I’m so excited to be part of Creativity Week! It’s been so much fun to see all the creative projects. Thank you, Kim, for having me! I’m Polly from Helping Little Hands. I’m a stay-at-home mom, temporarily turned substitute teacher, and I like to do crafts in my spare time…especially if it’s something fun for my kids (ages 5, 2 1/2, and 11 months) and/or is inexpensive since the Hubby is finishing up school.
To make the traffic lines:
If you prefer to sew by hand, you could easily make the traffic lines with embroidery thread instead.
If you don’t like to sew at all…you could make the traffic lines with fabric or puffy paint.
You could use felt as the fabric if you don’t want to zigzag the edges.
If you want an even cleaner look for the edges, you could use a narrow hem instead of a zigzag stitch.
I’ve got a lot of fun tutorials at Helping Little Hands. We’re just finishing up our Felt Food Cook-Along with more than 25 tutorials for different felt foods.
In general though, I have a little bit of everything crafty. A few of my favorite fun tutorials are:
This fun fishing for numbers game that is helping my daughter learn to add.