Tuesday, March 6, 2012

cutie, Cute, Cute!!

lOVING... the new Robert Kaufman "Lorax" fabric!! I made up these cute little pouches to fill full of treats for my kids when we go see the movie. and yes, i do recognize that i have a fourteen year old... but, if he wants some sweeties... he'll just need to play along (insert evil laugh here!) hahaha...







i could just EAT this fabric! yum!!
X, Heather

15 comments:

  1. Your Lorax pouches are adorable!

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  2. They are really cute! We're going to see the movie Saturday at a theatre for a birthday party. I loved the movie when I was a kid!

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  3. How did I not know there was Lorax fabric?! Love those!

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  4. Love the earthy colorway of this fabric! I just ordered some solids to go with the panel that I have to make a couch quilt for my kiddos. The movie was awesome, by the way!

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  5. Adorable!! My 17 year old BOY wants me to go with him to see the movie! I am thrillled....but I won't make him a treat bag!!! Maybe I'll make ME one :)

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  6. Oh, wow!!! These are just amazing, so pretty, and adorable. You made me so want to cut into my Lorax fabric.

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  7. What a great idea! I just bought a panel of this to iron on to shirts for my kids. My son's shirt got the yellow I am the Lorax block and my daughter's shirt got the Unless block. I had no idea what to do with the rest. Thanks for the inspiration. :-)

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  8. How adorable. So sweet and makes me smile.

    Still need to see the movie and these will be on my mind.

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  9. Those are so cute!!!

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  10. So cute..I would love a treat bag for the movie! Fun!

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  11. These are so darn cute! I want one! :-)
    BTW, you need to peek at your GOODREAD messages! RUN and buy that E L James book!
    Whew!!!!!!! WHEW AGAIN!
    Ter'e

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