Very cute and clever idea!
I'll have to try this! Cute idea and super easy.Thanks for sharing...
so cute and a wonderful gift
a wonderful bit of green with the wrapper - great idea...
I saw something like this and wanted to make one SOOO bad! GGlad you figured it out for me!My Buck-a-roo LOVES tags... and crinkly noises. His wipes package is his favorite toy... go figure.
This is awesome!!! I have been wanting to get a sewing machine and learn to sew just for these kinds of products! Great work!Gingerhttp://appleseed-gifts.blogspot.comhttp://superstinkyboys.blogspot.com
Great idea !!!Love your tutorial..Will save it to make later.. Maybe sooner cause maybe mommy needs some candy..
What a cool idea. I would have never thought of that! Thanks for the tutorial. I will be trying it!
What a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial! Its great making baby toys ourselves, then we know what's in them!
Such a great up-cycle project. My daughter loves those blankets.
I love to make these using fleece! I make mine 18" square and put 5 ribbons per side cutting them 3" long. No crinkly inside but I might have to steal your idea! These are a HUGE hit too! Super fast and easy to make in a pinch. :) Great job!
Great way to recycle! Looks great. I'll have to put this on my list of things to make before the baby comes! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules
I wondered what made that krinkly sound...sooo sweet. Love it!
This is just too clever! What a terrific idea.
That is so sweet, I love it!
What a fun idea!! Thanks for linking @Creative Itch's "Sew Cute Tuesday"!!
I made one of these for our baby for Christmas, but I didn't think about adding the wrapper for the crinkle effect. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.
My goodness - I can't tell you how many of these I actually purchased when my little guy was 'little'. Great tutorial - thanks for sharing!!
Such a cute idea--I love the insert idea. I think this would make a great pet toy, maybe in a little smaller version! Thanks for sharing,Suzanne in TX
very clever! thanks for the ideashona
So cute. I might make one for our friends that just had a baby. Thanks for the idea
My mil made one of these for one of my babies with ribbons on it, I really like the idea of making it crinkly too! Baby toys are so expensive and this is something that they could grip for a long time! Thanks for the idea!Have a great weekend;)
These is really cute and what a great gift idea! I love the fabrics, too!
So cute and easy! Thanks for the great tutorial. I made one this morning.
This is adorable. You are very clever. This kind of toy was my boys' favorite one when they were teeny. I saved them with their baby stuff!Thanks for the tutorial! This is my first time visiting. I found you from SNS at FJI!Gotta follow ya now!
How neat is that!?! Great project!
That is so stinkin' creative--way to go girl.Cheri
Very cute! How do you wash it with the plastic bag inside?
I was wondering what you used! Good idea! Does it wash and crinkle still? I'll have to try one and see.
I made this blanket without the crinkly stuff for a "sleepy blanket." Both of my girls have a snuggly toy that they sleep with, so I just made one for a friend that had a baby this week. I REALLY wish I had taken good pictures because I'd like to blog about it and like to your tutorial. It was PERFECT! Thanks for sharing!
What a great tutorial! I made one of these this morning for my little boy and he loves it! I linked this tutorial to my post over at Diary of a preppy mom. Thanks for the great tutorial! :) http://diaryofapreppymom.blogspot.com/
I'm so glad I found this tutorial! I love that it crinkles! I made one today for a friend, and it turned out great! I linked it to my blog here:http://teachthemlove.blogspot.com/2011/08/overwhelmed-and-getting-crafty.htmlThank you!
How does this wash with the wrapper in it?
Thankyou for this excellent tutorial! I've made a few of these now and they always turn out great :)
Can you wash this?Thanks for this fantastic tutorial!
I was wondering how this washes up? Can you put it in the washer and dryer with the "crinkle" in it?
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