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A few months ago when I published pictures of our book corner I had a number of readers ask how I made the book cover bunting hanging in the space. I scanned the covers of our favourite picture books and used an iron on t-shirt transfer paper compatible with my printer.
Be sure to follow the instructions for ironing the transfer paper carefully to ensure that you have a clean transfer.
I love that you can choose whichever books your child loves for this project.  I can imagine hanging beautiful classics like Guess How Much I Love You (S. Christie Burnett is an early childhood teacher, presenter, writer and the editor of Childhood 101. I just used this method to make a name blanket with heaps of different fonts for our 5th blessing arriving any day.

Young people today are so resourceful and I often regret there was nothing of this kind to be had back in the 1950s, only pencils and paper. I love this idea, I’m working on a reading nook for my kids and this will move the eyes up. You could even do it without the rather expensive t-shirt paper, if you use freezer paper and print directly on the fabric (loads of tutorial online) – I believe you cannot wash it very well than, but that would not be that important with a bunting, right? I would love to try this….but fire codes in our town prohibit things hanging like this!!
Then it was simply a matter of folding over (in half) and ironing a length of bias binding. More importantly, she is a Mum who believes wholeheartedly in the value of children learning through play, the importance of quality early education, and the togetherness of family. If you are new here, you might like to subscribe to the RSS feed or receive updates direct to your email.

I re-purposed some thick cotton curtain fabric (not rubber backed) to print the images onto. Tuck and pin the top edge of the book cover pieces into the fold of the bias binding, spacing them evenly, and run a zig zag stitch the whole way along. I chose the thick fabric and didn’t print them too large as I did not want the fabric to curl once it was hung. If you don’t have a sewing machine, then I am sure that this process for creating your length of bunting would work just as well.
Alternatively, I am sure you could iron on some stiffener onto the reverse side to stop it curling.

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Comments to «Baby bunting toilet training video»

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    Are considering about potty coaching also.
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    Applicable downloadable story videos ready to start potty education between the.
  3. Hooligan writes:
    Surely wanting to surf to the toilet, as the nature of each one with hot water.