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7 hours ago

Makey Mamas

Have you seen those gorgeous wool booties with leather soles and soft furry lining? After this workshop you will be whipping them out!
This bootie making workshop is for absolute beginners- you will be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby. You can adapt the pattern for yourself as well- I have!

Suitable for pregnant women and mums.

You will receive:
Detailed information and pattern
Practical experience making the booties
All materials to make a pair
Crotchet hook
Time spent getting to know other mums and pregnant women

“Wonderful bootie workshop! Really clear instructions and teaching. The atmosphere was very relaxed and I felt able to ask when I needed help. Very good value for money. I've just finished my first booties and can't wait to put them on my baby when she's here! Feeling inspired, thank you Misty.” Samantha, pregnant

Cost £25
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.
Venue: Makey Mamas HQ, The Glades, Eastville, BS5 7EN

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk

Crochet Bootie Making- later in the dayNovember 4, 2017, 2:00pmMakey MamasHave you seen those gorgeous wool booties with leather soles and soft furry lining? After this workshop you will be whipping them out!
This bootie making workshop is for absolute beginners- you will be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby. You can adapt the pattern for yourself as well- I have!

Suitable for pregnant women and mums.

You will receive:
Detailed information and pattern
Practical experience making the booties
All materials to make a pair
Crotchet hook
Time spent getting to know other mums and pregnant women

“Wonderful bootie workshop! Really clear instructions and teaching. The atmosphere was very relaxed and I felt able to ask when I needed help. Very good value for money. I've just finished my first booties and can't wait to put them on my baby when she's here! Feeling inspired, thank you Misty.” Samantha, pregnant

Cost £25
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.
Venue: Makey Mamas HQ, The Glades, Eastville, BS5 7EN

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk
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Crochet Bootie Making- later in the day

1 day ago

Makey Mamas

This is my Mad Makey Scientist guise. I did proper chemistry and everything :)
Cinnamon and frankincense soap coming up for christmas presents...
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This is my Mad Makey Scientist guise. I did proper chemistry and everything :)
Cinnamon and frankincense soap coming up for christmas presents...

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I starting to think about soap-making in workshops addressing hand hygiene and antimicrobial resistance. Wld be nice to chat about soap making...

Amazing.would love to buy please ❤

You have a beautiful kitchen 🙂

Great PPE!

Looks amazing 🙂

5 days ago

Makey Mamas

Dear FB,
Here are some raspberries to put in your digital FACE! You try and get me to spend my hard earned money to advertise my occasional workshops by not sharing my posts with the Beauties that follow this page but this time I outsmarted you! (or so I like to think :) )The crochet bootie workshop filled in record time.
So now I'm going to run another on the same day, in the afternoon. What do you think of that FB?! Eh? Eh?
Best wishes to you and your digital heads (because I'm actually a nice person!)
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Dear FB, 
Here are some raspberries to put in your digital FACE! You try and get me to spend my hard earned money to advertise my occasional workshops by not sharing my posts with the Beauties that follow this page but this time I outsmarted you! (or so I like to think :) )The crochet bootie workshop filled in record time.
So now Im going to run another on the same day, in the afternoon. What do you think of that FB?! Eh? Eh? 
Best wishes to you and your digital heads (because Im actually a nice person!)

1 week ago

Makey Mamas

I <3 The Gentle Touch. They do lovely things and they do it so well. I wish that this pregnancy workshop had been running when I was growing my girls.

Pregnancy Nutrition Workshop - Eat Well And Feel GreatNovember 18, 2017, 10:00amThe Elephant HouseKnowing what to eat whilst pregnant can be overwhelming – Are you wondering what foods will give your growing baby the best start in life? Are you bored with being told what you can’t eat, and unsure what you CAN eat?

Do you need someone to guide you through pregnancy nutrition? Someone who can pinpoint what you actually need to know? Are you looking for pregnancy recipe ideas, and information on allergies and nutritional requirements in pregnancy?

Our two hour workshop covers:

Pregnancy nutritional requirements and what you can eat to meet these
The role of the gut microbiome during pregnancy
Common pregnancy ailments and how your diet can help
What to avoid whilst pregnant
Ideas for easy pregnancy snacks and recipes
If you are pregnant and you’re ready to find out learn about what foods nourish your body and your growing baby we can help you. Anna is our registered qualified Nutritional Therapist (BANT, CNHC) who can support your pregnancy health.

Tailored 1:1 Nutrition Consultations are also available; a discount will be given during the class to use against a future consultation.
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1 week ago

Makey Mamas

Spidery Conker fun!
Mini Creature and I made the cream one at a group whilst TC was at school but as soon as she came home and saw it she wanted to make one straight away, ".....in pink and orange, mama!"
Quite cute I thought!
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Spidery Conker fun!
Mini Creature and I made the cream one at a group whilst TC was at school but as soon as she came home and saw it she wanted to make one straight away, .....in pink and orange, mama!
Quite cute I thought!

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Cute❤I was just looking idea for celebrating beautiful Autumn I love Autumn! I am going to make pinecone little humans and want to make colour papers light leaves for Windows..i will try your spider web with my boys too! Thank you for your share .❤❤

Love these, just showed them to my children and we've got a weekend mini project on the go!

Nice. We made some acorns to go with ours. And a bat.

2 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

Learn a skill for life on this 6 week beginners photography course. Build your confidence to take great photos of your baby with weekly theory, practice and feedback.
We will look at:
Composition
Capturing your little one's best angles
Lighting- natural and artificial
Backgrounds
Locations
Clothing and props
Close up and 'selfies'
Editing apps available
Distraction techniques
Responding to your baby's mood and situation.

The course will be half theory and half practical, so bring your baby! Suitable for babies from newborn to crawling. The earlier you learn these skills the long they'll be with you. Please note the course cannot accommodate babies starting to cruise or walk. Get in touch if you want to discuss your circumstances to see if the course is right for you.

Sat Jan 20th - Sat 24th Feb 10-11.15am
£69
SAVE £3 per if you book with a friend, or have been on a previous workshop
Addtional supplement for additional parents/ carers

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk

Photos taken by mamas Kirsty, Rachel, Freya and Chloe on the Baby Photograpy workshop

Photograph your Baby – 6 weeks courseJanuary 20, 2018, 10:00amSt Werburghs Community CentreLearn a skill for life on this 6 week beginners photography course. Build your confidence to take great photos of your baby with weekly theory, practice and feedback.
We will look at:
Composition
Capturing your little one's best angles
Lighting- natural and artificial
Backgrounds
Locations
Clothing and props
Close up and 'selfies'
Editing apps available
Distraction techniques
Responding to your baby's mood and situation.

The course will be half theory and half practical, so bring your baby! Suitable for babies from newborn to crawling. The earlier you learn these skills the long they'll be with you. Please note the course cannot accommodate babies starting to cruise or walk. Get in touch if you want to discuss your circumstances to see if the course is right for you.

Sat Jan 20th - Sat 24th Feb 10-11.15am
£69
SAVE £3 per if you book with a friend, or have been on a previous workshop
Addtional supplement for additional parents/ carers

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk

Photos taken by mamas Kirsty, Rachel, Freya and Chloe on the Baby Photograpy workshop
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Photograph your Baby – 6 weeks course

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This course is brilliant!

This was great fun and I use what I learnt every time I take a photo.

My baby will be nearly one I assume that's too old 😞

2 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

Using only natural ingredients learn to make luxurious Lip Balms, Body Scrubs and Bath Oils for friends and family for christmas presents. You will take home 12 products - 6 lipbalms, 3 body scrubs and 3 bath oils. You can personalise each product with gorgeous scents to suit the person you are making it for.

Unlike other Makey Mamas workshops this one isn't specifically aimed at pregnant women and mums so anyone can come.

You will receive:
Practical experience making 3 different products
Handout with all recipes
All materials
12 self made products to take home

Workshop cost £26
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk
www.facebook.com/makeymamas

Makey Mamas runs creative workshops for mums of young babies and pregnant women across Bristol.

Making Christmas Presents: Skincare ProductsNovember 25, 2017, 10:00amMakey MamasUsing only natural ingredients learn to make luxurious Lip Balms, Body Scrubs and Bath Oils for friends and family for christmas presents. You will take home 12 products - 6 lipbalms, 3 body scrubs and 3 bath oils. You can personalise each product with gorgeous scents to suit the person you are making it for.

Unlike other Makey Mamas workshops this one isn't specifically aimed at pregnant women and mums so anyone can come.

You will receive:
Practical experience making 3 different products
Handout with all recipes
All materials
12 self made products to take home

Workshop cost £26
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk
www.facebook.com/makeymamas

Makey Mamas runs creative workshops for mums of young babies and pregnant women across Bristol.
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Making Christmas Presents: Skincare Products

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Kate Ball fancy going together? Xx

2 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

Have you seen those gorgeous wool booties with leather soles and soft furry lining? After this workshop you will be whipping them out!
This bootie making workshop is for absolute beginners- you will be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby. You can adapt the pattern for yourself as well- I have!

Suitable for pregnant women and mums.

You will receive:
Detailed information and pattern
Practical experience making the booties
All materials to make a pair
Crotchet hook
Time spent getting to know other mums and pregnant women

“Wonderful bootie workshop! Really clear instructions and teaching. The atmosphere was very relaxed and I felt able to ask when I needed help. Very good value for money. I've just finished my first booties and can't wait to put them on my baby when she's here! Feeling inspired, thank you Misty.” Samantha, pregnant

Cost £25
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.
Venue: Makey Mamas HQ, The Glades, Eastville, BS5 7EN

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk

Crochet Bootie MakingNovember 4, 2017, 10:00amMakey MamasHave you seen those gorgeous wool booties with leather soles and soft furry lining? After this workshop you will be whipping them out!
This bootie making workshop is for absolute beginners- you will be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby. You can adapt the pattern for yourself as well- I have!

Suitable for pregnant women and mums.

You will receive:
Detailed information and pattern
Practical experience making the booties
All materials to make a pair
Crotchet hook
Time spent getting to know other mums and pregnant women

“Wonderful bootie workshop! Really clear instructions and teaching. The atmosphere was very relaxed and I felt able to ask when I needed help. Very good value for money. I've just finished my first booties and can't wait to put them on my baby when she's here! Feeling inspired, thank you Misty.” Samantha, pregnant

Cost £25
SAVE £3 per workshop if you book with a friend, or book 2 or more workshops together.
Venue: Makey Mamas HQ, The Glades, Eastville, BS5 7EN

For more information and to book:
misty@makeymamas.co.uk
www.makeymamas.co.uk
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Crochet Bootie Making

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Are you coing Hannah Lee and Hollie Hovell?

Tiffiny Wollacott I'm not coming

3 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

Finally, finally, finally I have booked in some November workshop dates and I thought it about time I actually told you about them.
Two favs in time for Christmas (sorry to keep bringing up the C word) and both for absolute beginners, for pregnant women, parents and non-parents.
*Crochet Bootie making*
Be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby.

*Skincare Gift Packs*
You will take home 12 natural products - 6 lipbalms, 3 body scrubs and 3 bath oils. This is a completely different workshop to my Natural Product Making.

If I post more info FB wont let you see this post so comment below if you want to know more :)
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Finally, finally, finally I have booked in some November workshop dates and I thought it about time I actually told you about them.
Two favs in time for Christmas (sorry to keep bringing up the C word) and both for absolute beginners, for pregnant women, parents and non-parents.
*Crochet Bootie making*
Be fully guided through the process of how to make some lovely cosy footware for your baby. 

*Skincare Gift Packs*
You will take home 12 natural products - 6 lipbalms, 3 body scrubs and 3 bath oils.  This is a completely different workshop to my Natural Product Making.

If I post more info FB wont let you see this post so comment below if you want to know more :)

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Hiya! I'd love dates for the bootie making, I'm a complete crochet beginner, I can only do granny squares, so I'd love to learn something new! Thanks! 😘

Booty workshop details for me please x

Hi- can I have more info on both please! And can you bring a baby to the class?

Id like info on the bootie one but only if it can be adapted to fit children size feet please

Hey Misty, can you pm me some details on the skincare workshop please x

Please can I have date and price for skincare one?

Hi Misty, I'd be interested in the skincare workshop please.

Hi, I'm interested in crochet bootie making. Please could you send me details.

Hi Misty - I would love to have info for the skin care one please! X

Also interested in skincare - your lip balm is amazing!

I'd love to know more about the skincare one please x

Interested in the skincare giftpack workshop

Hi Misty, please could you send me dates for both? Thanks! Isobel x

I'd like info about the boogie making please Misty x

I've done both these workshops and highly recommend them 💜

I would love to know more about the crochet bootie making. Thanks x

Hi Misty! I’d love to know dates etc please 🙌🏼 x

Can you send me more info please?

Booties workshop dates please!xx

Big interest in bootie making xx

I'm interested in bootie making x

interested in bootie making x

Also skincare please x

Interested in both.

Just about to tag you Hannah Lee

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3 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

I know what you are thinking..... 'that's a cute card that Tiny Creature made!' Well I'm slightly embarrassed to say that this was my creation, TC was no where in site! Something about it tickled me pink :) ... See MoreSee Less

I know what you are thinking..... thats a cute card that Tiny Creature made! Well Im slightly embarrassed to say that this was my creation, TC was no where in site! Something about it tickled me pink :)

Comment on Facebook

The blue one is looking a bit shifty - definitely up to something!

4 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

It's that time of year again...
*Rosehip Infused oil recipe*
I've been making my yearly quota of Rosehip Oil. The most gorgeous luxurious facial oil chock full of vitamin C and my skin really needs it!

1 part fresh Rosehips
2 parts Carrier oil- I used grapeseed oil (coudl use sunflower or olive or others)

There are two methods of infusion; hot oil or cold oil infusion. This is the hot oil infusion method and takes less time but uses electricity or gas. Cold oil infusion only uses the sun but can take a few weeks to be ready. Generally I’ve found fresh flowers or herbs work better in a hot oil infusion and dried flowers or herbs work better in a cold oil infusion. I believe this is because the moisture in the fresh flowers can add bacteria into the cold oil and make the oil go bad. As the hot oil infusion happens so quickly this doesn’t happen.

Add your rosehips into an oven proof pan and add the oil. Put your oven on the lowest heat possible. I used 100 degrees although do it on 50 degrees if you can. Simmer for 4-8 hours. It’ll turn a gorgeous deep yellow colour. It has the most amazing smell and makes me feel all warm and cosy!

As soon as you can, strain the rosehip oil through a clean muslin and pour into sterilsed bottles.

If you want more info on how to pick rosehips, where to pick them and the uses for this oil then check out the 'resouces' page on my Makey Mamas website.
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Its that time of year again...
*Rosehip Infused oil recipe*
Ive been making my yearly quota of Rosehip Oil. The most gorgeous luxurious facial oil chock full of vitamin C and my skin really needs it!

1 part fresh Rosehips
2 parts Carrier oil- I used grapeseed oil (coudl use sunflower or olive or others)

There are two methods of infusion; hot oil or cold oil infusion. This is the hot oil infusion method and takes less time but uses electricity or gas. Cold oil infusion only uses the sun but can take a few weeks to be ready. Generally I’ve found fresh flowers or herbs work better in a hot oil infusion and dried flowers or herbs work better in a cold oil infusion. I believe this is because the moisture in the fresh flowers can add bacteria into the cold oil and make the oil go bad. As the hot oil infusion happens so quickly this doesn’t happen.

Add your rosehips into an oven proof pan and add the oil. Put your oven on the lowest heat possible. I used 100 degrees although do it on 50 degrees if you can. Simmer for 4-8 hours. It’ll turn a gorgeous deep yellow colour. It has the most amazing smell and makes me feel all warm and cosy!

As soon as you can, strain the rosehip oil through a clean muslin and pour into sterilsed bottles.

If you want more info on how to pick rosehips, where to pick them and the uses for this oil then check out the resouces page on my Makey Mamas website.

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Damn it! I walked past so many rosehips today! How many hips would constitute 1 part if you were to use say 100ml of oil?

4 weeks ago

Makey Mamas

Don't be impressed.... we haven't made this YET but I talked to Man beast and I think this might be our xmas pressie to TC and MC! Yes I have started thinking about pressei making already!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Dont be impressed.... we havent made this YET but I talked to Man beast and I think this might be our xmas pressie to TC and MC! Yes I have started thinking about pressei making already!!!

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Ooh! I was thinking of painting one like a toadstool and using as a kids table in the garden

I love things made with these! Awesome!

Bethany Newbery to go with your track in the garden x

Awesome! I have some at work; will get the caretaker to make some for our pupils!

Amazing idea!! xxx

Peter Anderson

Michelle Laura Jamieson

James Hazell

Stewart Booth

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1 month ago

Makey Mamas

I haven't spoken much about my bees this summer. Ive basically turned more into a Bee Hotelier than a Bee keeper and pretty much leave them to it which is what I'd prefer anyway. However today some late summer beekeeping took place and I had a helper.... this is Man Beast who had to fashion a Beekeeping suit out of a bike helmet, a load of purple mesh and a scarf! It did the trick- he did't get stung or anything :) ... See MoreSee Less

I havent spoken much about my bees this summer. Ive basically turned more into a Bee Hotelier than a Bee keeper and pretty much leave them to it which is what Id prefer anyway. However today some late summer beekeeping took place and I had a helper.... this is Man Beast who had to fashion a Beekeeping suit out of a bike helmet, a load of purple mesh and a scarf! It did the trick- he didt get stung or anything :)

Comment on Facebook

Looks like the mad dancer you get with Morris Men! And I mean that as compliment!!

Good look ;)

1 month ago

Makey Mamas

This 'slipper' has been staring at me for a week now but it still remains unsewn! Quite frankly, I'm a makey scaredy cat as there is a very high chance it'll go wrong/ not fit/ slip off.

Basically I've made up a 'pattern' by pinning some cheap felt around TC's foot, the idea being that once I had a template I was happy with I could trace it into the lovely thick green felt and sew them altogether.

This is a big down fall of mine. I kind of like to know it (whatever I'm making)will work. Someone once told me to enjoy the process but I like the feeling of being done and making something I'm proud of.

Part of me wants to give up... part of me wants to carry on.... I might just look at them for another week!
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This slipper has been staring at me for a week now but it still remains unsewn! Quite frankly, Im a makey scaredy cat as there is a very high chance itll go wrong/ not fit/ slip off. 

Basically Ive made up a pattern by pinning some cheap felt around TCs foot, the idea being that once I had a template I was happy with I could trace it into the lovely thick green felt and sew them altogether. 

This is a big down fall of mine. I kind of like to know it (whatever Im making)will work. Someone once told me to enjoy the process but I like the feeling of being done and making something Im proud of. 

Part of me wants to give up... part of me wants to carry on.... I might just look at them for another  week!

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The skill is in tweaking something that didn't quite turn out right, adding tucks, bits of elastic, buttons, whatever, until it fullfils its function i find

I have a pair of rather gorgeous green felted slippers that may be a good size for TC if you want them? Should have remembered sooner and I could have shown you ...

Love your pins!

I'm exactly the same! I'm not one for trial and error. I want whatever I'm making to be perfect first time round!

Wouldn't it be lovely if some little elves came overnight and sewed it with tiny perfect stitches! X

If it fits TC now it will when it's sewn. Give it a go or you'll never know. Xx

Do it Do it Do it :) If it doesn't work you've learnt how to do it differently next time or adapt what you've got. Be brave, go for it! They look fab :)

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1 month ago

Makey Mamas

I had my first night away from 16m Mini Creature this weekend and I went Bushcraft training in a wet and wild forest. There was one new skill in particular that I just had to share...
'Breakfast in a bag'
Get a paper bag, spray a thickish layer of oil on the bottom.
Spread a layer of parboiled sliced potato. Add sliced Halloumi if you are veggie or bacon if you want meat. Add layers of Sliced mushrooms and tomato. Create a 'well' on top and break in an egg!
Cook over a smouldering camp fire until egg etc is done.
Oh yes indeed!
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I had my first night away from 16m Mini Creature this weekend and I went Bushcraft training in a wet and wild forest. There was one new skill in particular that I just had to share...
Breakfast in a bag
Get a paper bag, spray a thickish layer of oil on the bottom.
Spread a layer of parboiled sliced potato. Add sliced Halloumi if you are veggie or bacon if you want meat. Add layers of Sliced mushrooms and tomato. Create a well on top and break in an egg! 
Cook over a smouldering camp fire until egg etc is done.
Oh yes indeed!

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Looks delicious! Did you get a good nights sleep? Xx

Sounds tasty bring it on lol pt

Sounds delish!!

Love it!

1 month ago

Makey Mamas

Now this is a school ritual we are all familiar with I'm sure.....name tags! Yuk!
We cursed our way through it!
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Now this is a school ritual we are all familiar with Im sure.....name tags! Yuk! 
We cursed our way through it!

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Stamptastic next year?! X

Fabric pens all the way.

Just bought one - love it!

I confess I like sewing in name tapes. I'm not offering to do everyone else's though!

Iron ons 😝

I love my stamps. They go on everything and the kids like to do it themselves!! :) x

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1 month ago

Makey Mamas

So......I wanted to get Tiny Creature used to the idea of going to school. She wont be wearing a uniform so there isn't the usual ritual of buying school clothes. Instead we decided to embark upon the journey of making her a school kit bag to live on her peg.
I struggled to figure out how she could help but once we started making it became clear that she could trace all the letters and shapes and roughly (and I mean roughly!) cut them out. I tidied it up (when she wasn't looking!) and together we stuck it all down. Gluing was her favourite part., obvs! I sewed it on for extra sturdiness as well. Next up, is slipper making! Ha!
I can't believe my little caterpillar will soon be on her way!
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So......I wanted to get Tiny Creature used to the idea of going to school. She wont be wearing a uniform so there isnt the usual ritual of buying school clothes. Instead we decided to embark upon the journey of making her a school kit bag to live on her peg.
I struggled to figure out how she could help but once we started making it became clear that she could trace all the letters and shapes and roughly (and I mean roughly!) cut them out. I tidied it up (when she wasnt looking!) and together we stuck it all down. Gluing was her favourite part., obvs! I sewed it on for extra sturdiness as well. Next up, is slipper making! Ha!
I cant believe my little caterpillar will soon be on her way!

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My goodness! That's a lovely little sack. ❤️

That's awesome 😍

Gorgeous! X

That's so lovely to see. I was wondering if you do crochet bootie kits? The booties I made were very lopsided (one fits and one is too small) thinking about having another go...

2 months ago

Makey Mamas

Makey parents, I'm so thrilled to be able to share this print making course with you run by CATO Press. It's designed specifically for parents, essentially it's a 6 week course that you team up to do with another parent. You each do alternating weeks and take it in turn to look after each others child. Revolutionary!
Love this AND love printmaking! Have you tried it before?
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Makey parents, Im so thrilled to be able to share this print making course with you run by CATO Press. Its designed specifically for parents, essentially its a 6 week course that you team up to do with another parent. You each do alternating weeks and take it in turn to look after each others child. Revolutionary!
Love this AND love printmaking! Have you tried it before?

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Hi Misty I saw this ages ago and contacted few times but I missed timing fir starting.has this already happning and is there any chance me to join? Xx I m mum of qetarie xxx

What a fab idea, wish I didn't work Mondays. Do they do evening classes

2 months ago

Makey Mamas

Roll up, roll up Grandmothers...
A few months ago I helped to run some lovely makey workshops just for Grannies and their grandchildren making plaster casts. I'm very happy to say that we will be doing it again for FREE.

Open to all Grandmothers and their grandchildren (Ages 4+) to have fun, spend time together, eat cake and make a plaster cast.
Places must me booked by PM'ing me or emailing misty@makeymamas.co.uk
Monday 18th September 4-5.30pm
Knowle West Childrens Centre

If you enjoy this first workshop there is an opportunity (although definitely not obligatory) to be part of a set of 4 further creative workshops supporting the unique relationship between grandmothers and their grandchildren. Over tea and cake you will get to share memories and stories with your grandchild. You can then work together to make a collage, family tree, patchwork or handmade book bringing your memories to life. You will be guided through this process- no creative experience necessary.
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Roll up, roll up Grandmothers...
A few months ago I helped to run some lovely makey workshops just for Grannies and their grandchildren making plaster casts. Im very happy to say that we will be doing it again for FREE.

Open to all Grandmothers and their grandchildren (Ages 4+) to have fun, spend time together, eat cake and make a plaster cast.
Places must me booked by PMing me or emailing misty@makeymamas.co.uk
Monday 18th September 4-5.30pm
Knowle West Childrens Centre

If you enjoy this first workshop there is an opportunity (although definitely not obligatory) to be part of a set of 4 further creative workshops supporting the unique relationship between grandmothers and their grandchildren. Over tea and cake you will get to share memories and stories with your grandchild. You can then work together to make a collage, family tree, patchwork or handmade book bringing your memories to life. You will be guided through this process- no creative experience necessary.

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Great idea wish I lived closer could you do this in plymouth please

Ann Hoskins

Cara Jayne

Sandra Trickey Kelly Puddy

Liz Richardson