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Kids’ Felt Cuties

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Kids’ Felt Cuties by Kim Layton is full of fun and creative projects to that kids can make with felt. The finished projects provide hours of play time as well. The felt creations are easy to make and all the patterns are included along with very clear and detailed instructions. This book is a great to have on hand for rainy days this summer!

Kids Felt Cuties - book review and giveaway from Jessie At Home

The girls and I were so happy to review Kids’ Felt Cuties. We sat and looked through the book and oohed and ahhed over all the projects. It wasn’t easy to pick just one to do for the review, but eventually we decided on the masks – more on that in a bit.

Kids Felt Cuties princess

The book starts out right away with the patterns. Lots of photos are included, as is a detailed supply list, cutting list, and very well-written and easy to follow instructions. After that are the patterns with notes as to how much they need to be enlarged, if any. Then there are some general instructions on things like supply info and embroidery stitches, again with big, friendly pictures.

Kids Felt Cuties back

All the projects are colorful and cheerful, which is why we had such a hard time deciding on just one to review. The girls eventually went with the masks, but they wanted to choose more fanciful colors.

Kids Felt Cuties masks

We copied the patterns to the right size and cut them all out, then the girls started tracing them onto the felt. They were so excited to get started they didn’t even want to change out of their pajamas! (I agreed to let them do all the cutting out before they had to change)

Kids Felt Cuties getting started

Once everything was cut out, it was time to start putting it all together. We took it one step at a time and the girls had no problem. The only change we made was that we used white glue instead of hot glue, because the girls aren’t really comfortable with the hot glue gun yet. They enjoyed creating the masks and making up new and colorful versions of a fox and a deer.

Kids Felt Cuties stitching

Here they are with the finished masks. Those are some happy little critters. I think they are adorable!

Would you like to keep your littles entertained with this awesome book? You can pick up your own copy from Leisure Arts HERE, or from Amazon HERE. In addition, Leisure Arts is giving a copy away to one lucky reader, just enter on the form below this picture.

Kids Felt Cuties fun masks

To enter the Kids’ Felt Cuties Giveaway you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid shipping address in USA. The giveaway ends at the end of day eastern time on June 17, 2018. Winner will be contacted by email and will have one week to reply with a valid shipping address or a new winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited. Any personal data collected on this entry form will be used solely for the purposes of administering this giveaway. The winner’s contact and mailing information will be provided to Sponsor, for the purposes of coordinating delivery of the prize. Other than that, no personal information collected will be shared with Sponsor.

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