French Country Pin Cushions

8:25:00 AM


I'm in love with all things French Country
and today I'm going to make some little
French pin cushions...


...especially too because
 I can't wait to use the StazOn Ink pad again...



 and use these adorable French stamp stampers...



I started with paint cloth and some left over fabric 
scraps for the backing...


I stamped a few stamps on the front piece
and one on the back piece of the fabric too...
I also stamped the cutest little tag that I sewed into the seam...



 I put the right sides together and sewed around 3 1/2 sides...
I left 1/2 of the last side open to stuff with batting...




Then I hand sewed the last seam closed...
(I used a couple of different backing fabrics)


The tag is almost the cutest part...




Then I made a bunch more because they are so
flippin' adorable and I want to sell 
them on my shop...



I even sent one to my friend Heather during the 
Craftaholic's Craft Exchange...
Love them!
(Sorry if I said "cute" and "adorable" too many times but they are!)
Re-posted from my visit to:
Susan


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21 comments

  1. They ARE "cute and adorable"! Love the little tag :) Laurel

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  2. I loooove the tag! I've been thinking of ordering my own tags, but I should just make and STAMP them! Brilliant! Do you know anywhere that makes good, inexpensive custom stamps?

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  3. Cute and adorable they are, Susan! Love them and I love the little tag you made up, too. I'm sure they will be flying out of your shop!

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  4. They are 'CUTE and ADORABLE". I'm Loving these little pillows! Loving the tag too! Awesome idea!

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  6. Susan, this is my umpteen time of trying to get a post correctly posted. I love your little pillows. The added tag gives them so much orginiality.Love them. I am also having fun with my stamp pad. Thanks again for the post introducing us to the product. Have a great day

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  7. They are so cute and adorable. (Great adjectives to describe them.) Love it.

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  8. These are as cute as can be! And I love the tags!
    Brenda

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  9. HI!
    can you please tell me what that fabric is your using? It looks like burlap, but everytime I look to buy burlap it sheds horribly and isn't soft like that!
    Thanks!
    jaxnjess@gmail.com

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  10. I love the tag!!! This is a great idea.

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  11. Very cute! I haven't seen that ink pad before either.
    Enjoy this rainy Sunday!

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  12. Cute and adorable don't even do these justice! Love these!

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  13. Love these! What a wonderful idea!

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  14. I love these! I have to get these stamps! I can think of 20 things I would like to stamp now! Haha

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  15. They are very cute and extremely adorable. I hope you sell tons of them!

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  16. TOP vraiment très joli - je suis française et j'aime beaucoup vos jolis pochons avec les pochoirs - les tampons sont très beaux - venez voir sur mon blog j'ai fait des transferts aussi
    ça devrait vous plaire - bonne journée
    Miss des Breunières

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  17. This post made me smile. Thanks for inspiring me and many others to even attempt this feat. Really appreciate that you linked up at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop.

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  18. Love those!! Anything French and I'm sold.

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