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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

T for Tuesday....

Hi all.  This will probably be the last time I will be able to join in with the T for Tuesday link up as this is the last Tuesday in the school holidays.  Next week I will be up bright and early to spend my day with my little twinnie munchkins so there really wont be a spare minute to be spent on the computer.  They have altered lots in the last 6 weeks so it will be interesting to see just how my day will be spent....one thing for sure is I will sleep well at night  :-)

So here is my T for Tuesday snap today....

 'Can you see what it is yet?'

I've taken my breakfast through into my sewing room today so you can see what I was up to yesterday.  I've been playing with fabric....it's what I do!  I've been looking for crafty ideas to make to amuse my grandchildren and have decided to make a "Nanny Annie's Fun Book".  The plan is to make several pages that will all go together into a file but can be taken out to be played with.

I have lots of ideas in my head and found this idea over at Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows.  If you'd like to see more then please pop back tomorrow.  I shall be making extra pages as and when I get some creative play time and have ones planned to use zips, poppers, velcro, buttons and buttonholes to teach shapes, colours, numbers etc etc etc  I have a feeling I'd best make 5 pages before I let them loose on the little ones so they each have a page to play with  :-) :-)
As they say.......Watch this space.  :-)

Thanks for popping by and leaving such lovely comments.

Hugs,
Annie x

13 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It will not be the same without sharing your breakfast with us, but I understand how the little ones might take up so much of your time. It's been fun having you join each week, though.

I like the idea for these little books, or play prompts. I have seen them made using felt before, but never fabric. This should be fun to see.

Thanks again for joining T this week, and we hope if you have some free time, you'll be able to stop by again.

Pearly Queen said...

Oh No!!!!

...and I have only just started...

Penny
x

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Annie - I guessed Mr Potato Head - I didn't peek at the post label honest...lol...I hope you will still pop in now and again - I love visiting everyone... hope you have a great week - cheers Mxx

voodoo vixen said...

I will miss you, but can imagine that the twinnies can keep you super busy! Love the sound of the material book... I remember one made by a lady for whom I babysat many moons ago... she had made it for her kids and it had some great fun stuff in, big buttons with button holes, a big flat shoe with laces for learning how to tie your shoes, velcro flaps, and crinkly pages... think they had a plastic sheet inside.

Crafting Queen said...

What a great idea. Bet they will love it.

Spyder said...

fab idea! and your toast is making me hungry!! Happy T for Tuesday!
((Lyn))

Twiglet said...

I am sure the tinies will enjoy your clever handiwork!!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Your fabric book is sure to be a hit! Enjoy your time with the little ones.

Tracey said...

I love your fabric book idea and will certainly be back to check out what you have done.
Happy T for Tuesday.

Halle said...

Have fun with the kiddos! Maybe you can stop by from time to time when you have a spare moment for tea. :)
I'm thinking MR. Potato head or a spider.
Happy Tuesday!

Divers and Sundry said...

i know you'll be having great fun, and the little ones will surely enjoy your project. sounds like fun for all to me :)

Krisha said...

Fabulous idea for the kiddies. I've seen different types in the stores, but all look so cheaply made and cost a small fortune. Yours will be so special to the twinnies, they'll never forget it.

dawn said...

Hello there, will miss seeing your crafty projects. Hope you can join when you have a quiet moment. I too babysit and sleep good on those nights.
What a fun book for them to enjoy. Looks like Mr. Potato Head to me. Enjoy your little munchkins.