NEW UPDATE: The file is no longer available from Laurie’s blog. You can do a google image search to find the file, or you can try downloading from any of these locations HERE, or an alternate but similar version HERE. THANKS!
EDIT: I’ve received a lot of inquiries on how to print the file. I cannot really tell you how to line it up or size it, as I just adjusted it & played around with it. I used Microsoft Powerpoint to do this, you could also use MS Word or any other word processing software. I hope that helps!
I am SO excited to share this one with you!
I was cruising one of my favorite sites (www.splitcoaststampers.com) the other day (of course!) and we were all sharing some craft fair ideas. Someone was kind enough to link to Laurie Furnell’s Blog – where she shared the cutest snowman candy bar wrappers. These are digital art files that you can print out right from the computer – and the best part is that Laurie is offering them for FREE! How generous!
I knew I had to try these when I saw them. I saw some really cute ideas & was determined to figure out how to make those little fleece hats. So here is my attempt:
I grabbed the fleece from my local Joann Fabric store. TIP: check the “remnants bin” – where they have small remnants from larger bolts of fabric. You won’t need a ton of fabric to make these, so using remnants is a great way to make this project super cheap. I was lucky to get all of that red fleece from the remnants pile
Here is another view – I just have a regular ol’ Hershey Bar in there. I plan on selling these at my Craft Fair – I hope they are a crowd pleaser!
On to the video where I hope I explain how to make these fleece hats pretty easily. Click HERE to watch it on YouTube. Thanks!