DIY Embroidered Journal Mother’s Day Gift
Welcome to Day 2 of Mom Week! Today we’re crafting a special embroidered journal for mom with a fun product from Kid Made Modern. As you may know, I have been working with this awesome brand for the past year to create projects using their one-of-a-kind craft kits. Their Go Make Stuff blog is full of creative activities to keep your kids busy making this summer. I love this embroidered notebook kit – is a great way to introduce kids (or adults!) to embroidery. I’ll admit that I made this notebook for myself and can’t wait to use it!
The embroidered journal kit comes with a sturdy notebook with rainbow lined paper (so fun!), embroidery floss, needle, and an adhesive felt sheet to attach to the inside cover to conceal your messy stitches and knots. I found this project to be a very simple and therapeutic craft for a novice embroiderer like myself! I love that adults can enjoy this project as much as kids. For instance, my daughter Stella could easily do this at age 9. It is helpful to first sketch out your design on the notebook with a pencil before stitching over it.
If you’re not familiar with Kid Made Modern, you’ve got to check out their colorful kits. They include my most favorite craft supplies such as pom-poms and fuzzy sticks. Their Arts and Crafts Library is my favorite product, and a staple in my craft room. It makes the best gift for any craft lover, kid or adult!
Head to the Go Make Stuff blog for the step-by-step embroidered journal tutorial and full list of supplies. In addition be sure to check out these fuzzy stick flower pots and bejeweled garden rocks for other simple Mother’s Day gift ideas.
See you back here tomorrow for Day 3 of Mom Week!
This post is sponsored by Kid Made Modern.