun way to use some of your kids favorite clothing after they outgrow it.
For most people, outer order contributes to inner calm.” Another reason to make your bed is that it promotes better sleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). LogoSmartz is definitely aimed at beginners - Photoshop professionals will find it's missing the complex tools in Adobe's application.
While I did have some bear patterns that were simpler, I liked that this one had several pattern pieces because my hope was to use around 5 different fabrics for each bear.
However, it's much more accessible than Photoshop, and with some effort anyone will be able to create a logo to suite them. The only problem with LogoSmartz is that it's based in Flash - this means it uses more system resources than necessary, and more annoyingly that the right-click only activates the Flash menu.
Obviously, longer stems are an advantage here; if you make a mistake and moosh the stem, you can trim it back and try again. A made bed also helps in feeling productive and accomplished even before a cup of coffee; making your bed is a good habit to have. That may seem a small issue, but it makes the program less usable as it removes easy to reach features that most users will be used to seeing in the context menu. Despite being made in Flash, LogoSmartz is an easy to use and flexible logo creator that anyone will be able to pick up and use.

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