So cute. Love the vegetable garden too
Thanks! Maybe this will get my GD to like veggies! LOL
What a Awesome set you have done!!!Gorgeous!!
Thanks for you kind comment!
So cute. She will be delighted with her new play toys. Hugs
Gosh, Debbie, looking at this closeup, the detail in all of the pieces is amazing. I love the Bunnies, reminds me of the Three Bears, now there's something you could make if there is something like that out there! Your dedication to finishing this for your grand-daughter is to be commended. Love Chris
Thanks, Chris! I really enjoy doing playsets like this and luckily, the children play with them long after they've received them. That makes it all worthwhile.
How sweet. This is quiet a different project. I am sure your granddaughter will enjoy testing it out. Looks like fun to me.
What a special and detailed play set. I can't imagine stitching through the foam. Do the designs need to created with that in mind when they are digitalized? A beautiful gift to be cherished by your Grand Daughter!
Nope, they are regular designs. I use the thinnest foam (2mm thick) found in the craft section of Hobby Lobby or JoAnn's. Not the "puffy foam" used with specially digitized embroidery foam designs.
I think craft foam was a good move. These are sew cute, lots of play time here!
I love craft foam! I use it instead of batting when I make ith coasters, too. I hope she enjoys playing with it - I had fun "planting" the garden, LOL!
How clever! Thanks
This is the cutest set ever!!! Great job and can be used year after year...I love the bib overalls on the one rabbit, so darned cute!!
Thanks, Vicki. Yep, those overalls are too cute. Mama rabbit's dress is made from a scrap I had leftover from making my Granddaghters dresses.
oh I love this set, it's great !!
Very cute set!
Thanks! I think so, too.
How sweet! I have never seen a design set like this for play. Of course, I have seen the dolls and clothing, like our paper dolls used to be. She will have hours of play with this. I enjoy just looking at them-lol-but I know she will have them working their garden. Good job!
Thanks, Toogie. I fell for their sweet faces and I sure hope she will, too. You can't see it in the picture, but there is a "soil plot" where you can "plant and harvest" the veggies (carrots, beets, strawberries, lettuce) and there are chairs that look like tree trunks.
Oh, how sweet!